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Two-photon imaging of mouse retinal boutons in superior colliculus

posted on 01.06.2020 by Sylvia Schroeder, Michael Krumin Krumins, Matteo Rizzi, Leon Lagnado, Kenneth Harris, Matteo Carandini
These data contain activity (in form of calcium traces) of single retinal axon terminals (boutons) imaged in the superior colliculus of mouse. Mice were able to run on a floating ball. Running speed and pupil size were recorded simultaneously. Mice were presented with full-field, drifting, sinusoidal gratings (“gratings”), uniform gray screens (“grayScreen”), darkness (“dark”), or black and white squares on gray background (“noise”).

See Schröder et al. (2020) for details on methods (https://www.cell.com/neuron/fulltext/S0896-6273(20)30318-4).
See boutons ALF definitions.pdf for detailed description of data.


This work was supported by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (grant BB/P003273/1 to MC and SS), by the European Union’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie program (fellowships 62387 to SS), by the Wellcome Trust (grants 205093 and 102264 to MC and KDH; grant 102905 to LL). MC holds the GlaxoSmithKline / Fight for Sight Chair in Visual Neuroscience.



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