Action Potential Monitoring Using Neuronanorobots: Neuroelectric Nanosensors

@inproceedings{Martins2015ActionPM,
  title={Action Potential Monitoring Using Neuronanorobots: Neuroelectric Nanosensors},
  author={N. Martins and Wolfram Erlhagen and Robert A. Freitas},
  year={2015}
}
Neuronanorobotics, a key future medical technology that can enable the preservation of human brain information, requires appropriate nanosensors. Action potentials encode the most resource-intensive functional brain data. This paper presents a theoretical design for electrical nanosensors intended for use in neuronanorobots to provide non-destructive, in vivo, continuous, real-time, single-spike monitoring of action potentials initiated and processed within the ~86 x 10 9 neurons of the human… CONTINUE READING

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