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Date posted: 22/10/2007

Most stimulus-induced neural activity occurs during waking hours; however, most neural imaging techniques require animals to be anaesthetised.

That conflict has slowed neuron research considerably. Now, modifications made to a two-photon microscope, have resulted in an imager powerful enough to identify neuron firing in mice that are running on a treadmill.

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