Neuro-vascular central nervous recording/stimulating system: Using nanotechnology probes
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Electrical recording from spinal cord vascular capillary bed has been achieved demonstrating that the intravascular space may be utilized as a means to address brain activity with out violating the brain parenchyma. While the initial demonstration was implemented using electrically insulated platinum electrodes in vitro, the possibility of using conducting polymer filaments is now being explored. This paper presents a set of highly possible future scenarios where the integration of electrophysiology and novel polymer technology may serve as a new approach towards basic and medical neuroscience.