20 July 2017 Genetically expressed voltage sensor ArcLight for imaging large scale cortical activity in the anesthetized and awake mouse (erratum)
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Neurophotonics, 4(3), 039801 (2017). doi:10.1117/1.NPh.4.3.039801
Abstract
This article [Neurophoton. 4(3), 031212 (2017)] was originally published online on 4 May 2017 with an error in a unit of applied light power. A sentence in Sec. 3.3 originally read, “Based on our optics, this LED excitation corresponds to an approximate 40 mW/mm2 overall intensity.” That sentence has been modified to read, “Based on our optics, this LED excitation corresponds to an approximate 40 mW∕cm2 (or 0.4 mW∕mm2) overall intensity.” The stimulus velocity applied to the whisker also has been corrected throughout the paper. The correct velocity value is approximately 1200 deg∕s instead of the previously stated 1700 deg∕s. This article was corrected online on 3 July 2017. It appears correctly in print.
Borden, Ortiz, Waiblinger, Sederberg, Morrissette, Forest, Jaeger, and Stanley: Genetically expressed voltage sensor ArcLight for imaging large scale cortical activity in the anesthetized and awake mouse (erratum)
Peter Y. Borden, Alex D. Ortiz, Christian Waiblinger, Audrey J. Sederberg, Arthur E. Morrissette, Craig R. Forest, Dieter Jaeger, Garrett B. Stanley, "Genetically expressed voltage sensor ArcLight for imaging large scale cortical activity in the anesthetized and awake mouse (erratum)," Neurophotonics 4(3), 039801 (20 July 2017). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.NPh.4.3.039801
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Optical sensors

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Light emitting diodes

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