LightTrack OiS200 In Vivo Imaging System

The LightTrack OiS200 In Vivo Imaging system is a modular optical imaging system that can be used to image effects of optogenetic stimulation, calcium signalling, Intrinsic Optical Imaging, Fluorescence Imaging and/or Speckle Imaging. These are minimally-invasive techniques for observing brain activity in vivo over a large area of the cortex and at cellular resolutions.

Publications

Movement correction method for laser speckle contrast imaging of cerebral blood flow in cranial windows in rodents. Guilbert, J., & Desjardins, M. (2022).

A Longitudinal Pilot Study on Cognition and Cerebral Hemodynamics in a Mouse Model of Preeclampsia Superimposed on Hypertension: Looking at Mothers and Their Offspring. Trigiani, L. J., Lecrux, C., Royea, J., Lavoie, J. L., Lesage, F., Pilote, L., & Hamel, E. (2021).

Developmental and interventional plasticity of motor maps after perinatal stroke. Zhang, S. Y., Jeffers, M. S., Lagace, D. C., Kirton, A., & Silasi, G. (2021).

Mesoscopic Mapping of Stimulus-Selective Response Plasticity in the Visual Pathways Modulated by the Cholinergic System. Laliberté, G., Othman, R., & Vaucher, E. (2020).

A Pilot Study Investigating Changes in Capillary Hemodynamics and Its Modulation by Exercise in the APP-PS1 Alzheimer Mouse Model. Lu, X., Moeini, M., Li, B., Lu, Y., Damseh, R., Pouliot, P., … & Lesage, F. (2019).

Correlation of hemodynamic and fluorescence signals under resting state conditions in mice’s barrel field cortex. Bélanger, S., Oliveira Ferreira de Souza, B., Casanova, C., & Lesage, F. (2016).

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