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Membrane Potential Imaging in the Nervous System By Marco Canepari

Membrane Potential Imaging in the Nervous System by Marco Canepari

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This volume covers the measurement of membrane potential signals from dendrites and axons of individual neurons, measurements of the activity of many neurons with single cell resolution, monitoring of population signals from the nervous system.

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Membrane Potential Imaging in the Nervous System: Methods and Applications by Marco Canepari

The book is structured in five sections, each containing several chapters written by experts and major contributors to particular topics. The volume starts with a historical perspective and fundamental principles of membrane potential imaging and continues to cover the measurement of membrane potential signals from dendrites and axons of individual neurons, measurements of the activity of many neurons with single cell resolution, monitoring of population signals from the nervous system, and concludes with the overview of new approaches to voltage-imaging. The book is targeted at all scientists interested in this mature but also rapidly expanding imaging approach.

Membrane Potential Imaging in the Nervous System Reviews

This is an excellent 'how to' and methods approach to single, multiple, and populational photon imaging using various dyes optically in what is now recognized as a cutting edge technique. ... This is a very technical book for intermediate to advanced neuroscientists and would be useful for both the office and laboratory. ... I highly recommend this book for all interested audiences. (Joseph J. Grenier, Amazon.com, April, 2015)

About Marco Canepari

Dejan Zecevic (b. Belgrade 1948) is a Research Scientist at the Department of Cellular and Molecular Physiology, Yale University School of Medicine. He received the PhD in Biophysics from The University of Belgrade, Serbia and was trained in the laboratory of Dr Lawrence Cohen who initiated the field of voltage-sensitive dye recording. Dejan is the pioneer of intracellular voltage-sensitive dye imaging technique, a unique and a cutting edge technology for monitoring the membrane potential fluctuation in dendritic spines and fine branches. Marco (b. Milan 1970) is first class INSERM researcher (CR1) working at the Grenoble Institute of Neuroscience. He graduated in physics at the University of Genoa and received his PhD in biophysics from the International School for Advanced Studies in Trieste. He worked at the National Institute for Medical Research in London, at Yale University and at the University of Basel. Marco is expert on several optical techniques applied to neurophysiology. Marco and Dejan collaborated for a number of years using voltage-imaging and calcium imaging approaches to study mechanisms underlying synaptic plasticity.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Historical overview and general methods of membrane potential imaging Lawrence B Cohen Chapter 2: Design and use of organic voltage sensitive dyes Leslie M Loew Chapter 3: Imaging submillisecond membrane potential changes from individual regions of single axons, dendrites and spines Marco Canepari, Marko Popovic, Kaspar Vogt, Knut Holthoff, Arthur Konnerth, Brian M Salzberg, Amiram Grinvald, Srdjan D Antic and Dejan Zecevic Chapter 4: Combined voltage and calcium imaging and signal calibration Marco Canepari, Peter Saggau and Dejan Zecevic Chapter 5: Use of fast-responding voltage-sensitive dyes for large-scale recording of neuronal spiking activity with single-cell resolution William N Frost, Jean Wang, Christopher J Brandon, Caroline Moore-Kochlacs, Terrence J Sejnowski and Evan S Hill Chapter 6: Monitoring integrated activity of individual neurons using FRET-based voltage-sensitive dyes Kevin L Briggman, William B Kristan, Jesus E Gonzalez, David Kleinfeld and Roger Y Tsien Chapter 7: Monitoring population membrane potential signals from neocortex Xiaoying Huang, Weifeng Xu, Kentaroh Takagaki and Jian-young Wu Chapter 8: Monitoring population membrane potential signals during functional development of neuronal circuits in vertebrate embryos Yoko Momose-Sato, Katsushige Sato and Kohtaro Kamino Chapter 9: Imaging the dynamics of mammalian neocortical population activity in-vivo Amiram Grinvald, David Omer, Shmuel Naaman and Dahlia Sharon Chapter 10: Imaging the dynamics of neocortical population activity in behaving and freely moving mammals Amiram Grinvald and Carl CH Petersen Chapter 11: Monitoring membrane voltage using two-photon excitation of fluorescent voltage-sensitive dyes Jonathan AN Fisher and Brian M Salzberg Chapter 12: Random-access multiphoton microscopy for fast three-dimensional Imaging Gaddum Duemani Reddy and Peter Saggau Chapter 13: Second harmonic imaging of membrane potential Leslie M. Loew and Aaron Lewis Chapter 14: Genetically encoded protein sensors of membrane potential Lei Jin, Hiroki Mutoh, Thomas Knopfel, Lawrence B Cohen, Thom Hughes, Vincent A Pieribone, Ehud Y Isacoff, Brian M Salzberg, and Bradley J Baker

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NLS9781493951017
9781493951017
1493951017
Membrane Potential Imaging in the Nervous System: Methods and Applications by Marco Canepari
New
Paperback
Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
20170430
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