Shan Lou
Shan Lou
Harvard University, Dana Farber Cancer Institute
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Transcriptional profiling at whole population and single cell levels reveals somatosensory neuron molecular diversity
IM Chiu, LB Barrett, EK Williams, DE Strochlic, S Lee, AD Weyer, S Lou, ...
Elife 3, e04660, 2014
1532014
Runx1 Controls Terminal Morphology and Mechanosensitivity of VGLUT3-expressing C-Mechanoreceptors.
S Lou, B Duan, L Vong, B Lowell, Q Ma
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (3), 870, 2013
1132013
Voltage imaging and optogenetics reveal behaviour-dependent changes in hippocampal dynamics
Y Adam, JJ Kim, S Lou, Y Zhao, ME Xie, D Brinks, H Wu, ...
Nature 569 (7756), 413-417, 2019
1022019
Genetically targeted all-optical electrophysiology with a transgenic Cre-dependent optopatch mouse
S Lou, Y Adam, EN Weinstein, E Williams, K Williams, V Parot, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (43), 11059-11073, 2016
592016
All-optical electrophysiology reveals brain-state dependent changes in hippocampal subthreshold dynamics and excitability
Y Adam, JJ Kim, S Lou, Y Zhao, D Brinks, H Wu, MA Mostajo-Radji, ...
bioRxiv, 281618, 2018
192018
Incoherent Feed-forward regulatory loops control segregation of c-mechanoreceptors, nociceptors, and pruriceptors
S Lou, X Pan, T Huang, B Duan, FC Yang, J Yang, M Xiong, Y Liu, Q Ma
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (13), 5317-5329, 2015
182015
Wide-area all-optical neurophysiology in acute brain slices
SL Farhi, VJ Parot, A Grama, M Yamagata, AS Abdelfattah, Y Adam, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (25), 4889-4908, 2019
102019
Wide Area Profiling of Neuronal Function Using Hadamard Microscopy
VJ Parot, SL Farhi, A Grama, M Yamagata, A Abdelfattah, Y Adam, S Lou, ...
Optics and the Brain, BW2C. 3, 2018
2018
All-Optical Electrophysiology in Behaving Mice With Enhanced Near Infrared Voltage Sensors
Y Adam, S Lou, A Cohen
JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY 149 (9), 886-886, 2017
2017
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