GCaMP imaging in the striatum of a mouse with a 600um field of view using the OASIS Implant
This video shows the OASIS Implant being used in combination with the Polygon400 to deliver targeted optogenetic stimulation to different parts of the cortex of a freely-behaving mouse that in turn elicits different behaviours (Courtesy of Dr. Zhigang He and Noaf Alwahab, Harvard Medical School).
Calcium imaging in a freely-behaving mouse with the OASIS Implant.
GCaMP imaging in the striatum of a mouse with a 300um field of view using the OASIS Implant
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This paper will discuss several tools that enable in vivo calcium imaging and optogenetics and their relative merits in an experimental setting. Specifically, the advantages and drawbacks of two-photon imaging, head-mounted microscopes, fiber photometry, and fiberscopes for in vivo imaging and optogenetics will be discussed. Read more.