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The NeuroNexus A32 package is built from a Samtec connector which is durable and easy to handle. The 32-channel designs in this month’s marketplace – like all NeuroNexus silicon probes – can be inserted and re-inserted repeatedly in an experiment, and in multiple experiments, with the same recording quality every time.

Recent Publications Using A32 Probes

Example current source density analysis using a NeuroNexus acute silicon probe -Isett et al., 2018

Cortical layer sampling using an Edge electrode site layout-Williamson and Polley

Raw recording data showing isolation of single spikes and bursts-Lucas-Romero et al.

For example, linear (Isett et al., 2018 and Naka et al., 2019) and Edge (Ghanbari et al., 2019) layouts were used to record in mouse somatosensory cortex.

Single-unit, multi-unit and LFP activity were also recorded in mouse auditory cortex with a variety of designs: Linear (Lyngholm and Sakata, 2019), 4-shank tetrode (Sollini et al., 2018), and Edge (Williamson and Polley, 2019).

Check out these other recent publications highlighting different acute, 32-channel recordings

A Poly2 design recorded LFP and spikes in mouse medial prefrontal cortex (Le Merre et al., 2018).

Lucas-Romero et al. (2018) used the Buzsaki32 design to record spikes and bursts in vitro in mouse spinal cord slices.

A 4-shank probe was used to record spikes in the accessory olfactory bulb in mouse (Yoles-Frenkel et al., 2018).