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In vivo Ca2+ imaging of dorsal horn neuronal populations in mouse spinal cord

The Journal of Physiology

Jul 28, 2010

Helge C Johannssen, Fritjof Helmchen

Abstract

Two-photon Ca(2+) imaging allows functional studies of neuronal populations in the intact brain, but its application to the spinal cord in vivo has been limited. Here we present experimental procedures to label superficial dorsal horn populations with Ca(2+) indicator and to stabilize t...read more

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Structure of Posterior Gray Horn of Spinal Cord
Calcium
Malignant Neoplasm of Spinal Cord
Plant fiber
Neoplasm of Uncertain or Unknown Behavior of Spinal Cord
Neuronal
Voltage-Clamp Techniques
Potentials, Event-Related
Fiber
Spinal Cord Diseases
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In vivo Ca2+ imaging of dorsal horn neuronal populations in mouse spinal cord

The Journal of Physiology

Jul 28, 2010

Helge C Johannssen, Fritjof Helmchen

PMID: 20660563

DOI: 10.1113/jphysiol.2010.191833

Abstract

Two-photon Ca(2+) imaging allows functional studies of neuronal populations in the intact brain, but its application to the spinal cord in vivo has been limited. Here we present experimental procedures to label superficial dorsal horn populations with Ca(2+) indicator and to stabilize t...read more

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Structure of Posterior Gray Horn of Spinal Cord
Calcium
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