Bihe Hu Tulane University
1 protocol

HSIU CHUN CHUANG Department of MCB at UC Berkeley
6 protocols

Oneil Bhalala The Royal Melbourne Hospital
59 protocols

Allan-Hermann Pool
  • Post-Doc, California Institute of Technology
Research focus
  • Neuroscience
  • Innate behaviors, hunger, thirst, social behaviors, sensory processing, functional analysis of neural circuits, single cell transcriptomics


PhD, University of California Berkeley, 2013

Lab information

Yuki Oka's lab at Caltech


Pool AH, Wang T, Stafford D, Chance R, Lee S, Ngai J, Oka Y. Cellular basis of distinct thirst modalities. Nature. 2020.
Kim D-W, Yao Z, Graybuck LT, Kim TK, Nguyen TN, Smith KA, Fong O, Yi L, Koulena N, Pierson N, Shah S, Lo L, Pool AH, Oka Y, Pachter L, Cai L, Tasic B, Zeng H, Anderson DJ. Multimodal analysis of cell types in a hypothalamic node controlling social behavior. Cell. 2019. 179: 713-728. e17.
Toomsoo, T, Liepelt-Scarfone I, Berg D, Kerner R, Pool AH, Kadastik-Eerme L, Rubanovits I, Asser T, Taba P. “Effect of Age on Substantia Nigra Hyper-echogenicity in Parkinson's Disease Patients and Healthy Controls”. 2019. Ultrasound in medicine & biology 45 (1), 122-128
Pool AH, Kvello P, Mann K, Cheung DK, Gordon MD, Wang L, Scott K. Four GABAergic Interneurons Impose Feeding Restraint in Drosophila. Neuron. 2014. 83: 164–177
Pool AH, Scott, K. Feeding in Drosophila. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 2014. 29:57–63
Noè F, Pool AH, Nissinen J, Gobbi M, Bland R, Rizzi M, Balducci C, Ferraguti F, Sperk G, During MJ, Pitkänen A, Vezzani A. Human neuropeptide Y gene transfer and peptide expression result in suppression of spontaneous seizures in a rat model of human temporal lobe epilepsy. Brain. 2008 Jun;131:1506-15
2 Protocols reviewed
Single or Repeated Ablation of Mouse Olfactory Epithelium by Methimazole
Authors:  Sofia Håglin, Staffan Bohm and Anna Berghard, date: 04/20/2021, view: 723, Q&A: 0

Odor-detecting olfactory sensory neurons residing in the nasal olfactory epithelium (OE) are the only neurons in direct contact with the external environment. As a result, these neurons are subjected to chemical, physical, and infectious insults,

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In vitro Time-lapse Imaging of Primary Cilium in Migrating Neuroblasts
Neuronal migration is a critical step for the development of neuronal circuits in the brain. Immature new neurons (neuroblasts) generated in the postnatal ventricular-subventricular zone (V-SVZ) show a remarkable potential to migrate for a long ...
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