Neurophysiologist placed electronics into brain by syringe 2015-06-22 09:12:16 / CONFERENCES

American scientists have managed to create a net of flexible conductors and electronic components. The brain can directly inject the syringe through the net. A set of flexible electronics and even influence them to track the status of nerve cells (nerve cells without causing any harm) can be connected to these cells. Scientists this technology, for example, play an important role in achieving important results in the treatment of Parkinson's disease may think. New technology on the "Nature Nanotechnology," the magazine said.


The activity of individual neurons in neural activity (cognitive, thinking, emotions) lead to the highest forms of neyrofiziologiyada is an important challenge. From a technological point of view, to solve it, monitoring devices at the same time you have thousands and millions of cells. However, it is difficult to place in the brain implants, while the electrodes creates irritation was accepted as a foreign body.


Harvard University (USA) chemist Charles Liber chrome and platinum, which is a mixture eliminates this obstacle by creating a three-dimensional grid. Tor syringe thin flexible enough to accommodate dependence. After 16 takes the form of an electronic-component injection before netting the brain. It consists of space, 90 percent of which, thanks to the release of brain cells are located in the nets adopted as a neutral frame. 5-week high against the net during the immune response has been observed in the trials - the brain does not accept it as a foreign body. The scientists conducted experiments on mice. They have managed to create an incentive to monitor individual neurons.

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