This is a movie showing bioluminescence of the Choroid Plexus in a transgenic mouse expressing the LMO3 molecule. Water-Soluble Coelenterazine (CTZ) by Nanolight was injected directly on the ventricle. The concentration was 1μg/μl (2.34 mM concentration, 10μl volume). The animal was anesthetized. NeuroNex Technology Hub: Bioluminescence for Optimal Brain Control and Imaging is funded by National Science Foundation Award #1707352. This research was funded by the Choroid Plexus Gift "Advanced Systems Methods Applied to Understanding and Treating Cerebrospinal Fluid Disorders."
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Klein, Eric, and Gomez-Ramirez, Manuel,
"Movie: Bioluminescence in the choroid plexus"
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