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This research examines the spatial and temporal characteristics of the responses to stimulation of the barrel cortex in anesthetized rats using optical imaging with particular emphasis on methods of analysis which reduce the effects of low-frequency oscillations on localization of the activated cortical region. Image sequences were captured using a light source with a narrow bandwidth of wavelength (590 ؎ 2 nm). On each trial image data were collected at 15 Hz and stored over a 12-s perioddoi:10.1006/nimg.2000.0705 pmid:11170810 fatcat:oz3gwhurhjbwpiudetylisv4le