Fiber optic recording systems record the activity of populations of neurons in specific brain regions through a calcium ion fluorescent indicator. In the study of neural circuits, […]
Laser power meters are extensively used in laser-equipped laboratories to measure laser powers and observe the continuous wave (CW laser). They are used to analyze lasers within a particular wavelength and intensity range.
The silicon photodiode-based LP1 laser power meter has a spectral range of 400nm to 1100nm. It uses 633nm of He-Ne laser as a reference wavelength. The spectral sensitivity conversion table given with the apparatus is used for the characteristic measurement of wavelengths between 400-1100nm. It can be installed conveniently, has a small volume, and shuts down automatically after half an hour to facilitate power saving.
ConductScience offers rodent laser power meters.
The MM-500 is designed to meet the diverse positioning needs of the scientific community for patch-clamp experiments, extracellular recording, microinjection, intracellular recording, and precision robotic positioning applications.
The application of optogenetics has been rapidly developing since 2010, it’s research field covers several classical experimental animal species, such as flies, mice, rats, zebrafish, primates (Monkey, cynomolgus monkey, rhesus monkey, etc.). These animals generally have the advantages of short developmental and reproductive cycle and easy integration of foreign genes, thus facilitating the introduction of Photosensitive Protein Gene and the screen of the state of expression.
Optogenetic safety glasses specially made to prevent or reduce laser damage to human eyes. The optogenetics laser goggles come in two variants that work against green and yellow light, as well as a blue and green light.
ConductScience offers Optogenetic Laser Goggles.
The R820 three-color multi-channel optical fiber recording system has three wavelengths, which can record green fluorescent indicators or neurotransmitter probes such as GCaMP and dLight, and […]