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Photostimulation Module

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Photostimulation ModuleThe HoloStim-3D holographic photostimulation module from Scientifica Ltd. provides turnkey, integrated Spatial Light Modulation (SLM).

By shaping laser beams to generate defined light patterns with individual points projected onto specific cells or cell structures in a biological sample, holographic photostimulation enables the active interrogation of large 3D networks. This optical solution enables simultaneous 3D imaging and photostimulation of hundreds of individual cells to clearly identify the role of neural subtypes and individual neurons in brain circuits and behavior. Cells and subcellular structures in deep brain tissue can be targeted, generating high-quality results.

May/Jun 2021

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