Expression and testing in plants of ArcLight, a genetically–encoded voltage indicator used in neuroscience research

@inproceedings{Matzke2015ExpressionAT,
  title={Expression and testing in plants of ArcLight, a genetically–encoded voltage indicator used in neuroscience research},
  author={Antonius J. M. Matzke and Marjori Matzke},
  booktitle={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2015}
}
BackgroundIt is increasingly appreciated that electrical controls acting at the cellular and supra-cellular levels influence development and initiate rapid responses to environmental cues. An emerging method for non-invasive optical imaging of electrical activity at cell membranes uses genetically-encoded voltage indicators (GEVIs). Developed by neuroscientists to chart neuronal circuits in animals, GEVIs comprise a fluorescent protein that is fused to a voltage-sensing domain. One well-known… CONTINUE READING
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