Serra, Pier Andrea and Puggioni, Giulia and Bazzu, Gianfranco and Calia, Giammario and Migheli, Rossana and Rocchitta, Gaia Giovanna Maria (2010) Design and construction of a distributed sensor NET for biotelemetric monitoring of brain energetic metabolism using microsensors and biosensors. In: Serra, Pier Andrea (ed). Biosensors, Rijeka, InTech. p. 241-260. ISBN 978-953-7619-99-2. Book Section.
Neurochemical pathways involved in brain physiology or disease pathogenesis are mostly unknown either in physiological conditions or in neurodegenerative diseases. Nowadays the most frequent usage for biotelemetry is in medicine, in cardiac care units or step-down units in hospitals, even if virtually any physiological signal could be transmitted (FCC, 2000; Leuher, 1983; Zhou et al., 2002). In this chapter we present a wireless device connected with microsensors and biosensors capable to detect real-time variations in concentrations of important compounds present in central nervous system (CNS) and implicated in brain energetic metabolism (Bazzu et al., 2009; Calia et al., 2009).
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