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Fig. 6. (A) A multimodal microprobe with optical and electrical measurements of neural activities. The multimodal probe consisted of a dual-core optical fiber, which excited fluorescent indicators and collected emitted signals, and an electrical wire to record electrical activities in neurons. This figure in [123] is reprinted with a permission of Nature Publishing Group (Springer Nature). (B) A schematic of an optetrode, which consisted of a single optical fiber with 200 µm core diameters for optogenetic stimulations and a tetrode to record neural activities and changes when the optical stimulation occurs. The re-use of this figure published in [124] was approved by Nature Publishing Group (Springer Nature).
Exp Neurobiol 2018;27:453~471
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