Optogenetic activation of neocortical neurons in vivo with a sapphire-based micro-scale LED probe

Dataset

Description

Raw data used to generate the figures show in a publication.
DOI: 10.3389/fncir.2015.00025

Folder figure 1 contains the raw data for the I-V and L-I for the LED in tab spaced anci format. The first row contains headings. Data was recorded using a Yokogawa, Source Measure Unit GS610 and a Thorlabs PM100A with a S120VC head.

Folder figure 2 contains the output from a custom written Monte Carlo code used to estimate the power of light in brain tissue from both an LED and Optrode source. Each data set is in a tab spaced anci format. The power is normalised.

Folder figure 3 contains the raw data recorded from a 32 channel neuronexus probe. signals were amplified (HST/32V-G20 and PBX3, Plexon) and digitised at 20,000 Hz (PXI, National Instruments). The data is encoded in 16 bit binary, with 33 channel recording at 20 kS. 1st channel is a sync channel and the rest of
channels are neural signals (32 ch linear probe recording).


Folder figure 4 contains the raw image as a post script image file.
Date made available2015
PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde
Date of data production1 May 2014

Research Output

Open Access
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    McAlinden, N. (Creator), Sakata, S. (Creator), Mathieson, K. (Contributor) (2015). Optogenetic activation of neocortical neurons in vivo with a sapphire-based micro-scale LED probe. University of Strathclyde. Data_for_Frontiers_manuscript(.zip). 10.15129/53ec9764-79b1-4746-b5bc-f45088b5a774