Two-photon calcium imaging during fictive navigation in virtual environments

@inproceedings{Ahrens2013TwophotonCI,
  title={Two-photon calcium imaging during fictive navigation in virtual environments},
  author={Misha B Ahrens and Kuo Hua Huang and Sujatha Narayan and Brett D. Mensh and Florian Engert},
  booktitle={Front. Neural Circuits},
  year={2013}
}
A full understanding of nervous system function requires recording from large populations of neurons during naturalistic behaviors. Here we enable paralyzed larval zebrafish to fictively navigate two-dimensional virtual environments while we record optically from many neurons with two-photon imaging. Electrical recordings from motor nerves in the tail are decoded into intended forward swims and turns, which are used to update a virtual environment displayed underneath the fish. Several… CONTINUE READING
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