Neuroprobe | definition of neuroprobe by Medical dictionary
neuroprobe Rehab medicine An electric stimulation device that may be used to identify tender areas or trigger points, and locate points for placing the electrodes of a TENS–transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation unit, or may itself be used to deliver electrical impulses to treat pain. Cf Shortwave diathermy.
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Chemotaxis was assessed using 96-well Boyden chamber (Neuroprobe
, Gaithersburg, USA) as previously described .
B20 was stimulated via passage of current through the recording electrode across the bridge circuit of the amplifier (NeuroProbe
, A-M Systems).
The second focus will be on trying to develop "neuroprobes
," micro-fabricated arrays of sensors and actuators that can be implanted in the brain for deep-brain stimulation or to monitor neural activity.