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Biochemical and functional analysis of γ−Protocadherin intracellular signalling pathways
Authors: Pilpel, Noam
Name of University: Ruprecht−Karls−Universität Heidelberg
Place of University: Heidelberg
Date of Approval (YYYY-MM-DD): 2009-03-27
Document Type: PhD-Thesis
ID: 473394.0
Performance of genetically−encoded Ca2+ sensors of neural activity, inverse pericam, GCaMP2, GCaMP2.2 and camgaroo−2, in mammalian neurons both in vitro and in vivo
Authors: Hasan, Mazahir T.; Astori, Simone; Meyer, S.; Yang, Ying; Pilpel, Noam; Kügler, S.; Sprengel, Rolf; Seeburg, Peter H.; Nakai, J.; Euler, Thomas; Castell, Xavier
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(YYYY-MM-DD):
 2009-01-01
Name of Conference/Meeting: Society for Neuroscience Meeting
Document Type: Poster
ID: 473256.0
Performance of genetically−encoded Ca2+ sensors of neural activity, inverse pericam, GCaMP2, GCaMP2.2 and camgaroo−2, in mammalian neurons both in vitro and in vivo
Authors: Hasan, Mazahir T.; Astori, Simone; Meyer, S.; Yang, Ying; Pilpel, Noam; Kügler, S.; Sprengel, Rolf; Seeburg, Peter H.; Nakai, J.; Euler, Thomas; Castell, Xavier
(Start) Date of Event
(YYYY-MM-DD):
 2009-01-01
Name of Conference/Meeting: Society for Neuroscience Meeting
Document Type: Poster
ID: 473382.0
Rapid and long−lasting transduction of neurons by targeted recombinant virus injection into the neonatal mouse brain
Authors: Pilpel, Noam; Landeck, Natalie; Klugmann, Matthias; Seeburg, Peter H.; Schwarz, Martin K.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): --
Title of Journal: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA
Document Type: Article
ID: 473366.0
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