इमेजिंग Neuronal प्रतिक्रियाएँ vomeronasal अंग के स्लाइस की तैयारी में एक आनुवंशिक एन्कोडेड कैल्शियम सेंसर व्यक्त

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Ma, L., Haga-Yamanaka, S., Yu, Q. E., Qiu, Q., Kim, S., Yu, C. R. Imaging Neuronal Responses in Slice Preparations of Vomeronasal Organ Expressing a Genetically Encoded Calcium Sensor. J. Vis. Exp. (58), e3404, doi:10.3791/3404 (2011).

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  1. Dear Minghong,
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    January 14, 2014 - 5:20 AM
  2. Dear Minghong,
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    January 14, 2014 - 5:35 AM
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