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Fig. 2. (A) A schematic to represent detectable areas of neural activities by a tetrode. By improved clustering and spike sorting methods, the tetrode can detect neural activities in areas of neural assembles with 280 µm diameters. The reprint of this figure in [26] was permitted by Nature Publishing Group (Springer Nature). (B) A schematic of an experimental setup to study the control of a robot by neural signals recorded by multiple tetrodes, which were implanted in the cortex of the rat. This figure published in [34] is reprinted with a permission of Society for Neuroscience.
Exp Neurobiol 2018;27:453~471
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