Ana Perez-Villalba Universidad de Valencia
2 protocols

Emmanuelle Berret Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
10 protocols

Junjie Luo Stanford University/HHMI
1 protocol

Manuel Gahete IMIBIC - Maimonides Institute for Biomedical Research of Córdoba
7 protocols

Shai Berlin
  • Faculty, Israel Institute of Technology
Research focus
  • Neuroscience
  • Synaptic plasticity, optogenetics, fluorescent probes
  • 0 Author merit
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PhD, Tel Aviv university, 2011

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Berlin lab


5 Protocols reviewed
In vitro Brainstem-spinal Cord Preparation from Newborn Rat
Authors:  Jean-Patrick Le Gal, Angelo Nicolosi, Laurent Juvin and Didier Morin, date: 11/20/2016, view: 6260, Q&A: 0
The brainstem-spinal cord preparation of newborn rat contains neural networks able to produce motor output in absence of sensory feedback. These neural structures, commonly called central pattern generators (CPGs), are involved in many vital ...
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In vitro Assay for Dendritic Spine Retraction of Hippocampal Neurons with Sparse Labeling
Authors:  Ryohei Iwata and Takuji Iwasato, date: 09/20/2016, view: 6818, Q&A: 0
Dendritic spines are the post-synaptic structures that play a central role in excitatory synaptic transmission. Developmental spinogenesis relies on a variety of stimuli such as those derived from cell-cell communication and their downstream ...
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1 Protocol edited
A Streamlined Method for the Preparation of Gelatin Embedded Brains and Simplified Organization of Sections for Serial Reconstructions
Authors:  Andrew W. Liu, Sho Aoki and Jeffery R. Wickens, date: 11/20/2017, view: 8486, Q&A: 0
Gelatin embedding of whole brains for sectioning is a critical procedure used in neuroscience to ensure all morphological and spatial details are preserved intact. Here, we describe an inexpensive, reproducible and efficient means to embed ...
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