Optical imaging of neuronal activity

Optical imaging of neuronal activity RON D. RINA EDMUND IBM Research Division at Thornas J. Watson Research Center, Laboratory of Neurobiology, The Rockefeller University, Neu~ York, New York; Department of Neurobiology9 The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel I. Introduction ......................................................... A. Need for new techniques to investigate brain development, organization, function ..................................... B. Potential of relative to current techniques ........... C. Principle of with dyes ........... II. Real-Time of in Simple Complex Systems Utilizing Voltage-Sensitive Dyes .................................. A. Electrical properties of arborization of single cultured neurons ....... B. Investigation of single cells neuronal networks in invertebrate ganglia ....................................................... C. Studies populations in vertebrate preparations in vitro ... D. Studies of organization interactions populations in vivo ....................................................... E. Investigation of neuroglial interactions ............................. III. Using Intrinsic Signals ........... A. Studies in vitro ................................ B. Studies of functional architecture of cortex in vivo .................. IV. Technical Aspects of Measurements ............................ A. Optimization of measurements ..................................... B. Apparatus for real-time ............................ C. Computer programs ............................................... D. Spatial resolution of recording .............................. E. Apparatus for high-resolution .......... F. Interpretation analysis of signals ....................... G. Present limitations ................................................ H. Design, synthesis, evaluation of improved probes ......... I. Comparison of with without voltage-sensitive dyes ............................... ........................... V. Conclusions http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physiological Reviews The American Physiological Society

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RON D. RINA EDMUND IBM Research Division at Thornas J. Watson Research Center, Laboratory of Neurobiology, The Rockefeller University, Neu~ York, New York; Department of Neurobiology9 The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel I. Introduction ......................................................... A. Need for new techniques to investigate brain development, organization, function ..................................... B. Potential of relative to current techniques ........... C. Principle of with dyes ........... II. Real-Time of in Simple Complex Systems Utilizing Voltage-Sensitive Dyes .................................. A. Electrical properties of arborization of single cultured neurons ....... B. Investigation of single cells neuronal networks in invertebrate ganglia ....................................................... C. Studies populations in vertebrate preparations in vitro ... D. Studies of organization interactions populations in vivo ....................................................... E. Investigation of neuroglial interactions ............................. III. Using Intrinsic Signals ........... A. Studies in vitro ................................ B. Studies of functional architecture of cortex in vivo .................. IV. Technical Aspects of Measurements ............................ A. Optimization of measurements ..................................... B. Apparatus for real-time ............................ C. Computer programs ............................................... D. Spatial resolution of recording .............................. E. Apparatus for high-resolution .......... F. Interpretation analysis of signals ....................... G. Present limitations ................................................ H. Design, synthesis, evaluation of improved probes ......... I. Comparison of with without voltage-sensitive dyes ............................... ........................... V. Conclusions

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Published: Oct 1, 1988

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