Christian D. Wilms

University College London, London, United Kingdom 
two-photon imaging, calcium, patch-clamp
"Christian Wilms"
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Isope P, Wilms CD, Schmidt H. (2016) Editorial: Determinants of Synaptic Information Transfer: From Ca(2+) Binding Proteins to Ca(2+) Signaling Domains. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 10: 69
Collot M, Wilms CD, Bentkhayet A, et al. (2015) CaRuby-Nano: a novel high affinity calcium probe for dual color imaging. Elife. 4
Wilms CD, Häusser M. (2015) Reading out a spatiotemporal population code by imaging neighbouring parallel fibre axons in vivo. Nature Communications. 6: 6464
Collot M, Wilms C, Mallet JM. (2015) Functionalizable red emitting calcium sensor bearing a 1,4-triazole chelating moiety Rsc Advances. 5: 6993-7000
Wilms CD, Häusser M. (2014) Twitching towards the ideal calcium sensor. Nature Methods. 11: 139-40
Collot M, Loukou C, Yakovlev AV, et al. (2012) Calcium rubies: a family of red-emitting functionalizable indicators suitable for two-photon Ca2+ imaging. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 134: 14923-31
Levy S, Wilms CD, Brumer E, et al. (2011) SpRET: highly sensitive and reliable spectral measurement of absolute FRET efficiency. Microscopy and Microanalysis : the Official Journal of Microscopy Society of America, Microbeam Analysis Society, Microscopical Society of Canada. 17: 176-90
Wilms CD, Häusser M. (2009) Lighting up neural networks using a new generation of genetically encoded calcium sensors. Nature Methods. 6: 871-2
Wilms CD, Eilers J. (2007) Photo-physical properties of Ca2+-indicator dyes suitable for two-photon fluorescence-lifetime recordings. Journal of Microscopy. 225: 209-13
Schmidt H, Kunerth S, Wilms C, et al. (2007) Spino-dendritic cross-talk in rodent Purkinje neurons mediated by endogenous Ca2+-binding proteins. The Journal of Physiology. 581: 619-29
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