Using Light to Demonstrate the Plasticity behind Memory
27 November 2014

This case study aims to gain specific control of one or several neurons in a complex tissue, enabling experiments to probe the plasticity of their inputs, and the targets of their outputs. The Mosaic DMD can provide per pixel intensity control with arbitrary spatial patterning which enables each stimulation pattern to be custom tailored to the neuron of interest. This level of control is much desired for today's increasingly sophisticated experiments to study neuronal circuit’s in-vitro.

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