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Title: New data recording plugin for the integration of an integrated circuit for neural recordings into the electrophysiology open source user interface Open Ephys
Language: English
Authors: Katzmarek, David 
Bahr, Andreas 
Abu Saleh, Lait 
Schröder, Dietmar 
Krautschneider, Wolfgang 
Keywords: electrophysiology user interface Open Ephys;data recording plugin
Issue Date: Mar-2017
Source: Tagungsband "ICTOpen 2017 Conference Proceedings", 2017, Amersfoort, The Netherlands, March 21 - 22, 2017
Journal or Series Name: Proceedings of the Conference ICTOpen 2017 
Conference: ICTOpen 2017 
Abstract (english): The research of various diseases like epilepsy or schizophrenia requires an accurate study of bioelectrical signals. An Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) for the recording of neural signals from neonatal mice was developed [1]. To integrate the developed ASIC into Open Ephys, an open source electrophysiology user interface, a specific plugin is presented. It enables simple configuration of the ASIC, recording of biomedical signals and enables the utilization of many of Open Ephys’ functions. The user interface is well known to neuroscientific researchers and the presented plugin simplifies the use of the integrated circuit for the researchers dramatically. It also enables the use of the ASIC to other kind of applications like neural recordings from mammalians or recordings for brain computer interfaces.
DOI: 10.15480/882.1361
ISBN: 978-94-92579-027
Institute: Nano- und Medizinelektronik E-9 
Type: InProceedings (Aufsatz / Paper einer Konferenz etc.)
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