Tal Laviv

Max Planck Florida Institute, Jupiter, FL, United States 
Synaptic plasticity, FLIM, in vivo imaging
"Tal Laviv"
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Bajar BT, Guan X, Lam A, et al. (2022) FRET Imaging of Rho GTPase Activity with Red Fluorescent Protein-Based FRET Pairs. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2438: 31-43
Laviv T, Yasuda R. (2021) Imaging neuronal protein signaling dynamics in vivo. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 69: 68-75
Nishizono H, Yasuda R, Laviv T. (2020) Methodologies and Challenges for CRISPR/Cas9 Mediated Genome Editing of the Mammalian Brain. Frontiers in Genome Editing. 2: 602970
Laviv T, Scholl B, Parra-Bueno P, et al. (2019) In Vivo Imaging of the Coupling between Neuronal and CREB Activity in the Mouse Brain. Neuron
Chang JY, Parra-Bueno P, Laviv T, et al. (2017) CaMKII Autophosphorylation Is Necessary for Optimal Integration of Ca(2+) Signals during LTP Induction, but Not Maintenance. Neuron. 94: 800-808.e4
Laviv T, Yasuda R. (2017) Erratum: An optical probe of synaptic plasticity. Nature Biotechnology. 35: 481
Laviv T, Yasuda R. (2017) An optical probe of synaptic plasticity. Nature Biotechnology. 35: 26-27
Laviv T, Kim BB, Chu J, et al. (2016) Simultaneous dual-color fluorescence lifetime imaging with novel red-shifted fluorescent proteins. Nature Methods
Harward SC, Hedrick NG, Hall CE, et al. (2016) Autocrine BDNF-TrkB signalling within a single dendritic spine. Nature
Chu J, Oh Y, Sens A, et al. (2016) A bright cyan-excitable orange fluorescent protein facilitates dual-emission microscopy and enhances bioluminescence imaging in vivo. Nature Biotechnology
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