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Neuronal Response: Two Photon Calcium Imaging

Experiment Overview

In the Allen Brain Observatory Visual Coding study, an Experiment is composed of a series of three one-hour long two-photon calcium imaging sessions on an awake mouse that exposed to a series of visual stimuli. An experiment is the unique combination of one mouse, one imaging depth (e.g. 175 um from surface of cortex), and one visual area (e.g. “Anterolateral visual area” or “VISal”). All experiments are shown by default on the Experiment Overview page.

Targeted Functional Visual Areas

Area*

Abbreviation

Structure Name

V1

VISp

Primary visual area

LM

VISl

Lateral visual area

AL

VISal

Anterolateral visual area

PM

VISpm

Posteromedial visual area

Experimental Detail Page

Cell List

Cell Detail Page

Information at the level of the individual cell is available from the Cell Detail Page.

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