Wideband recordings from silicon probes in the subthalamic nucleus of 6-OHDA hemi-lesioned rats during anaesthesia
MATLAB (.mat) formatted electrophysiological wideband recordings from silicon probes in the subthalamic nucleus of 6-OHDA hemi-lesioned rats during anaesthesia. Details of the data recording can be found in SmrData.WvTits for every file. All files include ECoG recordings (channel 1 +2, ipsi and contralateral of the lesioned hemisphere) and 32 raw wideband channels (Probe 1-32). These probe channels are recorded along the lead trajectory as described in the corresponding article.
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