Stability of the interface between neural tissue and chronically implanted intracortical microelectrodes.

Abstract

The stability of the interface between neural tissue and chronically implanted microelectrodes is very important for obtaining reliable control signals for neuroprosthetic devices. Stability is also crucial for chronic microstimulation of the cerebral cortex. However, changes of the electrode-tissue interface can be caused by a variety of mechanisms. In the… (More)

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@article{Liu1999StabilityOT, title={Stability of the interface between neural tissue and chronically implanted intracortical microelectrodes.}, author={Xiangxiao Liu and Douglas B. McCreery and Ray R Carter and Leo A. Bullara and Ted G. H. Yuen and William F. Agnew}, journal={IEEE transactions on rehabilitation engineering : a publication of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society}, year={1999}, volume={7 3}, pages={315-26} }