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Optogenetic Cardiac Control in Drosophila Using Red-light

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Red-shifted opsins (ReaChR and halorhodopsin) were expressed in Drosophila melanogaster heart in order to achieve optogenetic pacing using red-light excitation. Controlled heart function was demonstrated in vivo throughout the Drosophila life cycle.

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