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Organic Light-Emitting Diodes for Optogenetic Stimulation of Drosophila Larvae

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Optogenetics is an emerging method in biology that enables controlling neurons with light. We use organic light-emitting diodes to stimulate neurons in Drosophila larvae and investigate subsequent behavioral changes at different light intensities.

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