Yiran Lang

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Brain recordings in large animal models and humans typically rely on a tethered connection, which has restricted the spectrum of accessible experimental and clinical applications. To overcome this limitation, we have engineered a compact, lightweight, high data rate wireless neurosensor capable of recording the full spectrum of electrophysiological signals(More)
This paper presents a novel method for inferring the odor based on neural activities observed from rats' main olfactory bulbs. Multichannel extracellular single unit recordings were done by microwire electrodes (tungsten, 50 μm, 32 channels) implanted in the mitral/tufted cell layers of the main olfactory bulb of anesthetized rats to obtain neural responses(More)
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) is an increasingly common technique used to selectively modify neural excitability and plasticity. There is still controversy concerning the cortical response to rTMS of different frequencies. In this study, a novel in vitro paradigm utilizing the Multi-Electrodes Array (MEA) system and acute cerebellar(More)
This paper presents a novel method for inferring the odor based on neural activities observed from rats' main olfactory bulbs. Multi-channel extra-cellular single unit recordings were done by micro-wire electrodes (tungsten, 50μm, 32 channels) implanted in the mitral/tufted cell layers of the main olfactory bulb of anesthetized rats to obtain neural(More)
As the needs of disabled patients are increasingly recognized in society, researchers have begun to use single neuron activity to construct brain-computer interfaces (BCI), designed to facilitate the daily lives of individuals with physical disabilities. BCI systems typically allow users to control computer programs or external devices via signals produced(More)
  • Unjoo Lee, Seung Hoon, Han, Han Sup Kim, Young Bum Kim, Hyun Gi +9 others
  • 2006
Have you ever imagined that you could play an internet game against an animal like a rat? How would you feel if you lose? In the present study, we have developed an internet game driven by and linked to a brain-computer interface (BCI) system. The BCI system translated real-time neuronal activities from prefrontal cortex (PFC), or hippocampaus (CA1) of a(More)
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