Light-evoked hyperpolarization and silencing of neurons by conjugated polymers.

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The ability to control and modulate the action potential firing in neurons represents a powerful tool for neuroscience research and clinical applications. While neuronal excitation has been achieved with many tools, including electrical and optical stimulation, hyperpolarization and neuronal inhibition are typically obtained through patch-clamp or… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/srep22718

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@article{Feyen2016LightevokedHA, title={Light-evoked hyperpolarization and silencing of neurons by conjugated polymers.}, author={Paul Feyen and Elisabetta Marta Colombo and Duco Endeman and Mattia Nova and Lucia Laudato and Nicola Antonio Martino and Maria Rosa Antognazza and Guglielmo Lanzani and Fabio Benfenati and Diego Ghezzi}, journal={Scientific reports}, year={2016}, volume={6}, pages={22718} }