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Mouse Retinal Phenotyping

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    Chapter 1 Morphological Survey from Neurons to Circuits of the Mouse Retina
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    Chapter 2 Measuring Retinal Function in the Mouse
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    Chapter 3 Modeling Retinal Diseases Using Genetic Approaches in Mice
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    Chapter 4 Cell Culture Analysis of the Phagocytosis of Photoreceptor Outer Segments by Primary Mouse RPE Cells
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    Chapter 5 Two-Photon Microscopy (TPM) and Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy (FLIM) of Retinal Pigment Epithelium (RPE) of Mice In Vivo
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    Chapter 6 RPE Visual Cycle and Biochemical Phenotypes of Mutant Mouse Models
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    Chapter 7 Use of Direct Current Electroretinography for Analysis of Retinal Pigment Epithelium Function in Mouse Models
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    Chapter 8 Disruption of Rhodopsin Dimerization in Mouse Rod Photoreceptors by Synthetic Peptides Targeting Dimer Interface
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    Chapter 9 Experimental Approaches for Defining the Role of the Ca2+-Modulated ROS-GC System in Retinal Rods of Mouse
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    Chapter 10 Microglia Analysis in Retinal Degeneration Mouse Models
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    Chapter 11 Determination of Mitochondrial Oxygen Consumption in the Retina Ex Vivo: Applications for Retinal Disease
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    Chapter 12 Analysis of Feedback Signaling from Horizontal Cells to Photoreceptors in Mice
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    Chapter 13 Assessment of the Absolute Excitatory Level of the Retina by Flicker ERG
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    Chapter 14 Ex Vivo Functional Evaluation of Synaptic Transmission from Rods to Rod Bipolar Cells in Mice
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    Chapter 15 Functional and Morphological Analysis of OFF Bipolar Cells
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    Chapter 16 Immunohistochemical Phenotyping of Mouse Amacrine Cell Subtypes
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    Chapter 17 Phenotyping of Gap-Junctional Coupling in the Mouse Retina
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    Chapter 18 Ganglion Cell Assessment in Rodents with Retinal Degeneration
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    Chapter 19 Morphological Identification of Melanopsin-Expressing Retinal Ganglion Cell Subtypes in Mice
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    Chapter 20 Functional Assessment of Melanopsin-Driven Light Responses in the Mouse: Multielectrode Array Recordings
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    Chapter 21 In Vitro Assays for Mouse Müller Cell Phenotyping Through microRNA Profiling in the Damaged Retina
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    Chapter 22 Analysis of Retinal Vascular Plexuses and Interplexus Connections
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Chapter title
Functional Assessment of Melanopsin-Driven Light Responses in the Mouse: Multielectrode Array Recordings
Chapter number 20
Book title
Mouse Retinal Phenotyping
Published in
Methods in molecular biology, January 2018
DOI 10.1007/978-1-4939-7720-8_20
Pubmed ID
Book ISBNs
978-1-4939-7719-2, 978-1-4939-7720-8
Authors

Shi-Jun Weng, Jordan M. Renna, Wei-Yi Chen, Xiong-Li Yang

Abstract

Intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cells (ipRGCs) are a special subset of retinal output neurons capable of detecting and responding to light via a unique photopigment called melanopsin. Melanopsin activation is essential to a wide array of physiological functions, especially to those related to non-image-forming vision. Since ipRGCs only constitute a very small proportion of retinal ganglion cells, targeted recording of melanopsin-driven responses used to be a big challenge to vision researchers. Multielectrode array (MEA) recording provides a noninvasive, high throughput method to monitor melanopsin-driven responses. When synaptic inputs from rod/cone photoreceptors are silenced with glutamatergic blockers, extracellular electric signals derived from melanopsin activation can be recorded from multiple ipRGCs simultaneously by tens of microelectrodes aligned in an array. In this chapter we describe how our labs have approached MEA recording of melanopsin-driven light responses in adult mouse retinas. Instruments, tools and chemical reagents routinely used for setting up a successful MEA recording are listed, and a standard experimental procedure is provided. The implementation of this technique offers a useful paradigm that can be used to conduct functional assessments of ipRGCs and NIF vision.

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