The charts below present the trends in the field of molecular optogenetics, based on the analysis of the OptoBase database. For convenience, each chart can be exported as a vector graphics, which you are most welcome to use for your work. If you do so, the images should be referenced with the URL www.OptoBase.org and the following citation:
K. Kolar, C. Knobloch, H. Stork, M. Žnidarič, W. Weber: OptoBase: A web platform for molecular optogenetics. ACS Synth. Biol. 2018; 7: 1825–1828. DOI: 10.1021/acssynbio.8b00120.
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Cumulative number of original research and review publications on molecular optogenetics.
Cumulative number of the original research publications which present optogenetic systems implemented in individual types of host cell lines or organisms.
Cumulative number of the original research publications which present optogenetic systems implemented in individual animals.
Cumulative number of different host cell lines and whole organisms in which optogenetic systems have been already implemented.