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Here you can read, post and edit information on the design, implantation and maintenance of headposts and recording chambers (see Table of Contents on the left). The wiki also includes information on non-invasive approaches to head restraint. Here you can read, post and edit practical information on the design, implantation and maintenance of headposts and recording chambers (see Table of Contents on the left). The wiki also includes information on non-invasive approaches to head restraint. A discussion forum will be added soon.
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This is an interactive resource for the neuroscience community and we very much welcome new content (e.g. protocols, hints and tips, images, references), discussion and comments. Registers users can add conent to the wiki themselves (see our brief Guidance Document to get started) or by emailing the moderator at: CIwiki@nc3rs.org.uk This is an interactive resource for the neuroscience community and we very much welcome new content (e.g. protocols, hints and tips, images, references) and comments. Registers users can add content to the wiki themselves (see our brief Guidance Document to get started), or by emailing the moderator at: CIwiki@nc3rs.org.uk
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To register to use this wiki, please complete this form and email it to: CIwiki@nc3rs.org.uk To register to use this wiki, please complete this short form and email it to: CIwiki@nc3rs.org.uk

Chronic Implants Wiki

Welcome to the NC3Rs wiki on the use of chronic implants in neuroscience research using non-human primates.

Here you can read, post and edit practical information on the design, implantation and maintenance of headposts and recording chambers (see Table of Contents on the left). The wiki also includes information on non-invasive approaches to head restraint. A discussion forum will be added soon.

This is an interactive resource for the neuroscience community and we very much welcome new content (e.g. protocols, hints and tips, images, references) and comments. Registers users can add content to the wiki themselves (see our brief Guidance Document to get started), or by emailing the moderator at: CIwiki@nc3rs.org.uk

To register to use this wiki, please complete this short form and email it to: CIwiki@nc3rs.org.uk

For further advice on using the MoinMoin wiki engine, see the Help pages on the left.