Videotape technology in the identification and storage of intracerebral electrode locations
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Using standard videotape recording (VTR) equipment and a modified optical system, it is possible to identify and record the location of surgically implanted electrodes with picture and sound. No special chemicals or darkroom procedures are required.
Thomson, J., Beeman, F., Conger, G., Reeder, W., Steinhilb, K., Wittman, T., & DeVietti, T. (1978). Videotape technology in the identification and storage of intracerebral electrode locations☆. Physiology & Behavior, 20(4), 487–489. https://doi.org/10.1016/0031-9384(78)90335-9
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