Theses and Dissertations
Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Dr. Yoonsu Choi
Dr. Yul Chu
Dr. Nazmul Islam
Electrocorticography (ECoG) is a minimally invasive neural recording method that has been extensively used for neuroscience applications. Although many neural recording methods exist, ECoG provides a combination of stability, high spatial and temporal resolution with chronic and mobile capabilities. This paper presents an animal study using a low cost and simple handcrafted ECoG electrode that is made of commercially accessible materials. The study is performed on a Lewis rat implanted with a handcrafted 32-channel non-penetrative ECoG electrode covering an area of 3 x 3 mm 2 on the cortical surface. The ECoG electrodes were placed on the motor and somatosensory cortex to record the signal patterns while the animal was active on a treadmill. Using a Tucker-Davis Technologies acquisition system and the software Synapse to monitor and analyze the electrophysiological signals, the electrodes obtained signals within the amplitude range of 200 μV for local field potentials with reliable spatiotemporal profiles.
Tasnim, Nishat, "Handcrafted electrocorticography electrodes for a rodent neural activity" (2016). Theses and Dissertations. 94.
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