Case Studies

At Microprobes for Life Science, we have the privilege of assisting hundreds of investigators worldwide in the design and selection of the most appropriate probes for their research. From learning about the scope and goals of each experiment, anticipating the challenges ahead, and celebrating great results, our engineers are with you every step of the way. To tell the stories of some of these projects, we will be sharing a series of case studies to both highlight the work of these researchers and to inspire others with new study paradigms. We consider this an important part of our Research2Research initiative, which strives to link new investigators with our own experts as well as the expertise of other researchers.

Custom Clustered FMA for Chronic Freely-Behaving Rodent

This case study features a particularly challenging application: Single-unit multichannel recording from closely spaced brain structures in a freely-behaving mouse, using a chronically implanted probe.