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Fig. 6 | Bioelectronic Medicine

Fig. 6

From: Identification of hypoglycemia-specific neural signals by decoding murine vagus nerve activity

Fig. 6

An example of neural responses to a glucose injection. Each colored trace represents the response rate against time of a different CAP – solid lines correspond to lower firing rate CAPs (maximum of 15 CAPs/sec) and dotted lines corresponds to high firing rate CAPs (maximum of 60 CAPs/sec). The injection is indicated by a vertical black line occurring at 30 min. The thresholds encapsulating the baseline statistics of a particular CAP are indicated by horizontal lines of the same color. The a glucose VN response curves include a CAP that decreases its firing rate are shown here along with their respective waveforms. An example of wild type b regression model performance from a glucose injection. The black line indicates the smoothed blood glucose measurements, with blue bars indicating interpolation error. The red line indicates the estimated blood glucose levels as an output of the regression model. The regression revolves around the smoothed blood glucose measurements, and the average error over the N = 6 subjects has an interquartile range between 25 and 66 mg/dl

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