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Bradley Baker(Professor)

INFO

  • AffiliationKIST School
  • Majors Division of Bio-Medical Science & Technology
    (Neuroscience)
  • Contact Information02-958-7229
  • MajorBiochemistry
  • DegreePh.D.
  • Highest Level of EducationOhio State University
  • E-Mail

Field of Research

Genetically-encoded fluorescent sensors of membrane potential

Research Results

-  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

Book(in last five years)

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

Treatise

-  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] -  Voltage and calcium imaging of brain activity[Biophysical journal,2017-11-01] -  Observing the Movement of Heterogeneous Voltage Sensing Domains via Intermolecular FRET[Biophysical Journal,2018-02-02] -  Improving a genetically encoded voltage indicator by modifying the cytoplasmic charge composition[SCIENTIFIC REPORTS,2017-08-15] -  Modulating the Voltage-sensitivity of a Genetically Enocoded Voltage Indicator[EXPERIMENTAL NEUROBIOLOGY,2017-10-26] -  Monitoring voltage fluctuations of intracellular membranes[Scientific Reports,2018-05-02]

Patent

-  형광단백질 전압센서[2016-01-05]