Publications

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J.Y. Sim, M.P. Haney, S.I. Park, J.G. McCall, J.-W. Jeong. Microfluidic neural probes: In vivo tools for advancing neuroscience, Lab on a Chip 10.1039/C7LC00103G (epub ahead of print). (REVIEW)

 Clinical applications of microfluidic neural probes will require advances in chronic and wireless integration with the nervous system

Clinical applications of microfluidic neural probes will require advances in chronic and wireless integration with the nervous system

J. G. McCall, R. Qazi, G. Shin, S. Li, M. H. Ikram, K.-I. Jang, Y. Liu, R. Al-Hasani, M. R. Bruchas*, J.-W. Jeong*, J. A. Rogers*, Preparation and implementation of optofluidic neural probes for in vivo wireless pharmacology and optogenetics, Nature Protocols 12(2): 219-237 (2017)

 Preparation of a wireless, self-contained optofluidic device

Preparation of a wireless, self-contained optofluidic device

G. Shin, Y.R*. Jeong*, A.M. Gomez*, J. Kim*, R. Al-Hasani*, Z. Xie, A. Banks, J. Kurniawan, J. Tureb, Z. Guo, S.Y. Han, C.J. Yoo, J.-L. Lee, S.H. Lee, J. Yoon, S.-I. Park, S.Y. Bang, V. Samineni, A. Mickle, J.G. McCall, P.T. Pan, T.-i. Kim, J.K. Kim, Y. Li, Y. Huang, R.W. Gereau IV, M.R. Bruchas*, J.S. Ha*, J.A. Rogers*. A low cost, fully implantable optoelectronics technology with near-field wireless operation for broad application in optogenetics, Neuron, 93: 509-521 (2017).

 Near field communication enabled subcutaneous devices for optogenetics

Near field communication enabled subcutaneous devices for optogenetics

S.I Park, G.Shin, J.G. McCall, R. Al-Hasani, A.J. Norris, L. Xia, D.S. Brenner, K.N. Noh, S.Y. Bang, D.L. Bhatti, K.I. Jang, S.K. Kang, A.D. Mickle, R.W. Gereau IV, M.R. Bruchas, J.A. Rogers. Stretchable multi-channel antennas in soft wireless optoelectronic implants for optogenetics, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(50):E8169–8177 (2016).

 Ultra high frequency powered subcutaneous devices drive arousal behaviors in mice

Ultra high frequency powered subcutaneous devices drive arousal behaviors in mice

D.-O. Seo, S.C. Funderburk, D.L. Bhatti, L. Motard, D. Newbold, K. Girven, J.G. McCall, M.J. Krashes, D.R. Sparta, M.R. Bruchas. A GABAergic projection from the centromedial nuclei of the amygdala to ventromedial prefrontal cortex modulates reward behavior, Journal of Neuroscience, 36 (42): 10831-10842 (2016).

 Long-range GABA projection from centromedial amygdala to ventromedial prefrontal cortex modulates reward-related behaviors

Long-range GABA projection from centromedial amygdala to ventromedial prefrontal cortex modulates reward-related behaviors

 Human dorsal root ganglia neurons fire action potentials in response to current injection

Human dorsal root ganglia neurons fire action potentials in response to current injection

 Chemogenetic Gαs signaling in the basolateral amygdala drives acute anxiety-like behavior

Chemogenetic Gαs signaling in the basolateral amygdala drives acute anxiety-like behavior

N.A. Crowley, D.W. Bloodgood, J.A. Hardaway, A. Kendra, J.G. McCall, R. Al-Hasani, N.M. McCall, Z.L. Schools, M.J. Krashes, B.B. Lowell, J.L. Whistler, M.R. Bruchas, T.L. Kash. Dynorphin controls the gain of an amygdalar anxiety circuit, Cell Reports 14(12):2774-83 (2016).

 Kappa opioid receptor activation modulates an anxiolytic projection from the BNCT-BLA

Kappa opioid receptor activation modulates an anxiolytic projection from the BNCT-BLA

S.K. Kang*, R. Murphy*, S.W. Hwang*, D.V. Harburg*, N.A. Kruger, P. Gamble, H. Cheng, S. Yu, Z. Liu, J. Shin, J.G. McCall, M. Stephens, H. Ying, G. Park, R.C. Webb, C.H. Lee, S. Chung, D.S. Wie, A. Gujar, A.H. Kim, K.M. Lee, J. Cheng, Y. Huang, P.V. Braun, Z. Ray, J.A. Rogers. Bioresorbable silicon electronic sensors for the brain, Nature 530(7588): 71-6 (2016).

 A wireless, bioresbable intracranial pressure sensor has minimal gliosis over time

A wireless, bioresbable intracranial pressure sensor has minimal gliosis over time

S.I. Park, G. Shin, A. Banks, J.G. McCall, E.R. Siuda, M.J. Schmidt, C. Mazuski, E.D. Herzog, M.R. Bruchas, J.A. Rogers. Ultraminiaturized Photovoltaic and Radio Frequency Powered Optoelectronic Systems for Wireless Optogenetics, Journal of Neural Engineering. 12, 056002 (2015).

 Miniaturization of initial radiofrequency scavenging device

Miniaturization of initial radiofrequency scavenging device

E.R. Siuda, J.G. McCall, R. Al-Hasani, G. Shin, S.l. Park, M.J. Schmidt, S.L. Anderson, W.J. Planer, J.A. Rogers, M.R. Bruchas. Optodynamic simulation of b-adrenergic receptor signaling, Nature Communications 6:8480 (2015). 

 Optogenetic manipulation of beta adrenergic signaling in the basolateral amygdala drives anxiety-like behavior

Optogenetic manipulation of beta adrenergic signaling in the basolateral amygdala drives anxiety-like behavior

S.E. Schindler, J.G. McCall, P. Yang, K.L. Hyrc, M. Li, C.L. Tucker, J.M. Lee, M.R. Bruchas, M.I. Diamond. Photo-activatable Cre recombinase regulates gene expression in vivo, Scientific Reports. 5: 13627 (2015).  #9 on Scientifica’s “Top 10 discoveries in 10 years of optogenetics”.

 Photo-activation of a modifed Cre recombinase allows for selective recombination

Photo-activation of a modifed Cre recombinase allows for selective recombination

R. Al-Hasani*, J.G. McCall*(co-first author), G. P. Schmitz, G. Shin, J.M. Bernardi, D.Y. Hong, N.A. Crowley, M.J. Krashes, B.B. Lowell, T.L. Kash J.A. Rogers, M.R. Bruchas. Distinct subpopulations of nucleus accumbens dynorphin neurons drive aversion or reward, Neuron 87, 1063-77 (2015). Recommended on F1000Prime.

 Anatomically distinct subpopulations of nucleus accumbens dynorphin neurons mediate opposing behaviors

Anatomically distinct subpopulations of nucleus accumbens dynorphin neurons mediate opposing behaviors

 Concurrent cannabinoid and mu opioid activation in the nucleus accumbens synergistically drives food seeking behavior

Concurrent cannabinoid and mu opioid activation in the nucleus accumbens synergistically drives food seeking behavior

J.G. McCall, R. Al-Hasani, E.R. Siuda, D.Y. Hong, A.J. Norris, C.P.Ford, M.R. Bruchas. CRH engagement of the locus coeruleus noradrenergic system mediates stress-induced anxiety, Neuron. 87, 605-620 (2015). Commentary in Neuron.

J.W. Jeong*, J.G. McCall*(co-first author), G. Shin, Y. Zhang, R. Al-Hasani, M. Kim, S. Li, J.Y. Sim, D.Y. Hong, Y. Shi, G. P. Schmitz, L. Xia, Z. He, P. Gamble, Z. Ray, Y. Huang, M.R. Bruchas, J.A. Rogers. Wireless optofluidic systems for programmable in vivo pharmacology and optogenetics, Cell. 162, 662-674 (2015). Commentary in Cell Systems; #5 on Scientifica’s “Top 10 discoveries in 10 years of optogenetics”.

Wireless optofluidics neural probes

E.R. Siuda*, B.A. Copits*, M.J. Schmidt*, M.A. Baird*, R. Al-Hasani, W.J. Planer, S.C. Funderburk, J.G. McCall, R.W. Gereau IV, M.R. Bruchas. Spatiotemporal control of opioid signaling and behavior, Neuron 86, 923-935 (2015). Commentary in Neuron; #2 on Scientifica’s “Top 10 discoveries in 10 years of optogenetics”.

G. S. Portugal*, R. Al-Hasani*, A.K. Fakira*, J.L. Gonzalez-Romero, Z. Melyan, J.G. McCall, M.R. Bruchas, J.A. Morón. Hippocampal Long-Term Potentiation Is Disrupted during Expression and Extinction But Is Restored after Reinstatement of Morphine Place Preference, Journal of Neuroscience 34, 527–538 (2014).

 Blocking the NR2b subunit of NMDARs in the hippocampus blocks reinstatement of morphine conditioned place preference

Blocking the NR2b subunit of NMDARs in the hippocampus blocks reinstatement of morphine conditioned place preference

J.G. McCall*(co-first author), T.-I. Kim*, G.C. Shin*, Y.H. Jung, X. Huang, R. Al-Hasani, F. Omenetto, M.R. Bruchas, J.A. Rogers. Fabrication of flexible, multimodal light-emitting devices for wireless optogenetics, Nature Protocols. 8, 2413–2428 (2013). Cover article.

How to build flexible wireless µ-ILED devices