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All-Optical Electrophysiology in iPSC-Derived Neurons with Synthetic NIR Voltage Reporter

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We demonstrate a robust and reproducible protocol to achieve all-optical electrophysiology in human iPCS-derived and primary cell cultures using synthetic voltage sensors and genetically encoded optogenetic actuators while minimizing cell death due to viral transfection.

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