TetrODrive is a lightweight, 3D printed microdrive for electrophysiology and optophysiology. Marcel Brosch and colleagues developed and shared design files and build instructions for this device. TetrODrive can be used for in vivo tetrode recording, optical imaging, and optogenetic manipulation in freely moving mice. A detailed set of step-by-step build instructions can be found on the TetrODrive GitHub, and validation of the device can be found in their recent Journal of Neural Engineering publication.
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