Reconstruction of Ca 2+ Dynamics from Low Frame Rate Ca 2+ Imaging Data Cs229 Final Project. Submitted By: Limor Bursztyn

@inproceedings{Bursztyn2008ReconstructionOC,
  title={Reconstruction of Ca 2+ Dynamics from Low Frame Rate Ca 2+ Imaging Data Cs229 Final Project. Submitted By: Limor Bursztyn},
  author={Limor Bursztyn},
  year={2008}
}
Introduction Active neurons communicate by action potential firing (spikes), accompanied by transient increases in the intracellular Ca 2+ concentration ([Ca 2+ ]i). Fluorescent proteins that bind to Ca 2+ allow to observe dynamic changes in [Ca 2+ ]i in vivo via fluorescent microscopy techniques, such as two-photon laser scanning microscopy (TPLSM). TPLSM… CONTINUE READING