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Two-electrode Voltage-clamp Recordings in Xenopus laevis Oocytes:Reconstitution of Abscisic Acid Activation of SLAC1 Anion Channel via PYL9 ABA Receptor
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2017-01-20
[Abstract]  Two-Electrode Voltage-Clamp (TEVC) recording in Xenopus laevis oocytes provides a powerful method to investigate the functions and regulation of ion channel proteins. This approach provides a well-known tool to characterize ion channels or transporters expressed in Xenopus laevis oocytes. The plasma membrane of the oocyte is impaled by two microelectrodes, one for voltage sensing and the other one for current injection. Here we list a protocol that allows robust reconstitution ...

Semi-thin Sectioning, Light and Fluorescence Microscopy of Floral Bud to Study Microspore Development in Arabidopsis
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2016-03-05
[Abstract]  Pollen grains are male gametophytes produced within the pollen sacs of the anthers of the flower. Recent genetic studies have revealed several components involved in microspore development (Borg et al., 2009; Berger and Twell, 2011), and yet many components controlling microspore development remain to be identified. Semi-thin sectioning of anthers and light and fluorescence microscopy of floral bud (Kim et al., 2015) are the initial key experiments to characterize Arabidopsis ...

Assessment of Olfactory Behavior in Mice: Odorant Detection and Habituation-Dishabituation Tests
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2015-07-05
[Abstract]  Olfaction has adaptive value for rodents as it is essential for feeding and mating, the establishment of social and territorial relationships, or the detection of potential predators, among others (Apfelbach et al., 2005). Sensory input from the olfactory mucosa is first processed in the main olfactory bulb (MOB), a telencephalic structure that exhibits neurogenesis during the lifespan of the animal. Changes in MOB circuitry due to neuronal dysfunction or changes in interneuron ...

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