Fast Volumetric Imaging Using Light-sheet Microscopy. Principles and Applications
Light-driven Actuators: Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Cellular Signaling Processes
Optogenetic Control of the Generation of Reactive Oxygen Species for Photoinducible Protein Inactivation and Cell Ablation
Optogenetic Tools for Quantitative Biology: The Genetically Encoded PhyB–PIF Light-inducible Dimerization System and Its Application for Controlling Signal Transduction
Quantitative Control of Kinase Activity with a Mathematical Model
Building Light-inducible Receptor Tyrosine Kinases
About this book
Optogenetic tools have allowed significant advances in the understanding of biological problems, particularly in the neurosciences field. Biological tools as well as optical set-ups have evolved and a wide range of probes and light-controllable modules are now available.
The aim of this book is to give a flavour of illumination strategies and imaging with an overview of the different optogenetic tools and their main applications in cell biology. Based on examples covering the different aspects of cell biology, this book provides a practical approach for using light-emitting sensors and light-driven actuators.