Application-specific designs of electrode arrays offer an improved effectiveness for providing access to targeted brain regions in neuroscientific research and brain machine interfaces. The simultaneous and stable recording of neuronal ensembles is the main goal in the design of advanced neural interfaces. Here, we describe the development and assembly of highly customizable 3D microelectrode arrays and demonstrate their recording performance in chronic applications in non-human primates.

Versatile, modular 3D microelectrode arrays for neuronal ensemble recordings: from design to fabrication, assembly, and functional validation in non-human primates / Barz, F; Livi, Alessandro; Lanzilotto, Marco; Maranesi, Monica; Bonini, Luca; Paul, O; Ruther, P.. - In: JOURNAL OF NEURAL ENGINEERING. - ISSN 1741-2560. - 14:3(2017), p. 036010. [10.1088/1741-2552/aa5a90]

Versatile, modular 3D microelectrode arrays for neuronal ensemble recordings: from design to fabrication, assembly, and functional validation in non-human primates

LIVI, ALESSANDRO;LANZILOTTO, MARCO;MARANESI, MONICA;BONINI, Luca;
2017

Abstract

Application-specific designs of electrode arrays offer an improved effectiveness for providing access to targeted brain regions in neuroscientific research and brain machine interfaces. The simultaneous and stable recording of neuronal ensembles is the main goal in the design of advanced neural interfaces. Here, we describe the development and assembly of highly customizable 3D microelectrode arrays and demonstrate their recording performance in chronic applications in non-human primates.
Versatile, modular 3D microelectrode arrays for neuronal ensemble recordings: from design to fabrication, assembly, and functional validation in non-human primates / Barz, F; Livi, Alessandro; Lanzilotto, Marco; Maranesi, Monica; Bonini, Luca; Paul, O; Ruther, P.. - In: JOURNAL OF NEURAL ENGINEERING. - ISSN 1741-2560. - 14:3(2017), p. 036010. [10.1088/1741-2552/aa5a90]
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