Recording from the Aplysia Abdominal Ganglion with a Planar Microelectrode Array

  title={Recording from the Aplysia Abdominal Ganglion with a Planar Microelectrode Array},
  author={James L. Novak and Bruce C. Wheeler},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
A passive multimicroelectrode array has been fabricated and used to record neural events from the abdominal ganglion of the marine mollusk, Aplysia californica. The array consists of a pattern of gold conductor lines on a glass substrate which is insulated with a polyimide. The 32 electrodes are 25, in diameter and are arranged in a 4 x 8 matrix on 200 um centers. The array is durable and reusable, and can be safely autoclaved. The recording environment surrounding each electrode is… CONTINUE READING

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