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ZIF-Clip® Headstage Adapters

Adapters for the Most Commonly Used Electrodes

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ZIF-Clip® headstage adapters are available for use with a variety of chronic and acute implantable neural electrode styles. When using adapters, keep in mind that standard operation (differential vs single-ended) varies for acute and chronic preparations and headstages are designed accordingly. When adapting across preparations, carefully note and understand the use of the ground and reference connections provided on each adapter.

Standard operation for ZIF-Clip® headstages is differential. Headstage adapters designed for chronic electrodes can be configured for single-ended operation by tying ground and reference connections together on the adapter.

TDT ZIF-Clip® Headstage Adapters

Select your Adapter Type and Channel Count

Adapter Type Omnetics Mill-Max NeuroNexus* Utah Array Grey Matter nanoZ EIB
Number of Channels 16 (Rigid)

32 (Rigid)

32 (Flex)

64 (Flex)

96 (Flex)

16

32

16 (DIP)

32 (Samtec)

64 (Samtec)

*Compatible with Cambridge NeuroTech

96 60 32

64

16

32

 

From an avid user of our ZIF-Clip® Based microwire arrays

When Dr. Steven Laviolette first contacted TDT he had just moved to the University Of Western Ontario In London and was setting up a new lab for his research on addictive behaviors in humans and animals. After contacting TDT and several other manufacturers, Dr. Laviolette quickly came to the conclusion that System 3’s unique combination of flexibility, configurability, and elegant engineering was the best long term solution for his lab.

Dr. Laviolette has found that our professionally manufactured probes provide more consistency without sacrificing the ability to customize. Each of his arrays is custom configured to follow the contours of the nucleus he is targeting and uses a reference wire very close to the recording site which minimizes the biological noise of muscle activity in his recordings.

Use the Electrodes of your choice or fall in love with TDT ZIF-Clip® based Microwire Arrays.

Dr. Laviolette has now expanded his research and lab to include awake, behaving experiments and video tracking and his use of standard condition paradigms along with protocols for looking at neural circuits has generated groundbreaking papers on the neurobiology of addiction and the role of Dopamine and GABA in addictive behaviors. As his research evolves we continue to work with him to support the complex behavioral and neurophysiological paradigms necessary for his ongoing research.

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