Neuroscience Under the Microscope | Published Article from Novus Light

by Michael O'Coyne | Aug 15, 2017

NovusLight-figure-1While optical microscopy methods for neuroscience have expanded significantly in recent times, traditional tools such as patch clamp technology are still widely used because they provide superior data for many types of experiments. Researchers at the AstraZeneca-Tufts Laboratory for Basic and Translational Research are using patch clamp technology to study fundamental aspects of synaptic inhibition that are associated with epileptic-type seizures. This Institute itself is an exciting new business model in the world of neuroscience research, created as a joint collaborative venture between a leading academic institution and a highly respected pharmaceutical giant. (read more .....)