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CMOS ICs for Brain Implantable Neural Recording Microsystems

  • William R. Patterson
  • Yoon-kyu Song
  • Christopher W. Bull
  • Farah L. Laiwalla
  • Arto Nurmikko
  • John P. Donoghue
Part of the Series on Integrated Circuits and Systems book series (ICIR)

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Microelectrode Array Dynamic Resistance Liquid Crystal Polymer Input Transistor Input Coupling 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • William R. Patterson
  • Yoon-kyu Song
  • Christopher W. Bull
  • Farah L. Laiwalla
  • Arto Nurmikko
  • John P. Donoghue

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