Anno2016
AutoriSoloperto A, Palazzolo G, Tsushima H, Chieregatti E, Vassalli M, Difato F
AbstractCurrent optical approaches are progressing far beyond the scope of monitoring the structure and function of living matter, and they are becoming widely recognized as extremely precise, minimally-invasive, contact-free handling tools. Laser manipulation of living tissues, single cells, or even single-molecules is becoming a well-established methodology, thus founding the onset of new experimental paradigms and research fields. Indeed, a tightly focused pulsed laser source permits complex tasks such as developing engineered bioscaffolds, applying calibrated forces, transfecting, stimulating, or even ablating single cells with subcellular precision, and operating intracellular surgical protocols at the level of single organelles. In the present review, we report the state of the art of laser manipulation in neuroscience, to inspire future applications of light-assisted tools in nano-neurosurgery.
RivistaFrontiers In Neuroscience (print)
ISSN1662-4548
Impact factor
Volume10
Pagina inizio
Pagina fine
Autori IBFMassimo VASSALLI
Linee di Ricerca IBFMD.P01.001.001
Sedi IBFIBF.GE