Anca Savulescu University of Cape Town
20 protocols

Andrew Eagle Michigan State University
5 protocols

Edgar Soria-Gomez Faculty of Medicine and Nursery, University of the Basque Country
25 protocols

Ehsan Kheradpezhouh Australian National University
16 protocols

Editor
Geoffrey C. Y. Lau
  • Faculty, City University of Hong Kong
Research focus
  • Neuroscience
  • Mechanisms of homeostatic plasticity
    Cortical circuit mapping
    Neuron type-specific function
    Circuit basis of olfaction
    Models of neuropsychiatric disorders
  • 0 Author merit

Education

Ph.D., Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 2007

Lab information

Geoff Lau Lab
http://geofflau.wixsite.com/neuro

Publications

9 Protocols reviewed
Implanting and Recycling Neuropixels Probes for Recordings in Freely Moving Mice
Authors:  Ashley L. Juavinett, George Bekheet and Anne K. Churchland, date: 02/05/2020, view: 1851, Q&A: 0
Recording neural activity in unrestricted animals is necessary to unravel the neural basis of ethological behaviors. Recently, Neuropixels probes have made important strides in improving yield and lowering noise, but have limited use cases in freely ...
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Semi-automated Model to Accurately Counting Sympathetic Nervous Fibers
Authors:  Dennis Bleck, Lkham Erdene-Byambadoo, Ralph Brinks, Matthias Schneider and Georg Pongratz, date: 12/20/2019, view: 1182, Q&A: 0
In recent years, the role of sympathetic nervous fibers in chronic inflammation has become increasingly evident. At the onset of inflammation, sympathetic activity is increased in the affected tissue. However, sympathetic fibers are largely absent ...
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9 Protocols edited
Organotypic Slice Culture of the Embryonic Mouse Brain
Authors:  James M. Clegg and Thomas Pratt, date: 07/05/2020, view: 466, Q&A: 0
Organotypic slice culture is a powerful technique for exploring the embryonic development of the mammalian brain. In this protocol we describe a basic slice culture technique we have used for two sets of experiments: axon guidance transplant assays ...
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Quantitative Determination of Ca2+-binding to Ca2+-sensor Proteins by Isothermal Titration Calorimetry
Authors:  Seher Abbas and Karl-Wilhelm Koch, date: 04/05/2020, view: 944, Q&A: 0
Diverse and complex molecular recognitions are central elements of signal transduction cascades. The strength and nature of these interaction modes can be determined by different experimental approaches. Among those, Isothermal titration calorimetry ...
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