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Individually addressable optoelectronic arrays for optogenetic neural stimulation

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7 Author(s)
McGovern, B. ; Phys. Dept., Imperial Coll., London, UK ; Drakakis, E. ; Neil, M. ; O'Brian, P.
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Optogenetic retinal prosthesis - The optoelectronic stimulation of photosensitized retinal neurons could prove to have many advantages over present electronic approaches. In this paper, we explore the latest results from a compact CMOS-Gallium Nitride optoelectronic stimulator which has sufficient brightness to stimulate neurons photosensitized with channelrhodopsin. We explore the efficiency and scalability to large area arrays, and impact on retinal prosthesis.

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Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference (BioCAS), 2011 IEEE

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10-12 Nov. 2011

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