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Simultaneous Recording from Hundreds of Neurons

News   Nov 09, 2017 | Original Story from the HHMI

 
Neuropixels Probes Can Record from Hundreds of Neurons in Different Brain Areas at Once

With nearly 1,000 electrical sensors positioned along a probe thinner than a human hair but long enough to access many regions of a rodent’s brain simultaneously, Neuropixels could greatly accelerate neuroscience research. Credit: HHMI, Tim Harris.

 
 
 

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