Chronic in vivo stability assessment of carbon fiber microelectrode arrays.

@article{Patel2016ChronicIV,
  title={Chronic in vivo stability assessment of carbon fiber microelectrode arrays.},
  author={Paras R. Patel and Huanan Zhang and Matthew T Robbins and Justin B Nofar and Shaun P. Marshall and Michael J Kobylarek and Takashi D. Y. Kozai and Nicholas A Kotov and Cynthia A. Chestek},
  journal={Journal of neural engineering},
  year={2016},
  volume={13 6},
  pages={
          066002
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Individual carbon fiber microelectrodes can record unit activity in both acute and semi-chronic (∼1 month) implants. Additionally, new methods have been developed to insert a 16 channel array of carbon fiber microelectrodes. Before assessing the in vivo long-term viability of these arrays, accelerated soak tests were carried out to determine the most stable site coating material. Next, a multi-animal, multi-month, chronic implantation study was carried out with carbon fiber… CONTINUE READING
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