Vitaliy Kyryk 1 protocol

Tetyana Pivneva Department of Sensory Signalling, Bogomoletz Institute of Physiology, Ukraine, Ukraine,
1 protocol

Oksana Rybachuk Department of Sensory Signalling, Bogomoletz Institute of Physiology, Ukraine, Ukraine,
1 protocol
Dana Savulescu Bioforum
5 protocols

Doyel Sen E-Scape Bio Inc
3 protocols

Pilar Alcubierre Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute (IJC)
25 protocols

Ralph Boettcher Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry
54 protocols

Olga Kopach
  • Research associate, Department of Clinical and Experimental Epilepsy, UCL Institute of Neurology, University College London, UK
Research focus
  • Neuroscience in health and disease using advanced imaging and electrophysiological techniques and viral gene delivery approaches
  • 1 Author merit


PhD, DSc

Lab information

Dmitri Rusakov's lab

1 Protocol published
Isolation of Neural Stem Cells from the Embryonic Mouse Hippocampus for in vitro Growth or Engraftment into a Host Tissue
Authors:  Oksana Rybachuk, Olga Kopach, Tetyana Pivneva and Vitaliy Kyryk, date: 02/20/2019, view: 6779, Q&A: 0
For both stem cell research and treatment of the central nervous system disorders, neural stem/progenitor cells (NSPCs) represent an important breakthrough tool. In the expanded stem cell-based therapy use, NSPCs not only provide a powerful cell ...
3 Protocols reviewed
Vestibular Organ Dissection and Whole-Mount Immunolabeling in Mouse
Authors:  Timothy S. Balmer and Laurence O. Trussell, date: 05/20/2022, view: 250, Q&A: 0

The vestibular sensory apparatus contained in the inner ear is a marvelous evolutionary adaptation for sensing movement in 3 dimensions and is essential for an animal’s sense of orientation in space, head movement, and balance. Damage to these

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Fluorescence-based Single-cell Analysis of Whole-mount-stained and Cleared Microtissues and Organoids for High Throughput Screening
Authors:  Henrik Renner, Mandy Otto, Martha Grabos, Hans R. Schöler and Jan M. Bruder, date: 06/20/2021, view: 2824, Q&A: 1

Three-dimensional (3D) cell culture, especially in the form of organ-like microtissues (“organoids”), has emerged as a novel tool potentially mimicking human tissue biology more closely than standard two-dimensional culture. Typically,

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