Our paper with the Razansky lab in Nature Biomedical Engineering shows noninvasive, functional volumetric optoacoustic imaging of calcium and hemodynamic activity in mice.
A recent article with the Campbell lab in Nature Methods reported a near-infrared (NIR) genetically encoded calcium ion indicator (GECI). This will aid in many applications where NIR light is favored or where separation of signals from multiple indicators is desired.
Articles details Plaksin M., Shapira E., Kimmel E. & Shoham S., (in press). Thermal transients excite neurons through universal intramembrane mechano-electrical effects, Phys. Rev. X. Plaksin M., Kimmel E. & Shoham S.,Correspondence: Revisiting the theoretical cell membrane thermal capacitance response, Nature Communications, 8(1), 1431 (2017). doi: 10.1038/s41467-017-00435-5. Correspondence reply. Original article: Shapiro M. G., HommaContinue reading “Publications on thermal excitation”