Translucence Biosystems presented work on using Npas4 as a brain-wide marker of neuronal activity.
Translucence Biosystems presented work on using Npas4 as a brain-wide marker of neuronal activity.
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November 10, 2021
Research

Translucence Biosystems presents at the Society for Neuroscience's 50th Annual Meeting

Translucence Biosystems is honored to present at the Society for Neuroscience's 50th Annual Meeting. Our presentation is entitled, "Brain-wide cellular resolution snapshots of neuronal activity with Npas4 and cFos". View our presentation materials here.
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Damian Wheeler
September 29, 2021
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Translucence Biosystems is a 2021 High Tech Awards finalist

Translucence Biosystems is a finalist in the Outstanding Emerging Technology Company category at Octane OC's 2021 High Tech Awards (HTA). Special thanks to University Lab Partners for making our work possible!
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Damian Wheeler
June 30, 2021
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Celebrating the Fourth with Neuroscience Fireworks

Credit for this work goes to an NIH-supported team that includes Ricardo Azevedo and Sunil Gandhi, at the Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, University of California, Irvine, and their collaborator Damian Wheeler, Translucence Biosystems, Irvine, CA. Azevedo is also an NIH National Research Service Award fellow and a Medical Scientist Training Program trainee with Gandhi.
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Damian Wheeler

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