Using a new optogenetic technique, researchers change the shape of a protein in the brains of mice.
Researchers discover how parvalbumin-expressing interneurons, which usually limits stem cell activity, can also encourage the survival of the stem cells' progeny.
Using optogenetics, researchers obtain a better understanding of the neurochemical basis for alcohol addiction.
Researchers use optogenetics to change alcohol drinking behavior in rodents.
Researchers have developed a unique and inexpensive device which lights up malignant brain tumors.
Using optogenetics, researchers report being able to control pain sensitivity in mice.
Researchers use optogenetics to restore function to paralyzed muscles.