Transparent and flexible low noise graphene electrodes for simultaneous electrophysiology and neuroimaging.

@article{Kuzum2014TransparentAF,
  title={Transparent and flexible low noise graphene electrodes for simultaneous electrophysiology and neuroimaging.},
  author={Duygu Kuzum and H. Takano and Euijae Shim and Jason C. Reed and Halvor M Juul and Andrew G. Richardson and Julius de Vries and Hank Bink and Marc A. Dichter and Timothy H. Lucas and Douglas A. Coulter and Ertugrul Cubukcu and Brian Litt},
  journal={Nature communications},
  year={2014},
  volume={5},
  pages={5259}
}
Calcium imaging is a versatile experimental approach capable of resolving single neurons with single-cell spatial resolution in the brain. Electrophysiological recordings provide high temporal, but limited spatial resolution, because of the geometrical inaccessibility of the brain. An approach that integrates the advantages of both techniques could provide new insights into functions of neural circuits. Here, we report a transparent, flexible neural electrode technology based on graphene, which… CONTINUE READING
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