A simple and fast method to image calcium activity of neurons from intact dorsal root ganglia using fluorescent chemical Ca2+ indicators


Chemical calcium indicators have been commonly used to monitor calcium (Ca2+) activity in cell bodies, i.e., somata, of isolated dorsal root ganglion neurons. Recent studies have shown that dorsal root ganglion somata play an essential role in soma-glia interactions and actively participate in the transmission of nociceptive signals. It is therefore… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1744806917748051


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