Feasibility of using silicon-substrate recording electrodes within the auditory nerve.

@article{Miller2004FeasibilityOU,
  title={Feasibility of using silicon-substrate recording electrodes within the auditory nerve.},
  author={Charles A. Miller and Barbara K. Robinson and Jamille F. Hetke and Paul J. Abbas and Kirill V. Nourski},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={2004},
  volume={198 1-2},
  pages={48-58}
}
The use of penetrating, silicon-substrate (i.e., "thin-film") probes within a cross-section of a sensory nerve offers the possibility of assessing the pattern and extent of fiber excitation within the nerve. We used acute cat preparations to assess the feasibility of this technique for recordings within the auditory nerve trunk. Four probe configurations fabricated by the University of Michigan Center for Neural Communication Technology were evaluated using acoustic and electric stimuli. Our… CONTINUE READING

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