Development of optical sensors for the study of neurotransmission
The study of neurotransmission allows for greater understanding the central nervous system and can also improve our ability to understand and treat neurological disorders. The use of optical sensors to study neurotransmission can give insights that cannot be obtained through other techniques, as optical sensors are capable of providing spatial and temporal information about neurotransmission on a sub-cellular scale. Of particular interest is glycine, as while it is known as a primary inhibitory...[Show more]
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