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

Cite this

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