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Research ideas on research areae of design of recording and stimulation neural electrodes simulation of electrodes in the brain

1. Biophysical characterization of local field potential recordings from directional deep brain stimulation electrodes
2. Neural tissue-microelectrode interaction: Brain micromotion, electrical impedance, and flexible microelectrode insertion
3. Neural recording and stimulation using wireless networks of microimplants
4. Electrode pooling can boost the yield of extracellular recordings with switchable silicon probes
5. Novel Composite Gold-Aluminum Electrode with Application to Neural Recording and Stimulation in Ultrahigh Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging Scanners
6. Electrochemical safety limits for clinical stimulation investigated using depth and strip electrodes in the pig brain
7. Technology of deep brain stimulation: current status and future directions
8. Deep Brain Stimulation: Challenges at the Tissue‐Electrode Interface and Current Solutions
9. A minimally invasive flexible electrode array for simultaneous recording of ECoG signals from multiple brain regions
10. Improving the effect of transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS): A systematic review
11. Image-based biophysical modeling predicts cortical potentials evoked with subthalamic deep brain stimulation
12. Flexible, high-resolution thin-film electrodes for human and animal neural research
13. Electrode materials for brain–machine interface: A review
14. External induction and stabilization of brain oscillations in the human
15. Design and material for a patternable polysiloxane acrylate-based penetrating intracortical neural probe
16. Compensation Strategies for Bioelectric Signal Changes in Chronic Selective Nerve Cuff Recordings: A Simulation Study
17. Electrodes Array (SEA): Extremely Dense and High-Count Silicon-Based Electrode Array Technology for High-Resolution High-Bandwidth Interfacing with 3D Neural
18. Optimal closed-loop deep brain stimulation using multiple independently controlled contacts
19. EEG-based diagnostics of the auditory system using cochlear implant electrodes as sensors
20. Modeling the Impact of Surrounding Dielectric Width on the Range and Shape of the Recording Volume of Disc Microelectrodes
21. Customizing MRI‐Compatible Multifunctional Neural Interfaces through Fiber Drawing
22. Intrinsic functional neuron-type selectivity of transcranial focused ultrasound neuromodulation
23. Double-layer flexible neural probe with closely spaced electrodes for high-density in vivo brain recordings
24. Transcranial Electrical Stimulation targeting limbic cortex increases the duration of human deep sleep
25. Neurostimulator for Hippocampal Memory Prosthesis
26. Concealed EEG Data Collection for Brain-Computer-Interfaces–Real-World Neural Observation Through OpenBCI Amplifiers with Around-the-Ear cEEGrid Electrodes
27. Computational and Histological Analyses for Investigating Mechanical Interaction of Thermally Drawn Fiber Implants with Brain Tissue
28. MXene-infused bioelectronic interfaces for multiscale electrophysiology and stimulation
29. Array processing of neural signals recorded from the peripheral nervous system for the classification of action potentials
30. How is flexible electronics advancing neuroscience research?
31. Simulations to Characterize Electrical Nerve Thresholds): A pipeline for sample-specific computational modeling of electrical stimulation of peripheral nerves
32. Multi-objective data-driven optimization for improving deep brain stimulation in Parkinson’s disease
33. Energy-Efficient Integrated Circuit Solutions Toward Miniaturized Closed-Loop Neural Interface Systems
34. Efficient Neural Recording Amplifier for Brain Machine Interface
35. The development of microfabricated solenoids with magnetic cores for micromagnetic neural stimulation
36. Generative adversarial neural networks maintain decoder accuracy during signal disruption in simulated long-term recordings from brain computer interfaces
37. Stretchable gold nanowire-based cuff electrodes for low-voltage peripheral nerve stimulation
38. Adaptive and multifunctional hydrogel hybrid probes for long-term sensing and modulation of neural activity
39. Transcranial alternating current stimulation entrains alpha oscillations by preferential phase synchronization of fast-spiking cortical neurons to stimulation
40. Modelling and prediction of the dynamic responses of large-scale brain networks during direct electrical stimulation
41. localisation within peripheral nerves through evoked activity recordings: A comparison between electrical impedance tomography and multi-electrode arrays
42. The Future of Neuroscience: Flexible and Wireless Implantable Neural Electronics
43. The impact of individual electrical fields and anatomical factors on the neurophysiological outcomes of tDCS: A TMS-MEP and MRI study
44. Closed-loop neural prostheses with on-chip intelligence: A review and a low-latency machine learning model for brain state detection
45. Electrophysiological analysis of brain organoids: current approaches and advancements
46. Implantable aptamer–field-effect transistor neuroprobes for in vivo neurotransmitter monitoring
47. An 8-Channel Bidirectional Neurostimulator IC with a Highly-Linear High-Dynamic-Range ADC-Direct Architecture for Simultaneous Recording and Stimulation
48. The impact of synchronous versus asynchronous electrical stimulation in artificial vision
49. Measurement, manipulation and modeling of brain-wide neural population dynamics
50. Safety evaluation of a new setup for transcranial electric stimulation during magnetic resonance imaging
51. Three-dimensional, multifunctional neural interfaces for cortical spheroids and engineered assembloids
52. Carbon-based neural electrodes: promises and challenges
53. Achieving long-term stability of thin-film electrodes for neurostimulation
54. Sharpened and mechanically durable carbon fiber electrode arrays for neural interfacing
55. Functional MRI based simulations of ECoG grid configurations for optimal measurement of spatially distributed hand-gesture information
56. Advances in Carbon-Based Microfiber Electrodes for Neural Interfacing
57. Deep brain stimulation programming strategies: segmented leads, independent current sources, and future technology
58. Analysing vagus nerve spontaneous activity using finite element modelling
59. Rapid, dose-dependent enhancement of cerebral blood flow by transcranial AC stimulation in mouse
60. A 46-channel Vector Stimulator with 50mV Worst-Case Common-Mode Artifact for Low-Latency Adaptive Closed-Loop Neuromodulation
61. Crosstalk in polymer microelectrode arrays
62. High-density mapping of primate digit representations with a 1152-channel µECoG array
63. DBS electrode localization and rotational orientation detection using SQUID-based magnetoencephalography
64. Ultra‐Sharp Nanowire Arrays Natively Permeate, Record, and Stimulate Intracellular Activity in Neuronal and Cardiac Networks
65. Modelling multiregional brain activity
66. Emerging Materials and Technologies with Applications in Flexible Neural Implants: A Comprehensive Review of Current Issues with Neural Devices
67. Dimensional scaling of thin-film stimulation electrode systems in translational research
68. Implantable Optoelectronic Neural Interface for Optogenetics
69. Recording brain responses to TMS of primary motor cortex by EEG–utility of an optimized sham procedure
70. Technological Challenges in the Development of Optogenetic Closed-Loop Therapy Approaches in Epilepsy and Related Network Disorders of the Brain
71. Implantable Thin Film Devices as Brain-Computer Interfaces: Recent Advances in Design and Fabrication Approaches
72. Validation of a parameterized, open-source model of nerve stimulation
73. Micro-coil probes for magnetic intracortical neural stimulation: Trade-offs in materials and design
74. Implantable Brain Computer Interface Devices Based on Mems Technology
75. Neuromodulation Effect of Very Low Intensity Transcranial Ultrasound Stimulation on Multiple Nuclei in Rat Brain
76. Electrophysiology Read-Out Tools for Brain-on-Chip Biotechnology
77. FPGA Design Integration of a 32-Microelectrodes Low-Latency Spike Detector in a Commercial System for Intracortical Recordings. Digital 2021, 1, 34–53
78. Intrafascicular peripheral nerve stimulation produces fine functional hand movements in primates
79. Neuropixels 2.0: A miniaturized high-density probe for stable, long-term brain recordings
80. Subcutaneous Ports for Chronic Nerve Cuff and Intramuscular Electrode Stimulation in Animal Models
81. Responsive manipulation of neural circuit pathology by fully implantable, front-end multiplexed embedded neuroelectronics
82. FPGA Design Integration of a 32-Microelectrodes Low-Latency Spike Detector in a Commercial System for Intracortical Recordings
83. Uncovering biomarkers during therapeutic neuromodulation with PARRM: Period-based Artifact Reconstruction and Removal Method
84. An Intracortical Implantable Brain-Computer Interface for Telemetric Real-Time Recording and Manipulation of Neuronal Circuits for Closed-Loop Intervention
85. Development and review of a sub-millimeter-sized cell-scale micro-magnetic stimulation device
86. Improvements on spatial coverage and focality of deep brain stimulation in pre-surgical epilepsy mapping
87. Effect of skull thickness and conductivity on current propagation for noninvasively injected currents
88. Atlas-independent, N-of-1 tissue activation modeling to map optimal regions of subthalamic deep brain stimulation for Parkinson disease
89. Stimulation and Recording of the Hippocampus Using the Same Pt-Ir Coated Microelectrodes
90. Conducting double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trials of transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS)
91. Three-micrometer-diameter needle electrode with an amplifier for extracellular in vivo recordings
92. Amplitude modulated transcranial alternating current stimulation (AM-TACS) efficacy evaluation via phosphene induction
93. Computational investigation of the impact of deep brain stimulation contact size and shape on neural selectivity
94. Orientation of Temporal Interference for Non-invasive Deep Brain Stimulation in Epilepsy
95. Alpha oscillations modulate premotor-cerebellar connectivity in motor learning: Insights from transcranial alternating current stimulation
96. Theta-burst stimulation entrains frequency-specific oscillatory responses
97. Customizing Multifunctional Neural Interfaces through Thermal Drawing Process
98. The Potential of Closed‐Loop Endovascular Neurostimulation as a Viable Therapeutic Approach for Drug Resistant Epilepsy: A Critical Review
99. A comparison of insertion methods for surgical placement of penetrating neural interfaces
100. Postoperative lead movement after deep brain stimulation surgery and the change of stimulation volume
101. Simultaneous intra-and extracochlear electrocochleography during electrode insertion
102. Designing a bidirectional, adaptive neural interface incorporating machine learning capabilities and memristor-enhanced hardware
103. High-density neural recordings from feline sacral dorsal root ganglia with thin-film array
104. Prior context influences motor brain areas in an auditory oddball task and prefrontal cortex multitasking modelling
105. Closed-loop plantar cutaneous augmentation by electrical nerve stimulation could increase ankle plantarflexion at treadmill walking
106. Inkjet-Printed and Electroplated 3D Electrodes for Recording Extracellular Signals in Cell Culture
107. TetrODrive: An open-source microdrive for combined electrophysiology and optophysiology
108. Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Deep Brain Stimulation Think Tank: Advances in Optogenetics, Ethical Issues Affecting DBS Research, Neuromodulatory
109. Long term evolution of fast ripples during epileptogenesis
110. Wearable and Implantable Electroceuticals for Therapeutic Electrostimulations
111. Sufficient sampling for kriging prediction of cortical potential in rat, monkey, and human µECoG
112. 3D high-density microelectrode array with optical stimulation and drug delivery for investigating neural circuit dynamics
113. Use of a physiological reflex to standardize vagal nerve stimulation intensity improves data reproducibility in a memory extinction assay
114. Extending convolutional neural networks for localizing the subthalamic nucleus from micro-electrode recordings in Parkinson’s disease
115. Advances in Implantable Microelectrode Array Insertion and Positioning
116. Distributed source modeling of intracranial stereoelectro-encephalographic measurements
117. Adaptive tracking of human ECoG network dynamics
118. EEG Spectral Comparison Between Occipital and Prefrontal Cortices for Early Detection of Driver Drowsiness
119. Impact of brain shift on neural pathways in deep brain stimulation: a preliminary analysis via multi-physics finite element models
120. Restoration of breathing after opioid overdose and spinal cord injury using temporal interference stimulation
121. Biomedical and tissue engineering strategies to control foreign body reaction to invasive neural electrodes
122. Perception of microstimulation frequency in human somatosensory cortex
123. Removal of Electrocardiogram Artifacts From Local Field Potentials Recorded by Sensing-Enabled Neurostimulator
124. 3D interfacing between soft electronic tools and complex biological tissues
125. Using Interleaved Stimulation to Measure the Size and Selectivity of the Sustained Phase-Locked Neural Response to Cochlear Implant Stimulation
126. Implantable Optrode Array for Optogenetic Modulation and Electrical Neural Recording
127. Intracortical microelectrode array unit yield under chronic conditions: a comparative evaluation
128. Analysis and Reduction of Nonlinear Distortion in AC-Coupled CMOS Neural Amplifiers with Tunable Cutoff Frequencies
129. Emerging bioelectronics for brain organoid electrophysiology
130. Exploring the inhibitory effect of low-frequency magnetic fields on epileptiform discharges in juvenile rat hippocampus
131. Spatio-temporal characterization of causal electrophysiological activity stimulated by single pulse focused ultrasound: an ex vivo study on hippocampal brain slices
132. Effects of tDCS Dose and Electrode Montage on regional cerebral blood flow and motor behavior
133. Recruitment of upper-limb motoneurons with epidural electrical stimulation of the cervical spinal cord
134. A multimodal study of the effects of tDCS on dorsolateral prefrontal and temporo‐parietal areas during dichotic listening
135. Potentials and limitations of directional deep brain stimulation: a simulation approach
136. A 30-printed Fat-I BC-enabled prosthetic arm: Control based on brain neuronal data
137. Mapping cochlear duct length to electrically evoked compound action potentials in cochlear implantation
138. Novel graphene electrode for retinal implants: an in vivo biocompatibility study
139. Small footprint optoelectrodes using ring resonators for passive light localization
140. Recent advances in three-dimensional microelectrode array technologies for in vitro and in vivo cardiac and neuronal interfaces
141. Current solutions and future trends for robotic prosthetic hands
142. Long-term brain network reorganization predicts responsive neurostimulation outcomes for focal epilepsy
143. 3D-structured soft bioelectronic devices with crack-free metal patterns
144. 3D electrodes for bioelectronics
145. Silicon Carbide and MRI: Towards Developing a MRI Safe Neural Interface
146. Progress in Brain Computer Interface: Challenges and Potentials
147. Effects of single-session transcranial direct current stimulation on reactive response inhibition
148. Noninvasive Brain–Machine Interfaces for Robotic Devices
149. Neural Probe Utilizing Programmable Micro-coil Magnetic Stimulation
150. Interfacing Hearing Implants with the Brain: Closing the Loop with Intracochlear Brain Recordings
151. Closed-loop enhancement and neural decoding of cognitive control in humans
152. Stoney vs. Histed: Quantifying the spatial effects of intracortical microstimulation
153. Relationship between electrocochleography, angular insertion depth, and cochlear implant speech perception outcomes
154. Outan: An On-Head System for Driving µLED Arrays Implanted in Freely Moving Mice
155. A Critical Review of Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation for Neuromodulation in Clinical and Non-clinical Samples
156. Deep Brain Stimulation via Electrical and Optical Devices
157. A Bidirectional Neural Interface SoC With Adaptive IIR Stimulation Artifact Cancelers
158. Evoking highly focal percepts in the fingertips through targeted stimulation of sulcal regions of the brain for sensory restoration
159. Cochlear implants: Modeling electrophysiological responses
160. A framework for designing data-driven optimization systems for neural modulation
161. Simulation-based clarification of appropriate factors for presenting phosphene in two directions avoiding electrical interference
162. Visual cortical prosthesis: an electrical perspective
163. Mechanics strategies for implantation of flexible neural probes
164. A Chopped Neural Front-end featuring Input Impedance Boosting with suppressed offset-induced charge transfer
165. Conjugated Polymer for Implantable Electronics toward Clinical Application
166. What do intracerebral electrodes measure?
167. Biomimetic integrated olfactory sensory and olfactory bulb systems in vitro based on a chip
168. Human neuromuscular junction on micro-structured microfluidic devices implemented with a custom micro electrode array (MEA)
169. Hydrogel facilitated bioelectronic integration
170. Bi-Temporal Anodal Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation during Slow-Wave Sleep Boosts Slow-Wave Density but Not Memory Consolidation
171. Carbon fiber electrodes for intracellular recording and stimulation
172. Cut wires: The Electrophysiology of Regenerated Tissue
173. The Effects of Transcranial Electric Stimulation on the Modulation of Electric Fields and Neuronal Firing Rates Within the Human Brain
174. GaN-on-silicon MicroLEDs for neural interfaces
175. Multi-channel transcranial temporally interfering stimulation (tTIS): application to living mice brain
176. Mechanism behind the neuronal ephaptic coupling during synchronizing by specific brain-triggered wave as neuronal motor toolkit
177. Transcranial evoked potentials can be reliably recorded with active electrodes
178. Prediction of Speech Onset by Micro-Electrocorticography of the Human Brain
179. Multimodal Investigation of the Efficiency and Stability of Microstimulation using Electrodes Coated with PEDOT/CNT and Iridium Oxide
180. When Is Simultaneous Recording Necessary? A Guide for Researchers Considering Combined EEG-fMRI
181. A temporal-spatial deep learning approach for driver distraction detection based on EEG signals
182. Review of Ultra-Low-Power CMOS Amplifier for Bio-electronic Sensor Interface
183. Toward integrative approaches to study the causal role of neural oscillations via transcranial electrical stimulation
184. In vivo spatiotemporal patterns of oligodendrocyte and myelin damage at the neural electrode interface
185. Subthalamic and pallidal deep brain stimulation: are we modulating the same network?
186. Silicon Carbide and MRI: Towards Developing a MRI Safe Neural Interface. Micromachines 2021, 12, 126
187. Detection of< 12 µVRMS Extracellular Action Potential and Local Field Potential by Optimum Design of a Single Pixel Electrolyte-Oxide-MOSFET Interface in
188. NeuroDAC: an open-source arbitrary biosignal waveform generator
189. Anomalous low impedance for small platinum microelectrodes
190. Redundant Crossfire: A Technique to Achieve Super-Resolution in Neurostimulator Design by Exploiting Transistor Mismatch
191. A Low-Cost Research Platform for Brain-Computer-Interface Applications in Mixed Reality
192. Rapid extraction of the spatial distribution of physical saliency and semantic informativeness from natural scenes in the human brain
193. Full gaze contingency provides better reading performance than head steering alone in a simulation of prosthetic vision
194. On the road to the brain-on-a-chip. A review on strategies, methods, and applications
195. Standard Non-Personalized Electric Field Modeling of Twenty Typical tDCS Electrode Configurations via the Computational Finite Element Method: Contributions and
196. Characterization of the Insular Role in Cardiac Function through Intracranial Electrical Stimulation of the Human Insula
197. Proprieties of adhesive surface arrays to thyroid cartilage for recurrent laryngeal nerve monitoring
198. An electronic neuromorphic system for real-time detection of high frequency oscillations (HFO) in intracranial EEG
199. Degradable endovascular neural interface for minimally invasive neural recording and stimulation
200. Visual percepts evoked with an intracortical 96-channel microelectrode array inserted in human occipital cortex
201. A fully transparent, flexible PEDOT: PSS–ITO–Ag–ITO based microelectrode array for ECoG recording
202. Wearable and Implantable Soft Bioelectronics: Device Designs and Material Strategies
203. Detection of Resting-State Functional Connectivity from High-Density Electroencephalography Data: Impact of Head Modeling Strategies
204. DATA-DRIVEN OPTIMIZATION SYSTEMS FOR NEURAL MODULATION: WITH APPLICATIONS IN OPTOGENETIC AND ELECTRICAL BRAIN STIMULATION
205. Scalable nanophotonic neural probes for multicolor and on-demand light delivery in brain tissue
206. Rapid and low cost manufacturing of cuff electrodes
207. Methodological considerations for studying neural oscillations
208. Electrode Materials for Chronic Electrical Microstimulation
209. The neural architecture of language: Integrative modeling converges on predictive processing
210. EEGs Vary Less Between Lab and Home Locations Than They Do Between People
211. A multimodal 3D neuro-microphysiological system with neurite-trapping microelectrodes
212. Neural surprise in somatosensory Bayesian learning
213. Transparent and Flexible Electrocorticography Electrode Arrays Based on Silver Nanowire Networks for Neural Recordings
214. The Electricity and Foundation of Electrophysiology: Techniques and Interpretation
215. Imaging patients pre and post deep brain stimulation: Localization of the electrodes and their targets
216. Design and Implementation ofReal-time Electrical Stimulation Artifact Suppression based on STM32
217. Multi-scale neural decoding and analysis
218. charge transfer on the clinically used conical Utah electrode array: charge storage capacity, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy and effective electrode area
219. Neural Latents Benchmark’21: Evaluating latent variable models of neural population activity
220. The future of neuromodulation: smart neuromodulation
221. Transparent and flexible microelectrode arrays based on graphene for multimodal neural interfaces
222. Minimally invasive electroceutical catheter for endoluminal defect sealing
223. Effect of focality of transcranial currents on neural responses
224. What we can and what we cannot see with extracellular multielectrodes
225. High definition transcranial direct current stimulation (HD-tDCS): A systematic review on treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders
226. Carbon Nanotube Modified Microelectrode Array for Neural Interface
227. MXtrodes: MXene-infused bioelectronic interfaces for multiscale electrophysiology and stimulation
228. Design of an Integrated CMOS Transceiver with Wireless Power and Data Telemetry with Application to Implantable Flexible Neural Probes
229. Decoding Neural Activity in Sulcal and White Matter Areas of the Brain to Accurately Predict Individual Finger Movement and Tactile Stimuli of the Human
230. Graphene active sensor arrays for long-term and wireless mapping of wide frequency band epicortical brain activity
231. All-Tissue-like Multifunctional Optoelectronic Mesh for Deep-Brain Modulation and Mapping
232. Left Frontal EEG Power Responds to Stock Price Changes in a Simulated Asset Bubble Market
233. Conductive Polymer‐Based Bioelectronic Platforms toward Sustainable and Biointegrated Devices: A Journey from Skin to Brain across Human Body Interfaces
234. Neural effects of propofol-induced unconsciousness and its reversal using thalamic stimulation
235. Evidence for a deep, distributed and dynamic code for animacy in human ventral anterior temporal cortex
236. Photovoltaic retinal prosthesis restores high-resolution responses to single-pixel stimulation in blind retinas
237. Computational Modelling of Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease: A Critical Review
238. Human body–electrode interfaces for wide-frequency sensing and communication: A review
239. Validation of the STN-DBS intervention as a treatment for Parkinson’s disease by studying the accuracy of electrode placement and possible correlation with motor
240. Feasibility of interferential and pulsed transcranial electrical stimulation for neuromodulation at the human scale
241. Design of a Bone-Guided Cochlear Implant Microsystem With Monopolar Biphasic Multiple Stimulations and Evoked Compound Action Potential Acquisition and Its In
242. Modeling behaviorally relevant neural dynamics enabled by preferential subspace identification
243. The panoramic ECAP method: estimating patient-specific patterns of current spread and neural health in cochlear implant users
244. Hippocampal ripples and their coordinated dialogue with the default mode network during recent and remote recollection
245. Cortical mechanisms of visual hypersensitivity in women at risk for chronic pelvic pain
246. Listening to speech with a guinea pig-to-human brain-to-brain interface
247. Does the electrode amplification style matter? A comparison of active and passive EEG system configurations during standing and walking
248. Linear modeling of neurophysiological responses to speech and other continuous stimuli: methodological considerations for applied research
249. Frequency-Division Multiplexing With Graphene Active Electrodes for Neurosensor Applications
250. Living Rat SSVEP Mapping with Acoustoelectric Brain Imaging
251. Open-source Toolkit: Benchtop Carbon Fiber Microelectrode Array for Nerve Recording
252. Effects of different electrodes used in bone-guided extracochlear implants on electrical stimulation of auditory nerves in guinea pigs
253. Multi-Electrode Array Analysis Identifies Complex Dopamine Responses and Glucose Sensing Properties of Substantia Nigra Neurons in Mouse Brain Slices
254. Probabilistic mapping of deep brain stimulation: insights from 15 years of therapy
255. The ferroelectric ceramic/elastomer composite as the dielectric coating of soft capacitive neural interface: The competitive effects of ceramic particles
256. Grammatical category and the neural processing of phrases
257. Modelling epilepsy in the mouse: challenges and solutions
258. High-performance brain-to-text communication via handwriting
259. Targeting neural oscillations with transcranial alternating current stimulation
260. Investigation of Fractal Carbon Nanotube Networks for Biophilic Neural Sensing Applications
261. Combining brain perturbation and neuroimaging in non-human primates
262. Neural substrate and underlying mechanisms of working memory: insights from brain stimulation studies
263. Differentiation of speech-induced artifacts from physiological high gamma activity in intracranial recordings
264. Interfacing cells with organic transistors: a review of in vitro and in vivo applications
265. Electrode pooling: boosting the yield of extracellular recordings with switchable silicon probes
266. Description of a Wearable Electroencephalography+ Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (EEG+ FNIRS) for In-Situ Experiments on Design Cognition
267. New horizons on non-invasive brain stimulation of the social and affective cerebellum
268. Enhancing motor brain activity improves memory for action language: A tDCS study
269. Embedded adaptive deep brain stimulation for cervical dystonia controlled by motor cortex theta oscillations
270. Advances in microfluidic in vitro systems for neurological disease modeling
271. A specific phase of transcranial alternating current stimulation at the β frequency boosts repetitive paired-pulse TMS-induced plasticity
272. Ubiquitous conformable systems for imperceptible computing
273. Spatial sampling of MEG and EEG based on generalized spatial-frequency analysis and optimal design
274. Therapies to restore consciousness in patients with severe brain injuries: A gap analysis and future directions
275. Neuromodulation using ultra low frequency current waveform reversibly blocks axonal conduction and chronic pain
276. Prediction of tinnitus masking benefit within a case series using a spiking neural network model
277. Brain fMRI during orientation selective epidural spinal cord stimulation
278. Subthreshold Electrical Stimulation as A Low Power Electrical Treatment for Stroke Rehabilitation
279. An ultra-low-power neural signal acquisition analog front-end IC
280. Stimulation of the right entorhinal white matter enhances visual memory encoding in humans
281. Enduring glucocorticoid-evoked exacerbation of synaptic plasticity disruption in male rats modelling early Alzheimer’s disease amyloidosis
282. Population receptive fields in nonhuman primates from whole-brain fMRI and large-scale neurophysiology in visual cortex
283. Biodegradable implantable sensors: materials design, fabrication, and applications
284. Electrical percolation in extrinsically conducting, poly (ε-decalactone) composite neural interface materials
285. Multi-Angular Electroretinography (maERG): Topographic mapping of the retinal function combining real and virtual electrodes
286. Methods for Lowering the Power Consumption of OS-Based Adaptive Deep Brain Stimulation Controllers
287. Electrode pooling: How to boost the yield of switchable silicon probes for neuronal recordings
288. In-vitro recordings of neural magnetic activity from the auditory brainstem using color centers in diamond: A simulation study
289. Eight Reasons Why Cybersecurity on Novel Generations of Brain-Computer Interfaces Must Be Prioritized
290. Modulating inhibitory control processes using individualized high definition theta transcranial alternating current stimulation (HD θ-tACS) of the anterior
291. Synaptic Effect of Aδ-Fibers by Pulse-Train Electrical Stimulation
292. Low-frequency stimulation enhances ensemble co-firing and dexterity after stroke
293. Identifying and Decoding Temporally Correlated Neural Patterns in the Brain to Accurately Predict Individual Finger Movement and Tactile Stimuli of the Human Hand
294. Non-invasive brain stimulation as therapy: Systematic review and recommendations with a focus on the treatment of Tourette syndrome
295. Development of Real-Time Transendothelial Electrical Resistance Monitoring for an in Vitro Blood-Brain Barrier System
296. Imaging of focal seizures with Electrical Impedance Tomography and depth electrodes in real time
297. Three-Tesla magnetic resonance imaging of patients with deep brain stimulators: results from a phantom study and a pilot study in patients
298. Cochlear Implant Research and Development in the Twenty-first Century: A Critical Update
299. The human brain encodes a chronicle of visual events at each instant of time through the multiplexing of traveling waves
300. Intracranial brain stimulation modulates fMRI-based network switching

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