Nanowires precisely grown on the ends of microwire electrodes permit the recording of intracellular action potentials within deeper neural structures

John E. Ferguson, Christopher Boldt, Joshua G. Puhl, Tyler W. Stigen, Jadin C. Jackson, Kevin M. Crisp, Karen A. Mesce, Theoden I. Netoff, A. David Redish

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