Can One Concurrently Record Electrical Spikes from Every Neuron in a Mammalian Brain?

Neuron16.20
Volume: 103, Issue: 6, Pages: 1005 - 1015
Published: Sep 1, 2019
Abstract
The classic approach to measure the spiking response of neurons involves the use of metal electrodes to record extracellular potentials. Starting over 60 years ago with a single recording site, this technology now extends to ever larger numbers and densities of sites. We argue, based on the mechanical and electrical properties of existing materials, estimates of signal-to-noise ratios, assumptions regarding extracellular space in the brain, and...
Paper Details
Title
Can One Concurrently Record Electrical Spikes from Every Neuron in a Mammalian Brain?
Published Date
Sep 1, 2019
Journal
Volume
103
Issue
6
Pages
1005 - 1015
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