Silicon microsystems for neuroscience and neural prostheses

  title={Silicon microsystems for neuroscience and neural prostheses},
  author={K. Wise},
  journal={IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine},
  • K. Wise
  • Published 2005
  • Medicine, Engineering
  • IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine
  • Silicon-based microsystems are being developed to interface with the central nervous system (CNS) at the cellular level. Dense three-dimensional (3-D) microelectrode arrays with as many as several hundred sites permit acute and semichronic single-unit recording and stimulation, while on-chip circuitry for site selection, amplification, and multiplexing reduces noise and limits the number of output leads to manageable levels. Hybrid implant-mounted circuitry can be used to separate single units… CONTINUE READING
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