Noninvasive method to assess the electrical brain activity from rats

@inproceedings{ArceI2013NoninvasiveMT,
  title={Noninvasive method to assess the electrical brain activity from rats},
  author={Rosana FerrariI Aldo Ivan Cespedes ArceI and Mariza Pires de MeloI and Ernane Jose Xavier CostaI},
  year={2013}
}
  • Rosana FerrariI Aldo Ivan Cespedes ArceI, Mariza Pires de MeloI, Ernane Jose Xavier CostaI
  • Published 2013
This research presents a noninvasive method for the acquisition of brain electrical signal in rat. Was used an electroencephalography (EEG) system developed for bovine and adapted to rats. The bipolar electrode system (needle electrodes) was glued on the surface of the head of the animal without surgical procedures and the other electrode was glued to the tail, as ground. The EEG activity was sampled at 120Hz for an hour. The accuracy and precision of the EEG measurement was performed using… CONTINUE READING

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