Guoping Feng

Affiliations: 
Brain and Cognitive Sciences McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT 
Area:
neuropsychiatric disorders, mouse genetics, synapse development, optogenetics
Website:
http://mcgovern.mit.edu/principal-investigators/guoping-feng
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Bakken TE, Jorstad NL, Hu Q, et al. (2022) Author Correction: Comparative cellular analysis of motor cortex in human, marmoset and mouse. Nature
Bakken TE, Jorstad NL, Hu Q, et al. (2021) Comparative cellular analysis of motor cortex in human, marmoset and mouse. Nature. 598: 111-119
Roy DS, Zhang Y, Aida T, et al. (2021) Anterior thalamic dysfunction underlies cognitive deficits in a subset of neuropsychiatric disease models. Neuron
Feng G, Jensen FE, Greely HT, et al. (2020) Opportunities and limitations of genetically modified nonhuman primate models for neuroscience research. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Vormstein-Schneider D, Lin JD, Pelkey KA, et al. (2020) Viral manipulation of functionally distinct interneurons in mice, non-human primates and humans. Nature Neuroscience
Li Y, Lopez-Huerta VG, Adiconis X, et al. (2020) Distinct subnetworks of the thalamic reticular nucleus. Nature
Gong X, Mendoza-Halliday D, Ting JT, et al. (2020) An Ultra-Sensitive Step-Function Opsin for Minimally Invasive Optogenetic Stimulation in Mice and Macaques. Neuron. 107: 197
Gong X, Mendoza-Halliday D, Ting JT, et al. (2020) An Ultra-Sensitive Step-Function Opsin for Minimally Invasive Optogenetic Stimulation in Mice and Macaques. Neuron
Chen Q, Deister CA, Gao X, et al. (2020) Dysfunction of cortical GABAergic neurons leads to sensory hyper-reactivity in a Shank3 mouse model of ASD. Nature Neuroscience
Ghoshal A, Uygun DS, Yang L, et al. (2020) Effects of a patient-derived de novo coding alteration of CACNA1I in mice connect a schizophrenia risk gene with sleep spindle deficits. Translational Psychiatry. 10: 29
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