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Teneale Stewart Jan 29
Our latest paper 'A Primary Cell and Organoid Platform for Evaluating Pharmacological Responses in Mammary Epithelial Cells' is out now in ACS Pharmacology & Translational Science
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Felicity Davis Jun 3
Excited to release our 2nd preprint using tools developed at to reveal how causes milk ejection during through . Green=Ca2+. With . “Pump” up the volume🐭🎆
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Dr. Nathan A. Smith May 22
I love days like this in the lab when it is just me and the 2 P scope doing awake in vivo Ca2+ imaging in my astrocyte animals.
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Vijay Rajagopal Jun 5
Are you interested in how affects in the heart? I am giving a talk in the Seminar Series at the School of Mathematics and Statistics on Wednesday June 12th:
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Hyser Lab Oct 5
Plaque assays are a classic technique but seeing one form from a single infected cell is too cool! Movie is a (Red) plaque in sensor cells (Green). Hat tip to for the virus and for the cells.
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Björn-Philipp Diercks 10 Sep 18
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Ora Hazak Jul 11
Our collaborative paper from Lab on the new Ca2+-binding protein that can transduce auxin signals is now on-line! Thanks to everyone involved!
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Dr. Nathan A. Smith Jul 28
Had to come in today to knockout a few Ca2+ imaging experiments. Nothing is like a quiet lab on the weekend.
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jECS Aug 8
ICYM Nuclear triggers reorganization, which determines effector responses immune cells. Neat paper by Fackler's lab @ew_signaling
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Pablo J. Sáez Feb 13
Sad to hear the passing of Prof Michael Berridge , IP3 discoverer & essentially father of field, inspiration for many, great mentor...certainly one of my scientific heroes. Interview by His last pub hyp.
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jECS Oct 17
"Spontaneous Auditory Rehearsal" Part of via Synchronized Ca2+ signaling in in the inner ear of a GCaMP mice
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The Smith Lab 3 Jan 18
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Science Magazine Jan 1
By combining molecular dynamics simulations and live-cell recordings, scientists successfully characterized how mutations linked to cancer can disrupt the structure and function of the calcium-binding protein STIM1. ($)
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Björn-Philipp Diercks 12 Sep 18
Congratulations to all the junior travel fellowship awardees from around the world!
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SOBLA May 23
Research Scientist position available in Pharmacology .Candidates with background in: neuroscience, patch clamp, optogenetics, confocal microscopy. For information contact Dr. Vaithianathan tvaithia@uthsc.edu
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Science Magazine Jan 21
A new investigation in intricately visualizes how pulses of calcium ions within platelets allow them to bind with proteins to carry out their essential, clot-forming duties.
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Dustin Revell Sep 9
Pretty cool methods paper we published (not at all biased 😅), showing a method we use for in the kidney! This lets you combine it with a number of transgenics to look at things like and more!
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Hyser Lab Jan 2
Our latest preprint led by on how rotavirus exploits paracrine signaling by activating purinergic receptors and generating through intercellular calcium waves! Check out the Supplementary Videos for some flashy 💥💥Ca2+ imaging 💥💥
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Addgene 6 May 18
Use CaMPARI AAV (Cre and non-cre dependent versions) to reconstruct in the whole brain over a period of seconds to hours (Addgene 100831, 100832) !
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Pablo J. Sáez 26 Nov 18
A year ago I started this Twitter to do & increase awareness of to move FWD in publishing. Hope that you enjoyed my thoughts and tweets about and . Thanks to all the tweeps. To celebrate, a RT of a memorable moment.
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