uncaging

un·cag·ing

(un-kāj'ing),
Release of an active molecule from its inert protective enclosure at a chosen locus.
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0) and in situ manipulation, option and thus suitability for electrophysiological experiments, suitable for optoelectronic techniques (stimulation, inhibition, Uncaging, Unmixing YFP vs.
PLEASANTON, California, April 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Unchained Labs, a refreshingly new biologic tools company, announces its executive team is a wrap, uncaging the two latest members.
A second synchronized beam at 1041 nm is available for advanced imaging techniques, including uncaging, dual-wavelength simultaneous imaging, second-harmonic generation (SHG), third-harmonic generation (THG), coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS), and stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) imaging.
Radical improvements for the iOS personal digital assistant should be forthcoming come the tech giant's uncaging of iOS 8 with the iPhone 6.
For this second edition, he updates standard techniques and introduces three new technical advances in the field: two-photon lasers and uncaging experiments, in vivo techniques, and high throughput techniques using planar patch electrodes for pharmacological testing.
Their activation will be induced using different levels and patterns with high resolution glutamate uncaging, in adjacent or remote spines including on different dendritic branches.
This platform will allow users to perform tasks such as identification and enumeration of cell types, cell purification, opto-injection of macromolecules, uncaging of compounds in and around cells, and Matrix-Based(TM) processing.