<p>A) Varying stimulus duration between 10 and 200 ms shows that the optogenetic stimulation is detected with increasing accuracy as stimulus duration increases. Stimulus durations as short as 10 ms can be detected (Monkey S: n = 133 catch trials, and n = [19 30 19 23 19] trials for each duration [10 25 50 75 200] ms; Monkey I: n = 103 catch trials, and n = [25 15 19 21 24]). B) Increasing the power from 1.5 to 2.5 mW causes and increase in the detectability of the optical stimulation in both monkeys. Error bars indicate standard error of the mean. Data are fitted to a sigmoid (dashed lines).</p

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