Abstract

We used automated, light-based optogenetic mapping in Thy1-ChR2 mice to map forepaw motor movements under titrated levels of ketamine anesthesia. Anesthesia dose affected the amplitude, direction, and complexity of photostimulus-evoked movement types.

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