A hybrid clinical-research depth electrode for acute and chronic in vivo microelectrode recording of human brain neurons. Technical note.

@article{Howard1996AHC,
  title={A hybrid clinical-research depth electrode for acute and chronic in vivo microelectrode recording of human brain neurons. Technical note.},
  author={M. Adam Howard and Igor O. Volkov and Mark A. Granner and H M Damasio and M C Ollendieck and Hans E Bakken},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery},
  year={1996},
  volume={84 1},
  pages={129-32}
}
For several decades, important scientific information has been gained from in vivo microelectrode recordings of individual human cerebral cortical neurons in patients with epilepsy. The experimental methods used, however, are technically complex and require a highly skilled intraoperative team. There are also significant experimental time limitations, as well as constraints on the type of behavioral tests conducted, and the brain regions that may be safely studied. In this report, a new method… CONTINUE READING
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