In vitro neuronal networks coupled to Micro-Electrode Arrays (MEAs) represent a valid experimental framework to study neuronal dynamics. This preparation is free of chemical or physical constraints and allows neurons to self-organize during development, creating networks that exhibit complex spatio-temporal patterns of activity. Starting from this experimental evidence, here we address the question whether a particular network architecture can drive the network dynamics towards a sub-, super-, or critical state.

Emergence of critical dynamics in large-scale in vitro cortical networks

MASSOBRIO, PAOLO;PASQUALE, VALENTINA;MARTINOIA, SERGIO
2015

Abstract

In vitro neuronal networks coupled to Micro-Electrode Arrays (MEAs) represent a valid experimental framework to study neuronal dynamics. This preparation is free of chemical or physical constraints and allows neurons to self-organize during development, creating networks that exhibit complex spatio-temporal patterns of activity. Starting from this experimental evidence, here we address the question whether a particular network architecture can drive the network dynamics towards a sub-, super-, or critical state.
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