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    Keywords: Medicine ; Neurosciences ; Neurobiology ; Biology / Technique ; Biomedicine ; Neurosciences ; Neurobiology ; Biological Techniques ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Preface -- Production of high-quality antibodies for the study of receptors and ion channels in brain -- Co-immunoprecipitation from brain -- Sub-synaptic membrane fractionation -- Investigation of ℗ neurotransmitter receptors in brain slices using cell surface biotinylation -- Single nanoparticle tracking of surface ion channels and receptors in brain cells -- Radioligand binding detection of receptors in brain membranes -- Recombinant Alphavirus-Mediated Expression of Ion Channels and Receptors in the Brain -- Fluorescent ligands and TR-FRET to study receptor-receptor interactions in the brain -- In situ Proximity Ligation Assay to study and understand the distribution and balance of GPCR homo- and heteroreceptor complexes in the brain -- Fluorescent in situ hybridization for sensitive and specific labeling -- Autoradiographic visualization of G protein-coupled receptors in brain -- Analysis of the expression profile and regional distribution of neurotransmitter receptors and ion channels in the central nervous system using histoblots -- Immunohistochemistry for ion channels and their interacting molecules: Tips for improving antibody accessibility -- Localization of GFP-tagged proteins at the electron microscope -- Pre-embedding methods in the localization of receptors and ion channels -- Post-embedding immunohistochemistry in the localization of receptors and ion channels -- High-Resolution localization of membrane proteins by SDS-digested freeze-fracture replica labelling (SDS-FRL) -- Application of virus vectors for anterograde tract-tracing and single-neuron labeling studies -- Analysis of synaptic connections using viral vectors at the electron microscopic level -- Morphological and neurochemical characterization of electrophysiologically identified cells -- Using electrophysiology to study synaptic and extrasynaptic ionotropic receptors in hippocampal neurons -- Biophysical methods to analyze direct G-protein regulation of neuronal voltage-gated calcium channels -- Electrophysiological recordings in behaving animals -- Voltammetry in behaving animals -- In vivo brain microdialysis of monoamines -- Calcium transients in single dendrites and spines of pyramidal neurons in vitro -- Dynamic recording of membrane potential from hippocampal neurons by using a FRET-based voltage biosensor -- Determination of GPCR-mediated cAMP accumulation in rat striatal synaptosomes -- GPCR-mediated MAPK/ERK cascade activation in brain slices -- Index
    Abstract: Receptor and Ion Channel Detection in the Brain provides state-of-the-art and up-to-date methodological information on molecular, neuroanatomical and functional techniques that are currently used to study neurotransmitter receptors and ion channels in the brain. The chapters have been contributed by world-wide recognized neuroscientists who explain in an easy and detailed way well established and tested protocols embracing molecular, cellular, subcellular, anatomical and electrophysiological aspects of the brain. This comprehensive and practical manual is presented in a simple, step-by-step manner for laboratory use, and also offers unambiguous detail and key implementation advice that proves essential for successful results and facilitate choosing the best method for the target proteins under study. This work serves as a useful guide for young researchers and students in training as well as for neurologists and established scientists who wish to extend their repertoire of techniques
    Pages: XVIII, 475 p. 84 illus., 57 illus. in color. : online resource.
    ISBN: 9781493930647
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