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Movie: Bioluminescence when injecting coelenterazine directly in cortex (1/2)


This is a movie showing bioluminescence in left primary somatosensory cortex in a mouse expressing the LMO3 molecule. Water-Soluble Coelenterazine (CTZ) by Nanolight was injected directly in the cortex. The concentration was 1μg/μl (2.34 mM concentration, volume 2.5 μl). The animal was anesthetized.
NeuroNex Technology Hub: Bioluminescence for Optimal Brain Control and Imaging is funded by National Science Foundation Award #1707352. This research received funding from the NIH National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) Award U01NS099709 and funding from the W. M. Keck Foundation (Bioluminescent Optogenetics to Autoregulate Excitable Cells).

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Gomez-Ramirez, Manuel, "Movie: Bioluminescence when injecting coelenterazine directly in cortex (1/2)" (2017). NeuroNex Data and Research Products. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library.



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