Place Cell Mapping and Stress Monitoring in Head-Fixed Mice Navigating an Air-Lifted Homecage

Place Cell Mapping and Stress Monitoring in Head-Fixed Mice Navigating an Air-Lifted Homecage

THU, OCT 10, 2019

Scientists present data on 2-photon imaging of hippocampal place cells and on stress monitoring in head-fixed awake behaving mice.

Understanding Physiological Mechanisms of Opioid Addiction: Advancements in CNS and Respiratory Endpoint Measurement

Understanding Physiological Mechanisms of Opioid Addiction: Advancements in CNS and Respiratory Endpoint Measurement

ON DEMAND COMING SOON

Experts discuss how opioids affect sleep and respiratory depression in preclinical mouse models.

EEG and Telemetry: Best Practices for Managing Large Data Sets to Investigate Key Aspects of Epilepsy in Rodent Models

EEG and Telemetry: Best Practices for Managing Large Data Sets to Investigate Key Aspects of Epilepsy in Rodent Models

ON DEMAND

This webinar is essential for researchers interested in the use of continuous EEG telemetry for seizure assessment in rodent epilepsy models.

Single-Cell Electrophysiology and 2-Photon Imaging in Awake Mice with 2D-Locomotion Tracking

Single-Cell Electrophysiology and 2-Photon Imaging in Awake Mice with 2D-Locomotion Tracking

ON DEMAND

Scientists present case studies featuring single-cell electrophysiology and 2-photon microscopy in head-fixed, behaving mice.

Utilizing Nerve Cuff Electrodes for in vivo Peripheral Nerve Research

Utilizing Nerve Cuff Electrodes for in vivo Peripheral Nerve Research

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Experts discuss novel cuff electrodes for in vivo peripheral nerve research, including the importance of electrode design, how to select the right cuff, implantation techniques and application results from nerve stimulation and blocking.  

Wireless Recording and Stimulation Technologies for in vivo Electrophysiology in Conscious, Freely Behaving Rodents

Wireless Recording and Stimulation Technologies for in vivo Electrophysiology in Conscious, Freely Behaving Rodents

ON DEMAND

Scientists discuss technological advancements and present novel application of new head-mounted, wireless sensors for neural recording and stimulation in conscious, freely moving animals.