Up to two Optoelectrodes and one OSC1Lite driver can be requested from MINT below. The Optoelectrodes are silicon neural probes with 12 blue microLEDs and 32 electrodes. The microLEDs can be driven with the MINT 12-channel current stimulator, OSC1Lite.
Additional Optoelectrodes may be purchased from NeuroLight Technologies by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with desired quantity and type (flexible or acute). For any questions, please send an email to contactMINT@umich.edu.
Artifact Free High-Density microLED Optoelectrodes (coming soon)
The Yoon Lab has developed artifact free high-density microLED Optoelectrodes (yet to be disseminated). Watch Professor Yoon discuss the details of these probes in his talk given at NeuroNex3.
Plexon-Neurolight Webinar Series
Additionally, watch how optoelectrodes are used in the Plexon Neurolight Webinar Series.
High-Density μLED Optoelectrodes for Local Circuit Mapping
Euisik Yoon, Professor, University of Michigan
How to Use μLED Optoelectrodes: Surgery, Data Collection and μLED Control
Mihály Vöröslakos, New York University
Functional Microdissection of a Hippocampal Circuit with High-Density Optrodes
Liset M de la Prida, Instituto Cajal CSIC
Microcircuit Interrogation with Neuron-scale Optogenetics
Dan English, Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech
Preexisting Hippocampal Network Dynamics Constrain Optogenetically Induced Place Fields
Sam Mckenzie, Assistant Professor, University of New Mexico
- Summer 2021 Virtual Training Workshop
- MicroDrive Assembly
- Probe attachment to microdrive
- uLED probe implantation
- Silicon probe recovery v02
- OSC1lite + probe setup
- Testing and stimulating during recording with OSC1lite
- Testing probes and stimulating with OSC1lite (slides)