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Docket NumberTitleKeywordsPublic Release Date
1S17-270Safe and efficient vibrotactile multi-channel stimulation for the treatment of brain disordersKeywords12/6/2017
2S17-163Phase-change nanoparticles for neuromodulation Keywords10/19/2017
3S16-272Personalized neuromodulation therapy for treating tinnitus and other conditionsKeywords7/17/2017
4S14-349Treating impulse control disorders with deep brain stimulation controlled by electrophysiological biomarkersKeywords5/18/2017
5S16-125Activity-dependent expression system for labeling and optogenetic control of neuronal circuitsKeywords2/24/2017
6S15-454Methods for functional brain circuit analysisKeywords4/13/2016
7S15-480Methods for modeling and characterizing brain systemsKeywords4/13/2016
8S15-425Method for chemogenetic suppression of painKeywords3/31/2016
9S15-285bReaCh-ES: An optogenetic tool for stimulating neurons with red lightKeywords11/2/2015
10S14-310Dopamine2 Specific PromoterKeywords3/9/2015
11S14-125Structure-guided transformation of channelrhodopsin into a light-activated chloride channelKeywords9/24/2014
12S12-032Optogenetic animal models for depression and other psychiatric conditionsKeywords12/9/2013
13S12-420Optogenetic control of brain circuits mediating reward and aversionKeywords12/9/2013
14S13-095Selective modulation of anxiety featuresKeywords12/9/2013
15S13-135Improved optogenetic inhibitionKeywords12/9/2013


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