Integrated in vivo imaging solution by Neurotar and Prior Scientific

A seamlessly integrated solution allows in vivo microscopy in the brain of awake and moving rodents.

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A collaboration between Prior Scientific (Rockland, MA) and Neurotar (Helsinki, Finland) produced a seamlessly integrated solution for in vivo microscopy in the brain of awake and moving rodents. The Mobile HomeCage solution, based upon Prior's stable and adjustable Z-Deck platform, is an accessory device for microscopy and electrophysiology that enables high-precision tests in the brain of awake, head-fixed, but otherwise freely moving rodents. The system fits into most imaging setups without the need for modifications, and allows combining neurophysiological techniques (such as in vivotwo-photon microscopy, optogenetics, intrinsic optical imaging, and in vivo patch-clamp) with behavioral paradigms in a single experiment.

For more information, please visit www.neurotar.com or www.prior.com.

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