[Keiichi Inoue] Next-generation optogenetics led by new photoreceptive proteins

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Keiichi Inoue

Keiichi Inoue

The Institute for Solid State Physics, The University of Tokyo
Associate Professor

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Various ions are closely reated to a huge variety of physiological phenomena. If we can control these ions, it would provide large insights for the biological study and elemental technology for medical application. In this study, I will develop new optogenetic tools based on photoreceptive microbial rhodopsins in order to selectively control the ions in vivo.

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