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  1. Understanding the long-term behavior of intracortically-recorded signals is essential for improving the performance of Brain Computer Interfaces. However, few studies have systematically investigated chronic n...

    Authors: Mingming Zhang, Michael A. Schwemmer, Jordyn E. Ting, Connor E. Majstorovic, David A. Friedenberg, Marcia A. Bockbrader, W. Jerry Mysiw, Ali R. Rezai, Nicholas V. Annetta, Chad E. Bouton, Herbert S. Bresler and Gaurav Sharma
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2018 4:11
  2. The role of the kidney in glucose homeostasis has gained global interest. Kidneys are innervated by renal nerves, and renal denervation animal models have shown improved glucose regulation. We hypothesized tha...

    Authors: Ahmad A. Jiman, Kavaljit H. Chhabra, Alfor G. Lewis, Paul S. Cederna, Randy J. Seeley, Malcolm J. Low and Tim M. Bruns
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2018 4:7
  3. Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) is a promising therapy for many neurologic and psychiatric conditions. However, determining stimulus parameters for individual patients is a major challenge. The traditional metho...

    Authors: Kurt Y. Qing, Kelsey M. Wasilczuk, Matthew P. Ward, Evan H. Phillips, Pavlos P. Vlachos, Craig J. Goergen and Pedro P. Irazoqui
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2018 4:5
  4. The vagus nerve plays an important role in the regulation of organ function, including reflex pathways that regulate immunity and inflammation. Recent studies using genetically modified mice have improved our ...

    Authors: Harold A. Silverman, Andrew Stiegler, Téa Tsaava, Justin Newman, Benjamin E. Steinberg, Emily Battinelli Masi, Sergio Robbiati, Chad Bouton, Patricio T. Huerta, Sangeeta S. Chavan and Kevin J. Tracey
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2018 4:3
  5. Cellular homeostasis is in part controlled by biological generated electrical activity. By interfacing biology with electronic devices this electrical activity can be modulated to actuate cellular behaviour. T...

    Authors: Paola Sanjuan-Alberte, Morgan R. Alexander, Richard J. M. Hague and Frankie J. Rawson
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2018 4:1
  6. The axons of the sensory, or afferent, vagus nerve transmit action potentials to the central nervous system in response to changes in the body’s metabolic and physiological status. Recent advances in identifyi...

    Authors: Benjamin E. Steinberg, Harold A. Silverman, Sergio Robbiati, Manoj K. Gunasekaran, Téa Tsaava, Emily Battinelli, Andrew Stiegler, Chad E. Bouton, Sangeeta S. Chavan, Kevin J. Tracey and Patricio T. Huerta
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2016 3:3010007
  7. When pathogens and toxins breech the epithelial barrier, antigens are transported by the lymphatic system to lymph nodes. In previously immunized animals, antigens become trapped in the draining lymph nodes, b...

    Authors: William M. Hanes, Peder S. Olofsson, Sébastien Talbot, Tea Tsaava, Mahendar Ochani, Gavin H. Imperato, Yaakov A. Levine, Jesse Roth, Maud A. Pascal, Simmie L. Foster, Ping Wang, Clifford Woolf, Sangeeta S. Chavan and Kevin J. Tracey
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2016 3:3010018
  8. Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) has been used since 1997 for treatment of drug-resistant epilepsy. More recently, an off-label use of VNS has been explored in animal models and clinical trials for treatment of a...

    Authors: Harwood Kwan, Luca Garzoni, Hai Lun Liu, Mingju Cao, Andre Desrochers, Gilles Fecteau, Patrick Burns and Martin G. Frasch
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2016 3:3010001
  9. Introducing neural sensing and decoding to open-loop neurostimulation technologies has the potential to significantly improve the diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of diseases treated through bioelectr...

    Authors: Gaurav Sharma, Nicholas Annetta, David Friedenberg, Tony Blanco, Daphne Vasconcelos, Ammar Shaikhouni, Ali R. Rezai and Chad Bouton
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2015 2:2010063
  10. Hypertension (HTN) affects over 1 billion people in the world, and while most are treated effectively with pharmacological regimens, 10–30% of them do not show a beneficial response. Electrical stimulation of ...

    Authors: Young-tae Kim, Aswini Kanneganti, Caleb Nothnagle, Ryan Landrith, Masaki Mizuno, Muthu B. J. Wijesundara, Scott Smith and Mario I. Romero-Ortega
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2015 2:2010055
  11. Christopher J. Czura, PhD, is Vice President of the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, Executive Publisher of the Feinstein Institute Press’s international, peer-reviewed journals, Molecular Medicine and B...

    Authors: Christopher J. Czura
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2015 2:2010049
  12. When a peripheral nerve is injured after either trauma or a neurodegenerative disease, motor function and sensory perception are impaired. Repair strategies aim both at reconstructing the damaged nerve and in ...

    Authors: Miyuki Sakuma, Ivan R. Minev, Sandra Gribi, Bhagat Singh, Clifford J. Woolf and Stéphanie P. Lacour
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2015 2:2010043
  13. The inflammatory reflex is a neural circuit defined by action potentials transmitted in the vagus nerve that regulate cytokine production in the spleen. Detailed mechanistic studies implicate the vagus nerve, ...

    Authors: Peder S. Olofsson, Yaakov A. Levine, April Caravaca, Sangeeta S. Chavan, Valentin A. Pavlov, Michael Faltys and Kevin J. Tracey
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2015 2:2010037
  14. Along the gut, there are rhythmic myoelectrical activities called slow waves that regulate gastrointestinal motility. Impairment in gastrointestinal slow waves and motility causes various disorders such as gas...

    Authors: Jieyun Yin and Jiande D. Z. Chen
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2015 2:2010013
  15. Neural decoding is a field involving the use of signal processing and machine learning methods to decode brain activity for various applications including assistive technology for people living with paralysis ...

    Authors: Chad Bouton
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2015 2:2010020
  16. Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) cause significant morbidity and mortality. Despite significant therapeutic advances, the medical need for patients with these disorders remains hi...

    Authors: Yaakov A. Levine, Frieda Koopman, Michael Faltys, Ralph Zitnik and Paul-Peter Tak
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2014 1:1010034
  17. Bioelectronic medicine aims to understand and harness the beneficial effects of the nervous system and neural circuits to diagnose, treat and prevent disease. For example, targeted electrical stimulation devic...

    Authors: Jason R. Fritz and Jared M. Huston
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2014 1:1010025
  18. Traumatic brain injury is a serious public health problem in the United States, accounting for nearly 1.7 million injuries and 52,000 deaths annually. The initial brain injury is made worse by secondary events...

    Authors: Chunyan Li and Raj K. Narayan
    Citation: Bioelectronic Medicine 2014 1:1010004

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