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While the development of silicon-substrate microelectrode arrays has enabled chronic recording of single unit activity from multiple neurons simultaneously, accurate interpretation of the signals depend on the anatomical placement of the electrodes. Toward this end, this paper develops an in vivo method for identifying the placement of electrodes based on(More)
Background: Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) methods from direct specimen are widely used for the rapid and accurate detection of mycobacteria infection. In this study, we evaluated two domestically developed detection kits for Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) and nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) using real-time PCR. Methods: A total of 348 samples from(More)
Developments of the past decades have shown it is possible to decode and extract control signals directly from the brain for use in neuromotor prosthetics. Currently, there is a push towards developing closed loop interface systems. Here we describe our early results in a rat model of a sensory/motor neurophysiological feedback control system. Traditional(More)
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