Influence of left vagal stimulus pulse parameters on vagal and gastric activity in rat.
Interactive, AI-informed computational model of stimulus parameter-dependent vagal nerve responses resulting from bipolar, constant-current stimuli. Caption: Simulation of compound action potential propagation
Methodology of neural recordings using array electrodes. Description/How to analyse for signal to noise, spike sorting and higher level analysis
Intracardiac neuron (ICN) samples were collected from a female rat heart using laser capture microdissection. We acquired transcriptomics data for 154 genes from the 151 samples we collected. Images of sampled neurons allow for 3D reconstruction of data.
Interactive example for plotting gene expression using the RAW Graphs platform. Data are obtained from Prof. Leah Reznikov at University of Florida.
A computational workflow for integration and implementation of a reusable and reproducible rabbit cardiac multi-scale electrophysiology model. Caption: Illustration of ion channels and action potential propogation in cardiac tissue
Selectivity of afferent microstimulation at the DRG using epineural and penetrating electrode arraysAmeya Nanivadekar, Christopher Ayers, Max Novelli, Robert Gaunt, Doug Weber & Lee Fisher
This dataset contains over 50,000 instances of compound action potentials recorded in response to stimulation at the DRG via epineural and penetrating electrodes from nerve cuffs implanted on several distal branches of the sciatic and femoral nerve
An integrative disease network
Annotated pig colon scaffold available for registration of segmented neural anatomical-functional mapping of enteric neural circuits.
Annotated heart scaffold for rat available for registration of segmented neural anatomical-functional mapping of cardiac neural circuits.
Annotated heart scaffold for human available for registration of segmented neural anatomical-functional mapping of cardiac neural circuits.
Spatially tracked single-neuron transcriptomics of a female porcine right atrial ganglionic plexus (RAGP)Alison Moss, Shaina Robbins, Sirisha Achanta, James Schwaber & Rajanikanth Vadigepalli
Single neurons and regional neuronal samples were collected from a female porcine RAGP through laser capture microdissection with preserved spatial tracking.
We combined experiments and computational modeling to investigate the effects of sympathetic nerve stimulation on mouse and rabbit hearts.
Annotated rat stomach scaffold available for registration of segmented neural anatomical-functional mapping of enteric neural circuits.
Dataset to investigate annotations required for visualisation of physiological data on the portal
Blackfynn can use this dataset to organize and archive interesting scientific articles that are of interest to the company... Let's dog-food our platform!
A dataset containing interictal intracranial EEG clips of patients with drug-resistant epilepsy.
Influence of direct colon tissue electrical stimulation on colonic motility in anesthetized male Yucatan minipigMuriel Larauche, Yushan Wang, Po-Min Wang, Genia Dubrovsky, Yi-Kai Lo, Ian Hsiang, James Dunn, Wentai Liu, Yvette Tache & Million Mulugeta
Direct proximal colon, transverse colon and colorectum wall electrical stimulation; monitor colon wall bio-impedance and colon manometry in all regions (proximal, transverse and distal) before, during and post stimulation.
We are developing a novel wireless device named Fecobionics for mapping colonic and anorectal neuromuscular function. This dataset contains results from the control group of the safety study.
Influence of acute thoracolumbar root nerves electrical stimulation on colonic motility in anesthetized male Yucatan minipigsMuriel Larauche, Yushan Wang, Yan-Peng Chen, Wentai Liu & Million Mulugeta
Acute thoracolumbar nerve electrical stimulation; monitor colon manometry in all regions (proximal, transverse and distal) before, during and post stimulation.
A FitBit for the Bladder
A FitBit for the Bladder
Antibodies tested in the colon
Effects of subcutaneous nerve stimulation with blindly inserted electrodes on ventricular rate control in a canine model of persistent atrial fibrillationTakashi Kusayama, Yuan Yuan, Juyi Wan, Liu Xiao, Xiaochun Li, Changyu Shen, Michael Fishbein, Thomas Everett & Peng-Sheng Chen
Electrical signals recorded by 3 pairs of bipolar electrodes under the skin in ambulatory dogs. The sampling rate was 1,000/s. The recordings are made during both sinus rhythm and during pacing-induced atrial fibrillation.