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Extracellular Wire Tetrode Recording in Brain of Freely Walking Insects
 

Extracellular Wire Tetrode Recording in Brain of Freely Walking Insects

Article DOI: 10.3791/51337
April 1st, 2014

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Summary April 1st, 2014

We previously developed a technique for implanting tetrode wires into the central complex of cockroach brains that allows us to monitor activity in individual units of tethered cockroaches. Here we present a modified version of that technique that allows us to also record brain activity in freely moving insects.

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