multielectrode

multielectrode

(ˌmʌltɪɪˈlɛktrəʊd)
adj
having or involving several electrodes
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Recently, a multielectrode electrochemical biosensor to detect full-length 2N4R tau features a detection limit of 0.
The ventral retina was properly oriented and positioned on the multielectrode array (60pMEA200/30iR-Ti, Multichannel Systems; MED Probe MED-P5305, Alpha MED Sciences) with the GC layer facing down.
Charpak in 1968 and made his important scientific discovery--he created a multielectrode proportional chamber (<<Charpak chamber>>) for the detection of elementary particles [16].
In order to connect the monkeys' brains to the computer, the researchers implanted tiny multielectrode arrays into the regions of the brain that control hand and arm movement.
In the present study, we performed a simulation of code spectrum from a multielectrode on a 2D mesh neural network using neurons with fluctuating characteristics of refractory period and output delay time around each given intrinsic characteristic from time to time; that is, parameters of each neuron varied intrinsically and temporarily.
Proposed model is accurate enough for computer simulation to be able to solve effectively problems of corona field in multielectrode systems of practical interest.
Forty centers throughout the United States, Canada and Europe will participate in VICTORY AF (Evaluation of Multielectrode Phased RF Technology in Persistent AF), which will enroll up to 350 symptomatic patients with persistent or long-standing persistent AF for whom medication has not been effective.
This study developed a unique IPMC clasp actuator by integrating an arbitrary shaping microfabrication technique and three-dimensional multielectrode motion control (19).
The EnlighHTN multielectrode renal denervation catheter (St Jude Medical) has been tried in 46 patients who were then followed up for 1 year (70).
Now, a group of scientists have reported adaptive plastic changes in an amputee's brain following implantation of multielectrode arrays inside peripheral nerves.
It aims to commercialize a proprietary multielectrode cavity array (MECA) technology for parallel bilayer recording jointly developed in the laboratories of Professors Jan C.
Longitudinal variations of characteristics frequencies of skeletal muscle fiber potentials detected by a bipolar electrode or multielectrode.
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