Cellular Resolution Functional Imaging in Behaving Rats Using Voluntary Head Restraint

@article{Scott2013CellularRF,
  title={Cellular Resolution Functional Imaging in Behaving Rats Using Voluntary Head Restraint},
  author={Benjamin B. Scott and Carlos D. Brody and David W. Tank},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2013},
  volume={80},
  pages={371-384}
}
High-throughput operant conditioning systems for rodents provide efficient training on sophisticated behavioral tasks. Combining these systems with technologies for cellular resolution functional imaging would provide a powerful approach to study neural dynamics during behavior. Here we describe an integrated two-photon microscope and behavioral apparatus… CONTINUE READING