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Laser microsurgery for two-photon imaging in fruit flies

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Abstract

We demonstrate precise, minimally invasive, laser microsurgery of the fruit fly cuticle for in vivo brain imaging. Following surgery, flies behave normally, as determined by their phototaxis. We recorded odor-evoked calcium transients with 60% ΔF/F.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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