High-resolution mapping of in vivo gastrointestinal slow wave activity using flexible printed circuit board electrodes: Methodology and validation

Peng Du, G. O'Grady, J. U. Egbuji, W. J. Lammers, D. Budgett, P. Nielsen, J. A. Windsor, A. J. Pullan, L. K. Cheng

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