Ivan Tochitsky

2013 Molecular  University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
"Ivan Tochitsky"
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Richard H. Kramer grad student 2013 UC Berkeley
 (Photochemical control of neuronal activity: Methods and clinical application.)
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Cheng YC, Snavely A, Barrett LB, et al. (2021) Topoisomerase I inhibition and peripheral nerve injury induce DNA breaks and ATF3-associated axon regeneration in sensory neurons. Cell Reports. 36: 109666
Yang L, Tochitsky I, Woolf CJ, et al. (2021) Isolation of Nuclei from Mouse Dorsal Root Ganglia for Single-nucleus Genomics. Bio-Protocol. 11: e4102
Tochitsky I, Jo S, Andrews N, et al. (2021) Inhibition of inflammatory pain and cough by a novel charged sodium channel blocker. British Journal of Pharmacology
Renthal W, Tochitsky I, Yang L, et al. (2020) Transcriptional Reprogramming of Distinct Peripheral Sensory Neuron Subtypes after Axonal Injury. Neuron
Tochitsky I, Kienzler MA, Isacoff E, et al. (2018) Restoring Vision to the Blind with Chemical Photoswitches. Chemical Reviews
Sundberg M, Tochitsky I, Buchholz DE, et al. (2018) Purkinje cells derived from TSC patients display hypoexcitability and synaptic deficits associated with reduced FMRP levels and reversed by rapamycin. Molecular Psychiatry
Laprell L, Tochitsky I, Kaur K, et al. (2017) Photopharmacological control of bipolar cells restores visual function in blind mice. The Journal of Clinical Investigation
Tochitsky I, Trautman J, Gallerani N, et al. (2017) Restoring visual function to the blind retina with a potent, safe and long-lasting photoswitch. Scientific Reports. 7: 45487
Tochitsky I, Helft Z, Meseguer V, et al. (2016) How Azobenzene Photoswitches Restore Visual Responses to the Blind Retina. Neuron
Tochitsky I, Kramer RH. (2015) Optopharmacological tools for restoring visual function in degenerative retinal diseases. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 34: 74-78
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