Ole Kiehn Department of Neurosscience, University of Copenhagen , Denmark
1 protocol

Peter Löw 1 protocol

Maite Marcantoni Neuroscience Department , University of Copenhagen , Denmark
1 protocol
Akira Karasawa New York Structural Biology Center
8 protocols

Alexandros Kokotos Weill Cornell Medicine
18 protocols

Anand Patwardhan University of California, San Diego
5 protocols

Soyun Kim University of California Irvine
64 protocols

Reviewer
Carmelo Bellardita
  • Post-Doc, Neuroscience Department, University of Copenhagen , Denmark, Denmark,
Research focus
  • Neuroscience
  • Spinal cord injury, spinal networks, development, locomotion
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph.D. in Neuroscience, University of Milan, 2012

Lab information

Ole Kiehn Laboratory
http://www.neuro.ki.se/kiehnlab/

Publications

1 Protocol published
Sacral Spinal Cord Transection and Isolated Sacral Cord Preparation to Study Chronic Spinal Cord Injury in Adult Mice
Authors:  Carmelo Bellardita, Maite Marcantoni, Peter Löw and Ole Kiehn, date: 04/05/2018, view: 5243, Q&A: 0
Spinal cord injury (SCI) is characterized by multiple sensory/motor impairments that arise from different underlying neural mechanisms. Linking specific sensory/motor impairments to neural mechanism is limited by a lack of direct experimental access ...
2 Protocols reviewed
Method for Rapid Enzymatic Cleaning for Reuse of Patch Clamp Pipettes: Increasing Throughput by Eliminating Manual Pipette Replacement between Patch Clamp Attempts

The whole-cell patch-clamp method is a gold standard for single-cell analysis of electrical activity, cellular morphology, and gene expression. Prior to our discovery that patch-clamp pipettes could be cleaned and reused, experimental throughput and

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Optimized Immunostaining of Embryonic and Early Postnatal Mouse Brain Sections
Authors:  Kawssar Harb, Michele Bertacchi and Michèle Studer, date: 01/05/2021, view: 1545, Q&A: 0

The mammalian neocortex, the outer layer of the cerebrum and most recently evolved brain region, is characterized by its unique areal and laminar organization. Distinct cortical layers and areas can be identified by the protein expression of graded

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