Downloads & Documentation
Gray Matter Research
High Quality Instrumentation for Neurophysiological Research
Recording Chamber Systems
Tangential Recording Chambers
Form Fitting Recording Chamber (Small)
Form Fitting Recording Chamber (Large)
Double Asymmetric Head Holder
BN-1 Head Holder
PEEK Head Holder
Halo Frame System
Primate Chair System
Articulating Clamp System
Halo Frame System
Design and Modeling
Gray (2007). Multichannel micromanipulator and chamber system for recording multineuronal activity in alert, non-human primates.
Gray (2011). Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Synchronous Activity across Multiple Areas of the Visual Cortex in the Alert Monkey.
Markowitz (2011). Optimizing the decoding of movement goals from local field potentials in macaque cortex.
Salazar (2012). Content-Specific Fronto-Parietal Synchronization During Visual Working Memory.
Orsborn (2015). Semi-chronic chamber system for simultaneous subdural electrocorticography, local field potentials, and spike recordings.
Qiao (2016). Development of semi-chronic microdrive system for large-scale circuit mapping in macaque mesolimbic and basal ganglia systems.
Samonds (2016). Evidence of Stereoscopic Surface Disambiguation in the Responses of V1 Neurons.
Dotson (2017). A Large-Scale Semi-Chronic Microdrive Recording System for Non-Human Primates.
Overton (2017). Improved methods for acrylic-free implants in nonhuman primates for neuroscience research.
Huang (2018). Neural Correlate of Visual Familiarity In Macaque Area V2.
Kadohisa (2019). Focused Representation of Successive Task Episodes in Frontal and Parietal Cortex.
Premereur (2019). Localization of movable electrodes in a multi-electrode microdrive in nonhuman primates.
Knudsen (2019). A model-based approach for targeted neurophysiology in the behaving non-human primate.
Qiao (2020). A Causal Network Analysis of Neuromodulation in the Mood Processing Network.
Mao (2020). Spatial representations in macaque hippocampal formation.
Ogasawara (2021). Neuronal mechanisms of novelty seeking.
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