Effect of visual stimulus locations on pattern-reversal visual evoked potential: An epidural electrocorticogram study
To explore the effect of the location of a visual stimulus on neural responses in the primary visual cortex (V1), a micro-electromechanical system-based microelectrode array with nine channels was implanted on the cerebral dura mater of V1 in adult cats. 2 Hz pattern reversal checkerboard stimuli were used to stimulate the four visual quadrants (i.e., upper left, upper right, lower left, and lower right fields). The results showed that there was a N75 component of the visual evoked potential around 50-80 ms after the onset of a checkerboard stimulus, and the onset of these N75 peaks varied with different stimulus locations. The checkerboard stimuli induced shorter latencies in the contralateral V1 than in the ipsilateral V1, while the checkerboard stimulus in the upper half visual field induced shorter latencies for N75. These results suggested that the pattern-reversal stimuli induced neural activities in V1 that can be recorded with multichannel microelectrodes, and more detailed temporal and spatial properties can be measured.
Bioelectrical and Neuroengineering | Biomedical | Cognitive Neuroscience | Electrical and Computer Engineering | Engineering
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Effect of visual stimulus locations on pattern-reversal visual evoked potential: An epidural electrocorticogram study.
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