Closed-Loop, Multichannel Experimentation Using the Open-Source NeuroRighter Electrophysiology Platform

  title={Closed-Loop, Multichannel Experimentation Using the Open-Source NeuroRighter Electrophysiology Platform},
  author={Jonathan P Newman and Riley Zeller-Townson and Ming-fai Fong and Sharanya Arcot Desai and Robert E. Gross and Steve M. Potter},
  booktitle={Front. Neural Circuits},
Single neuron feedback control techniques, such as voltage clamp and dynamic clamp, have enabled numerous advances in our understanding of ion channels, electrochemical signaling, and neural dynamics. Although commercially available multichannel recording and stimulation systems are commonly used for studying neural processing at the network level, they provide little native support for real-time feedback. We developed the open-source NeuroRighter multichannel electrophysiology hardware and… CONTINUE READING
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