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jRGECO1 - Improved Red Protein Indicators for In Vivo Calcium Imaging
Optical imaging of calcium dynamics using genetically encoded calcium indicators (GECIs) is a powerful tool for systems neuroscience. The current state-of-the-art GECIs emit green...
Kilohertz frame-rate tomographic 2-photon microscope
A two-photon microscope that records megapixel fields of view at >1 kHz frame rates, by scanning lines of excitation across the field of view at multiple angles. Two-photon imaging is...
Kv4.2 Potassium Voltage-Gated Ion Channel Electron Microscopy Data
Publication 2004: Three-dimensional structure of I(to): Kv4.2-KChIP2 ion channels by electron microscopy at 21 Angstrom resolution Abstract Regulatory KChIP2 subunits assemble with...
L-Type Ca Ion Channel
Publication Sep 2003: Visualization of the domain structure of an L-type Ca2+ channel using electron cryo-microscopy. Abstract The three-dimensional structure of the skeletal muscle...
Large Spherical Treadmill for Rodents
Recent advances in the use of the awake, head-fixed preparation for small rodents (e.g., rats and mice) have led to an array of new interactive tools for studying brain and behavior. Here we...
Lattice Light Deconvolution Software - cudaDeconv
Software Description This open-source executable code is for post-acquisition deconvolution of data produced by the lattice light sheet microscope developed by Eric Betzig's group at HHMI'...
Lattice Light Microscopy
The Lattice Light involves use of a Bessel beam to illuminate a sample with light sheets that are sufficiently thin to achieve isotropic 3D resolution high-speed 3D fluorescent imaging. The...
Low-Friction Rodent-Driven Belt Treadmill
The treadmill relatively small and inexpensive compared to most existing designs. It is manually driven with a single sensor to track the movement of the belt. Some of the users make use of this...
mEos2 & mEos4
A new photo-convertible fluorescent protein for use in fluorescence microscopy, mEos4, has been developed by researchers at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Janelia Farm Research Campus...
An important challenge in neuroscience is mapping the synaptic connectivity of neuronal networks in mammalian brains. The presence and statistical characteristics of actual synaptic...