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Zebrafish Tg(huC:GVP) Optogenetic control of endogenous Ca(2+) channels in vivo.
Zebrafish Tg(huC:GVP) A spinal opsin controls early neural activity and drives a behavioral light response.
Zebrafish Tg(gsx1:Cre) , Tg(vglut2a:loxP-DsRed-loxP-GFP) , Tg(vglut2a:|R|-Gal4) , Tg(gad1b:|R|-GFP) , Tg(glyt2:|R|-Gal4) , Tg(huC:GVP) Presynaptic Inhibition Selectively Gates Auditory Transmission to the Brainstem Startle Circuit.
Zebrafish Tg(huC:GVP) Glycine Promotes the Survival of a Subpopulation of Neural Stem Cells.
Zebrafish Tg(huC:GVP) , Tg(vglut2a:loxP-DsRed-loxP-GFP) , Tg(CM-isl1:GFP) , Tg(gad1b:|R|-GFP) Morphometric analysis and neuroanatomical mapping of the zebrafish brain.
Zebrafish Tg(huC:GVP) Optical interrogation of neuronal circuitry in zebrafish using genetically encoded voltage indicators.
Zebrafish Tg(huC:GVP) A robotic multidimensional directed evolution approach applied to fluorescent voltage reporters.
Zebrafish Tg(huC:GVP) A genetically encoded Ca2+ indicator based on circularly permutated sea anemone red fluorescent protein eqFP578.
Zebrafish Tg(huC:GVP) Feeding State Modulates Behavioral Choice and Processing of Prey Stimuli in the Zebrafish Tectum.
Zebrafish Tg(huC:GVP) Three-dimensional spatiotemporal focusing of holographic patterns.
Zebrafish Tg(huC:GVP) Green fluorescent genetically encoded calcium indicator based on calmodulin/M13-peptide from fungi.
Zebrafish Tg(huC:GVP) , Tg(gad1b:GFP) , Tg(vglut2a:loxP-DsRed-loxP-GFP) , Tg(EF1α:mAG-zGem(1/100)) Functional Interactions between Newborn and Mature Neurons Leading to Integration into Established Neuronal Circuits.
Zebrafish Tg(huC:GVP) Granule cells control recovery from classical conditioned fear responses in the zebrafish cerebellum.
Zebrafish Tg(huC:GVP) , Tg(chx10:Gal4) Axially-confined in vivo single-cell labeling by primed conversion using blue and red lasers with conventional confocal microscopes.