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Antoine de Morree Stanford university
32 protocols

Jia Li SRI International
47 protocols

Marc-Antoine Sani University of Melbourne
11 protocols

Masahiro Morita University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
27 protocols

Editor
Zinan Zhou
  • Post-Doc, Boston Children’s Hospital
Research focus
  • Developmental biology

Education

Ph.D, University of Pennsylvania, 2016

Lab information

Christopher Walsh Lab
http://www.walshlab.org

Publications

5 Protocols reviewed
Cell Synchronization by Double Thymidine Block
Authors:  Guo Chen and Xingming Deng, date: 09/05/2018, view: 296, Q&A: 0
Cell synchronization is widely used in studying mechanisms involves in regulation of cell cycle progression. Through synchronization, cells at distinct cell cycle stage could be obtained. Thymidine is a DNA synthesis inhibitor that can arrest cell ...
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Photothrombotic Induction of Capillary Ischemia in the Mouse Cortex during in vivo Two-Photon Imaging
Authors:  Robert G. Underly and Andy Y. Shih, date: 07/05/2017, view: 2625, Q&A: 0
Photothrombosis of blood vessels refers to the activation of a circulating photosensitive dye with a green light to induce clotting in vivo (Watson et al., 1985). Previous studies have described how a focused green laser could be ...
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4 Protocols edited
Studying the Mechanisms of Developmental Vocal Learning and Adult Vocal Performance in Zebra Finches through Lentiviral Injection
Authors:  Zhimin Shi, Ofer Tchernichovski and XiaoChing Li, date: 09/05/2018, view: 138, Q&A: 0
Here we provide a detailed step-by-step protocol for using lentivirus to manipulate miRNA expression in Area X of juvenile zebra finches and for analyzing the consequences on song learning and song performance. This protocol has four parts: 1) ...
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Assessing Experience-dependent Tuning of Song Preference in Fruit Flies (Drosophila melanogaster)
Authors:  Xiaodong Li, Hiroshi Ishimoto and Azusa Kamikouchi, date: 07/20/2018, view: 447, Q&A: 0
In songbirds and higher mammals, early auditory experience during childhood is critical to detect and discriminate sound patterns in adulthood. However, the neural and molecular nature of this acquired ability remains elusive. Here, we describe a ...
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