Domonkos Pinke

Domonkos Pinke
Hungarian Academy of Sciences | HAS · Laboratory of Neural Circuits and Computation

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The use of SU-8 material in the production of neural sensors has grown recently. Despite its widespread application, a detailed systematic quantitative analysis concerning its biocompatibility in the central nervous system is lacking. In this immunohistochemical study, we quantified the neuronal preservation and the severity of astrogliosis around...
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The long‐term application of central nervous system implants is currently limited by the negative response of the brain tissue, affecting both the performance of the device and the survival of nearby cells. Topographical modification of implant surfaces mimicking the structure and dimensions of the extracellular matrix may provide a solution to thi...
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Neural probes designed for extracellular recording of brain electrical activity are traditionally implanted with an insertion speed between 1 µm/s and 1 mm/s into the brain tissue. Although the physical effects of insertion speed on the tissue are well studied, there is a lack of research investigating how the quality of the acquired electrophysiol...
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The systematic understanding of brain function requires methods that allow neuronal activity to be recorded at different spatial scales in 3D at a high temporal resolution. Recording techniques are required that collect information from a neuronal population situated in an extensive volume of tissue. Two photon imaging, the method of choice for suc...
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In vitro micro- and nanofabricated test chips were used to investigate mouse primary cortical astroglial cell reactions to different surfaces of a multichannel neural microelectrode implant. The following surface types were fabricated by MEMS technology and characterized by scanning electron microscopy: poly-Si, Pt, nanostructured Si and nanostruct...

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