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Bradley Baker

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  • 소속캠퍼스한국과학기술연구원 스쿨
  • 전공 바이오-메디컬 융합
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  • 연락처02-958-7229
  • 출신전공Biochemistry
  • 학위박사
  • 최종출신대학Ohio State University
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연구분야

Genetically-encoded fluorescent sensors of membrane potential

Genetically-encoded fluorescent sensors of membrane potential

대표연구실적

-  Imaging membrane potential with two types of genetically encoded fluorescent voltage sensors . Sungmoo Lee, Hong Hua Piao, Masoud Sepheri-Rad, Arong Jung, Unha Sung, Yoon-Kyu Song, Bradley J. Baker ? Journal of Visualized Experiments (Submitted, April 2015) . -  Douglas Storace, Masoud Sepehri Rad, Zhou Han, Lei Jin, Lawrence B. Cohen, Thom Hughes, Bradley J. Baker, and Uhna Sung. Genetically encoded protein sensors of membrane potential. In: Membrane Potential Imaging in the Nervous System and Heart, ed. by M. Canepari, D. Zecevic, and O. Bernus. Springer, 2015, in press. -  Arong Jung, Jessica E. Garcia, Eunha Kim, Bong-June Yoon and Bradley J. Baker. Linker length and fusion site composition improve the optical signal of genetically encoded fluorescent voltage sensors, Neurophoton. 2(2), 021012 (Mar 05, 2015

저서(최근 5년)

-  Genetically encoded protein sensors of membrane potential. In: Membrane Potential Imaging in the Nervous System and Heart[2015-08-12]

논문(최근 5년)

-  Fluorescent protein voltage probes derives from ArcLight that respond to membrane voltage changes with fast kinetics[PLoS One,2013-11-27] -  Combinatorial Mutagenesis of the Voltage-Sensing Domain Enables the Optical Resolution of Action Potentials Firing at 60 Hz by a Genetically Encoded Fluorescent Sensor of Membrane Potential[Journal of neuroscience ,2015-01-01] -  Pado, a fluorescent protein with proton channel activity can optically monitor membrane potential, intracellular pH, and map gap junctions[Scientific Reports,2016-04-01] -  Toward Better Genetically Encoded Sensors of Membrane Potential[ TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES,2016-05-01] -  Developing Fast Fluorescent Protein Voltage Sensors by Optimizing FRET Interactions[PLOS ONE,2015-11-20] -  Imaging Membrane Potential with Two Types of Genetically Encoded Fluorescent Voltage Sensors[Journal of Visualized Experiments,2016-02-04] -  In Vivo Voltage-Sensitive Dye Imaging of Mammalian Cortex Using "Blue" Dyes[Cold Spring Harbor Protocols,2015-11-02] -  Voltage-Sensitive Dye Imaging of Population Signals in Brain Slices.[Cold Spring Harbor Protocols,2015-11-02] -  Optogenetic monitoring of synaptic activity with genetically encoded voltage indicators[Frontiers in Synaptic Neuroscience,2016-08-05] -  Imaging voltage in zebrafish as a route to characterizing a vertebrate functional connectome: promises and pitfalls of genetically encoded indicators[Journal of Neurogenetics,2016-06-22] -  Optically Tracing Electrical Synapses with Proton Channel-Based Voltage Sensing Protein[Biophysical Journal,2015-01-27] -  V220 Mutants of Ciona Voltage-Sensing Domain Based Genetically Encoded Fluorescent Voltage Sensors[Biophysical Journal,2015-01-27] -  Development of Novel FRET-Based Fluorescent Voltage Sensor Proteins[Biophysical Journal,2015-01-27] -  Nabi, a Novel FRET-Based Voltage Senosr Protein[Biophysical Journal,2014-01-28] -  Pado, a Novel Fluorescent Voltage-Sensing Protein, Identified by a Highly Conserved Motif in the S2 Trans-Membrane Segment[Biophysical Journal,2014-01-28] -  Development of New Fluorescent Voltage Sensor Proteins[Biophysical Journal,2013-01-29] -  Charged Residues in the S1, S2, and S3 Transmembrane Domains affect the Speed, Size and Voltage Response of Genetically-Encoded Fluorescent Sensors of Membrane Potential[Biophysical Journal,2013-01-29]

특허(최근 5년)

-  형광단백질 전압센서[2016-01-05]