Wireless, battery-free, fully implantable multimodal and multisite pacemakers for applications in small animal models

Journal: Nature Communications

Published: 2019-12-17

DOI: 10.1038/s41467-019-13637-w

Affiliations: 19

Authors: 20

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Department of Biomedical Engineering, GW, United States of America (USA) 0.33
Department of Biomedical Engineering, Arizona, United States of America (USA) 0.13
Center for Bio-Integrated Electronics (CBIE), NU, United States of America (USA) 0.08
Department of Biomedical Engineering, NU, United States of America (USA) 0.07
Center for Advanced Molecular Imaging (CAMI), NU, United States of America (USA) 0.07
Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, Arizona, United States of America (USA) 0.05
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, NU, United States of America (USA) 0.05
Department of Mechanical Engineering, NU, United States of America (USA) 0.05
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, NU, United States of America (USA) 0.05
Department of Surgery, GW, United States of America (USA) 0.03
MOE Key Laboratory of Applied Mechanics (AML), Tsinghua, China 0.03
Center for Flexible Electronics Technology, Tsinghua, China 0.03
Washington DC VA Medical Center, United States of America (USA) 0.03
The George Washington University (GW), United States of America (USA) 0.03
Department of Radiology, NU, United States of America (USA) 0.02
Department of Engineering Mechanics, DUT, China 0.01

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