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Myomatrix arrays for high-definition muscle recording.
Chung B, Zia M, Thomas KA, Michaels JA, Jacob A, Pack A, Williams MJ, Nagapudi K, Teng LH, Arrambide E, Ouellette L, Oey N, Gibbs R, Anschutz P, Lu J, Wu Y, Kashefi M, Oya T, Kersten R, Mosberger AC, O'Connell S, Wang R, Marques H, Mendes AR, Lenschow C, Kondakath G, Kim JJ, Olson W, Quinn KN, Perkins P, Gatto G, Thanawalla A, Coltman S, Kim T, Smith T, Binder-Markey B, Zaback M, Thompson CK, Giszter S, Person A, Goulding M, Azim E, Thakor N, O'Connor D, Trimmer B, Lima SQ, Carey MR, Pandarinath C, Costa RM, Pruszynski JA, Bakir M, Sober SJ. Chung B, et al. Among authors: kim jj. Elife. 2023 Dec 19;12:RP88551. doi: 10.7554/eLife.88551. Elife. 2023. PMID: 38113081 Free PMC article.
High-density, flexible electrode arrays allow for stable recordings from the muscle fibers activated by a single motor neuron, called a 'motor unit,' during natural behaviors in many species, including mice, rats, primates, songbirds, frogs, and insects. This technology th …
High-density, flexible electrode arrays allow for stable recordings from the muscle fibers activated by a single motor neuron, called a 'mot …
Myomatrix arrays for high-definition muscle recording.
Chung B, Zia M, Thomas KA, Michaels JA, Jacob A, Pack A, Williams MJ, Nagapudi K, Teng LH, Arrambide E, Ouellette L, Oey N, Gibbs R, Anschutz P, Lu J, Wu Y, Kashefi M, Oya T, Kersten R, Mosberger AC, O'Connell S, Wang R, Marques H, Mendes AR, Lenschow C, Kondakath G, Kim JJ, Olson W, Quinn KN, Perkins P, Gatto G, Thanawalla A, Coltman S, Kim T, Smith T, Binder-Markey B, Zaback M, Thompson CK, Giszter S, Person A, Goulding M, Azim E, Thakor N, O'Connor D, Trimmer B, Lima SQ, Carey MR, Pandarinath C, Costa RM, Pruszynski JA, Bakir M, Sober SJ. Chung B, et al. Among authors: kim jj. bioRxiv [Preprint]. 2023 Sep 19:2023.02.21.529200. doi: 10.1101/2023.02.21.529200. bioRxiv. 2023. Update in: Elife. 2023 Dec 19;12:RP88551. doi: 10.7554/eLife.88551. PMID: 36865176 Free PMC article. Updated. Preprint.
High-density, flexible electrode arrays allow for stable recordings from the muscle fibers activated by a single motor neuron, called a "motor unit", during natural behaviors in many species, including mice, rats, primates, songbirds, frogs, and insects. This technology th …
High-density, flexible electrode arrays allow for stable recordings from the muscle fibers activated by a single motor neuron, called a "mot …
Genomic evidence of speciation reversal in ravens.
Kearns AM, Restani M, Szabo I, Schrøder-Nielsen A, Kim JA, Richardson HM, Marzluff JM, Fleischer RC, Johnsen A, Omland KE. Kearns AM, et al. Among authors: kim ja. Nat Commun. 2018 Mar 2;9(1):906. doi: 10.1038/s41467-018-03294-w. Nat Commun. 2018. PMID: 29500409 Free PMC article.
Song exposure regulates known and novel microRNAs in the zebra finch auditory forebrain.
Gunaratne PH, Lin YC, Benham AL, Drnevich J, Coarfa C, Tennakoon JB, Creighton CJ, Kim JH, Milosavljevic A, Watson M, Griffiths-Jones S, Clayton DF. Gunaratne PH, et al. Among authors: kim jh. BMC Genomics. 2011 May 31;12(1):277. doi: 10.1186/1471-2164-12-277. BMC Genomics. 2011. PMID: 21627805 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: In an important model for neuroscience, songbirds learn to discriminate songs they hear during tape-recorded playbacks, as demonstrated by song-specific habituation of both behavioral and neurogenomic responses in the auditory forebrain. ...These results indica …
BACKGROUND: In an important model for neuroscience, songbirds learn to discriminate songs they hear during tape-recorded playbacks, a …