Neurology

High-speed microscope captures fleeting brain signals



This shows blood vessels under the 2 photo microscopeCombining two-photon fluorescent microscopy and all-optical laser scanning, researchers can image the brain of an alert mouse 1,000 times a second, recording the passage of millisecond electrical pulses through neurons.

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