Nanoelectronics enabled chronic multimodal neural platform in a mouse ischemic model

Citation:

L. Luan, Sullender, C. T., Li, X., Zhao, Z., Zhu, H., Wei, X., Xie, C., and Dunn, A. K., “Nanoelectronics enabled chronic multimodal neural platform in a mouse ischemic model,” Journal of neuroscience methods, vol. 295, pp. 68 - 76, 2018.

Abstract:

Background Despite significant advancements of optical imaging techniques for mapping hemodynamics in small animal models, it remains challenging to combine imaging with spatially resolved electrical recording of individual neurons especially for longitudinal studies. This is largely due to the strong invasiveness to the living brain from the penetrating electrodes and their limited compatibility with longitudinal imaging.

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