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Wireless Battery Free Fully Implantable Multimodal Recording and Neuromodulation Tools for Songbirds

posted on 2021-04-06, 17:54 authored by Jokubas Ausra, Stephanie Munger, Amirhossein Azami, Alex Burton, Roberto Peralta, Julie Elizabeth MillerJulie Elizabeth Miller, Philipp Gutruf
Raw birdsong syllable data presented as .wav files from three bird subjects featured in associated publication.

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P.G. acknowledges the Biomedical Engineering department startup funds. J.M. acknowledges startup funds from the Departments of Neuroscience and Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences and the University of Arizona Core Facilities Pilot Program Grant. J.A. acknowledges the support of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health 5T32HL007955-19. The use of the micro-CT scanner equipment at the University of Arizona in this associated publication was supported through the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health under award number P30 CA023074.