Organic light-emitting diodes for optogenetic stimulation of Drosophila larvae
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Optogenetics is an emerging method in biology that enables controlling neurons with light. We use organic light-emitting diodes to stimulate neurons in Drosophila larvae and investigate subsequent behavioral changes at different light intensities.
Murawski , C , Morton , A , Samuel , I D W , Pulver , S & Gather , M C 2016 , Organic light-emitting diodes for optogenetic stimulation of Drosophila larvae . in Proceedings, Light, Energy and the Environment . , JW4A.9 , Fourier Transform Spectroscopy , Optical Society of American (OSA) , OSA Light, Energy and the Environment Congress , Leipzig , Germany , 14-17 November . DOI: 10.1364/FTS.2016.JW4A.9conference
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We are grateful for financial support from the Scottish Funding Council (through SUPA), Human Frontier Science Program (RGY0074/2013), Wellcome Trust Institutional Strategic Support Fund St Andrews, the RS Macdonald Charitable Trust, and EPSRC via grant EP/J01771X/1. CM acknowledges funding by the European Commission through a Marie Skłodowska Curie individual fellowship (703387).
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