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Manipulating single-unit theta phase-locking with PhaSER: An open-source tool for real-time phase estimation and manipulation


Zoe Christenson-Wick is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Mount Sinai Medical School and will describe the development and use of PhaSER; a low-latency open-source tool which allows her to perform real-time oscillatory phase estimation and apply optogenetic manipulations at precise phases of hippocampal theta during high-density electrophysiological recordings in head-fixed mice while they navigate a virtual environment.


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