Fluorescent Calcium Imaging

17. November 2014 - 10:13

The neurons in this video contain a dye that fluoresces when it encounters calcium ions. When the neuron is excited, calcium floods into the cell and the neuron fluoresces. The researchers monitored experiments such as this one to see which neurons were firing synchronously and which were firing separately.

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