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FlyFizz: Tools to Study Drosophila Brain Physiology
FlyFizz is an evolving webspace dedicated to enabling the exchange of information relating to one growing subfield of Drosophila brain physiology: understanding how neural circuits generate behavior by applying electrophysiological and optical imaging techniques, particularly in behaving flies. We hope this space will become a repository for supplemental information regarding published techniques and a community forum for discussion, software distribution, and job postings.
At the FlyFizz Wiki, you can find descriptions of the Fly-on-a-ball experimental hardware and FlyoVeR: 2D virtual reality software for head-fixed walking flies.
Technical details for the spherical treadmill system described in the methods manuscript on two-photon imaging from tethered walking Drosophila.
FlyoVeR: 2D virtual reality for head-fixed walking flies
Technical details and additional resources to accompany this publication.
For complete information about FlyFizz and related tools, software, and laboratories, please visit the FlyFizz Homepage.