High-Density, Long-Lasting, and Multi-region Electrophysiological Recordings Using Polymer Electrode Arrays

Jason E. Chung, Hannah R. Joo, Jiang Lan Fan, Daniel F. Liu, Alex H. Barnett, Supin Chen, Charlotte Geaghan-Breiner, Mattias P. Karlsson, Magnus Karlsson, Kye Y. Lee, Hexin Liang, Jeremy F. Magland, Jeanine A. Pebbles, Angela C. Tooker, Leslie F. Greengard, Vanessa M. Tolosa, Loren M. Frank

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Abstract

Chung et al. present a large-scale, multi-site, polymer electrode-based recording platform. The modular system is capable of data collection from up to 1,024 channels in freely behaving rats, enabling long-term studies of distributed networks.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)21-31.e5
JournalNeuron
Volume101
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 2 2019

Keywords

  • freely behaving
  • headstage
  • massively parallel
  • modular
  • multi-electrode recording
  • polymer
  • probe
  • rat
  • single neuron
  • spike sorting

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Neuroscience(all)

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