Data sets that are significant because of the methods used.
- Simultaneous imaging and loose-seal cell-attached electrical recordings from neurons expressing a variety of genetically encoded calcium indicators. The data is described in: Akerboom, et al JNS 2012 and Chen, et al Nature 2013. The data provides ground truth by recording electrical and GCaMP optical responses simultaneously.
- jRGECO1a and jRCaMP1a characterization in the intact mouse visual cortex, using AAV-based gene transfer, 2-photon imaging and loose-seal cell attached recordings, as described in Dana et al 2016. Contributed by Boaz Mohar, Hod Dana, Douglas S. Kim, and Karel Svoboda, GENIE project, Janelia Research Campus, HHMI.
- tes-1 (transcranial electrical stimulation 1)
- Recordings of electrical potentials in the in vivo human brain induced by transcranial electrical stimulation. Contributed by Y. Huang, A. Liu, B. Lafon, D. Friedman, M. Dayan, X. Wang, M. Bikson, O. Devinsky and L. Parra.
- Simultaneous two-photon imaging and electrophysiological recordings from neurons in the mouse retina and primary visual cortex using OGB and GCamp6. Contributed by Berens, P., Theis, L., Froudarakis, E., Reimer, J., Rosón, M. R., Baden, T., Euler T., Tolias, A.S. & Bethge, M.