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Novel Non-Invasive Optogenetics Using Near Infrared Light and Nanoparticles

Video   Feb 09, 2018

 

Adam talks with Prof. Tom McHugh from the RIKEN Brain Science Institute. Tom Describes his Lab's latest research using near infrared light to activate channel rhodopsins via up-conversion nanoparticles.

Read: Nanoparticles Enable Non-Invasive Optogenetic Control of Brain Cell Activity With Near-Infrared Light

 
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