Live Cell Imaging: Brain

Live cell imaging of the brain allows for the study of neuron and glial cell interactions and functions in vivo. To stay up to date on progress in this field follow this feed.

January 12, 2020

Collective cell migration of Dictyostelium without cAMP oscillations at multicellular stages

Communications Biology
Hidenori HashimuraMasahiro Ueda
December 13, 2019
Open Access

A waveguide imaging platform for live-cell TIRF imaging of neurons over large fields of view

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Ida S. OpstadClemens F. Kaminski
January 27, 2020

Blue light-triggered photochemistry and cytotoxicity of retinal

Cellular Signalling
Kasun RatnayakeAjith Karunarathne
April 7, 2020
Open Access

Development of encoded Broccoli RNA aptamers for live cell imaging of alphavirus genomic and subgenomic RNAs

Scientific Reports
Voraphoj NilaratanakulDiane E Griffin
March 2, 2020
Open Access

Pannexin 1 regulates spiny protrusion dynamics in cortical neurons

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Juan C. Sanchez-AriasLeigh A. Swayne
February 2, 2020

Investigating learning-related neural circuitry with chronic in vivo optical imaging

Brain Structure & Function
Christian R LeeDavid J Margolis
April 14, 2020
Open Access

Impaired Mitochondrial-Endoplasmic Reticulum Interaction and Mitophagy in Miro1-Mutant Neurons in Parkinson's Disease

Human Molecular Genetics
Clara Berenguer-EscuderRejko Krüger
November 28, 2019
Open Access

Physiological strength electric fields modulate human T cell activation and polarisation

Scientific Reports
Christina E ArnoldHeather M Wilson
June 15, 2020

Neural-specific distribution of transmembrane protein TMEM240 and formation of TMEM240-Body

International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
Qiongqiong HuJinghua Wang
February 28, 2020
Open Access

Identifying conserved molecular targets required for cell migration of glioblastoma cancer stem cells

Cell Death & Disease
Josephine VolovetzJustin D Lathia

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