Mini2P - MEMS mirror w. driver board

Founding developers Edvard Moser, May-Britt Moser, and Weijian Zong

 
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Founding developers Edvard Moser, May-Britt Moser, and Weijian Zong

Edvard Moser and May-Britt Moser lead the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience in Trondheim, Norway. In 2014 they received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

Weijian Zong is a researcher at the Kavli Institute for Systems neuroscience where his main research interests are bio-imaging, neuroscience, neuronal computation.


The Mini2P miniscope built for large-scale calcium imaging in freely moving mice allows stable simultaneous recording of more than a thousand cells across multiple planes of densely active cortical regions in a wide spectrum of behavioral tasks without impediment of the animal's behavior.

    CONTENTS 

    The Mini2P - MEMS mirror w. driver board consist of the MEMS mirror soldered on the Mini2P flex PCB and the BDQ PicoAmp 5.4 T180 DR-11-055-00 MEMS mirror driver (driver box and cables not included. See CNC parts for the box).

    Two options: (1) Large-angle A3I variant, and (2) Fast A7M variant.

    FULFILLMENT

    Orders shipped within 6-8 weeks from ordering.

    MIN2P ASSEMBLY

    An assembly tutorial video for the Mini2P can be found here.

    PUBLICATION

    W Zong, HA Obenhaus, ER Skytøen, H Eneqvist, NL de Jong, R Vale, MR Jorge, MB Moser, EI Moser (2022). Large-scale two-photon calcium imaging in freely moving mice. Cell.

    Documentation Source Code Forum


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