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Bioadhesion and strength of attachment of neurons to biomaterials, pyrolytic carbon and commercially pure titanium, subjected to radio frequency glow discharge and autoclave sterilization
Improved electrically conductive biomaterials, that minimize or eliminate encapsulation by fibrous tissue from the generally seen "foreign body reaction", would be beneficial for longer-term reliability of neural electrode ...
Enhanced tissue integration of implantable electrodes for sensing, and stimulation, via radio frequency glow discharge
Biopotential electrodes are conductive materials that convert electronic currents to or from ionic currents for sensing, and stimulating specific tissue sites for medical applications. Implanted electrodes become “walled ...