An eminent way for gaining insight into how neuronal activity determines behavior is to measure brain activity in awake, behaving animals. Drawing reliable conclusions from imaging data collected from behaving mice remains very challenging, as intrinsic tissue movements arising from limb and body motion, breathing, or heartbeats can be extremely difficult to discern from real calcium transients. The struggle with motion artifacts will come to an end with the upcoming new feature of our flagship FEMTO3D Atlas multiphoton microscope.
The first truly 3D, blazing-fast real-time motion correction solution, Femtonics FocusPinner, will be available soon for the acousto-optic FEMTO3D Atlas imaging platform. Be among the first to exploit unprecedented possibilities in ultra-fast 3D two-photon imaging!
The users of Femtonics FocusPinner will be able to:
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FEMTO3D Atlas: Breathrough innovation in two-photon microscopy