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Congratulation to I-Wen Chen and al. for their lastest publication!

Towards circuit optogenetics
Optogenetics neuronal targeting combined with single-photon wide-field illumination has already proved its enormous potential in neuroscience, enabling the optical (...)

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Research-Engineer Position

Advanced optical methods for multi-scale optical probing and manipulation
of visual circuits

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Contrôle optique de neurones uniques avec de la lumière sculptée et des opsines somatiques

"Les équipes de Valentina Emiliani au Laboratoire de neurophotonique et de Ed Boyden au MIT à Boston (USA), ont élaboré une nouvelle approche qui permet le contrôle spatial et temporel de l’activation (...)

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Next-generation optogenetic molecules control single neurons

"Focused laser beam could help scientists map connections among neurons that underlie behavior." Extracted from MIT NewsMIT researchers have devised a way to control single neurons using (...)

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Congratulation to Valeria Zampini et Dimitrii Tanese for their last publication in Nature Neuroscience !

Temporally precise single-cell-resolution optogenetics Optogenetic control of individual neurons with high tempo-ral precision within intact mammalian brain circuitry would enable powerful (...)

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Training course : Optical control of brain functioning with optogenetics and wave front shaping

[ OBJECTIVES
Be able to chose the most suitable combination of actuator, illumination methods and targeting strategy for each specific application
Learn the skills and technologies required (...)

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Congratulation to Ronzitti and al. for their last publication in Journal of neuroscience!

Submillisecond Optogenetic Control of Neuronal Firing with Two-Photon Holographic Photoactivation of Chronos.
Abstract: Optogenetic neuronal network manipulation promises to unravel a (...)

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$21.6 million funding from DARPA to build window into the brain

"The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded UC Berkeley $21.6 million over four years to create a window into the brain through which researchers — and eventually physicians — can (...)

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La protéine SNAT7, un élément clé du régime flexitarien des cellules cancéreuses avides en glutamine

"Le métabolisme des cellules cancéreuses diffère fortement de celui des cellules saines. En particulier, les premières consomment avidement un acide aminé, la glutamine. Pour assouvir ce besoin, (...)

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Congratulation to Emmanuelle Chaigneau and al. for their lastest publication!

Two-Photon Holographic Stimulation of ReaChR
Optogenetics provides a unique approach to remotely manipulate brain activity with light. Reaching the degree of spatiotemporal control necessary to (...)

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