In general a more extensive characterization and exploitation of simultaneous

In general, a more extensive characterization and exploitation of simultaneous recording and fluidic capabilities in in vivo experiments is necessary to identify new engineering challenges in this field. The feasibility of microfluidic [21] and recording [71] features in extreme-long (up to 70 mm) probes suggest that there are further opportunities in translational research areas. Possible applications of combined recording, stimulation and drug injection functions might include studies on StemRegenin 1 performing cognitive task and influenced by pharmacological perturbations in different brain regions [72] or on the effects of pharmacological treatments on neurodegenerative disorders [73].