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Quasi-simultaneous multiplane calcium imaging of neuronal circuits

Journal article

Chong EZ. et al, (2019), Biomedical Optics Express, 10, 267 - 267

Porphyrin Dyes for Nonlinear Optical Imaging of Live Cells

Journal article

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Fast multiplane functional imaging combining acousto-optic switching and remote focusing

Conference paper

Chong EZ. et al, (2017), Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging - Proceedings of SPIE, 10070

Optogenetic mapping of neuronal connections and their plasticity


Kohl MM. and Kätzel D., (2017), Optogenetics: From Neuronal Function to Mapping and Disease Biology, 224 - 238

Optogenetic methods to study lateralized synaptic function


El-Gaby M. et al, (2017), Neuromethods, 122, 331 - 365

Left-right dissociation of hippocampal memory processes in mice.

Journal article

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Caged intracellular NMDA receptor blockers for the study of subcellular ion channel function

Journal article

Reeve JE. et al, (2012), Communicative and Integrative Biology, 5, 240 - 242

Aberration-free three-dimensional multiphoton imaging of neuronal activity at kHz rates.

Journal article

Botcherby EJ. et al, (2012), Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 109, 2919 - 2924

Hemisphere-specific optogenetic stimulation reveals left-right asymmetry of hippocampal plasticity.

Journal article

Kohl MM. et al, (2011), Nat Neurosci, 14, 1413 - 1415

The Roles of GABAB Receptors in Cortical Network Activity


Kohl MM. and Paulsen O., (2010), GABAB Receptor Pharmacology – A Tribute to Norman Bowery, 58, 205 - 229

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