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NC, MBE 2019-12-06
15:20
Aichi Toyohashi Tech Voltage sensitive dye imaging analysis of neural responses induced by multi-channel stimulation in mouse cerebral cortical slices
Shotaro Hayashi, Yuki Hayashida, Tomohiro Nomoto, Tetsuya Yagi (Osaka Univ.)
 [more]
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2019-03-05
15:00
Tokyo University of Electro Communications On the spatiotemporal information contained in spike responses of mouse retina ganglion cells
Yuki Kashiwagi, Koji Yamamoto, Tetsuya Yagi, Yuki Hayashida (Osaka Univ.)
Information in the visual scene projected on the retina is encoded into the digital-like electrical signal called “spike... [more] MBE2018-99
pp.65-70
MBE 2019-02-01
13:55
Saga Saga University Simulation analyses on the electrode arrangement in the visual cortical prostheses
Fumiaki Nakao, Nobuaki Kishigami, Jinhwan Choi, Naohumi Suematsu, Tetsuya Yagi (Osaka Univ.)
In recent years, the research of visual prostheses that partially restore the visual function of blind patients by elect... [more] MBE2018-80
pp.111-116
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2018-12-15
13:00
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology Multi-channel stimulation and measurement system for closed-loop control of cellular tissue activities
Toshihiro Shimizu, Naoki Satoshiro, Jinhwan Choi, Tetsuya Yagi, Yuki Hayashida (Osaka Univ.)
Development of technology to control cellular tissue activity to a desired state by measuring and analyzing spontaneous ... [more] MBE2018-54
pp.21-24
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2018-03-13
14:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Analyses on the image extraction properties of the retinal ganglion cell spikes with a hardware model
Koji Ishii, Hirotsugu Yamaguchi, Yuki Hayashida, Naofumi Suematsu, Tetsuya Yagi (Osaka Univ.)
In the retina, the visual information represented by light is first transduced to graded potential change in the photore... [more] NC2017-84
pp.97-102
MBE, NC, NLP
(Joint)
2018-01-27
10:55
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology Visual information encoding by high-frequency spike population in mouse retinal ganglion cells
Hirotsugu Yamaguchi, Yuka Kudo, Koji Ishii, Yuki Hayashida, Tetsuya Yagi (Osaka Univ.)
It is well known that visual information is continuously transformed into spike discharges in ganglion cells in the reti... [more] NC2017-60
pp.59-64
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2017-10-07
09:30
Osaka Osaka Electro-Communication University On the mechanism of the excitatory synaptic propagation induced by microstimulation in mouse visual cortices in vivo
Keisuke Morisada, Shunsuke Kakiichi, Naofumi Suematsu, Yuki Hayashida, Tetsuya Yagi (Osaka Univ.)
When micro electrostimulation is given to the primary visual cortex, neuronal excitement propagates to the secondary vis... [more] MBE2017-41
pp.1-6
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2017-10-07
09:55
Osaka Osaka Electro-Communication University Imaging analyses on the spatio-temporal neural responses to light stimuli in the visual cortices of the mouse cerebral hemispheres
Sonomi Kiyoto, Shigetoshi Futami, Naofumi Suematsu, Yuki Hayashida, Tetsuya Yagi (Osaka Univ.)
In mammals, the visual information in the binocular visual field is transmitted to the both visual cortices through opti... [more] MBE2017-42
pp.7-10
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2017-10-07
10:20
Osaka Osaka Electro-Communication University Changes in light response characteristics of mouse retinal ganglion cells depending on background light
Kenji Shiota, Yuki Naruto, Yuki Kashiwagi, Naofumi Suemats, Tetsuya Yagi, Yuki Hayashida (Osaka Univ.)
In recent years, the mouse has attracted attention as an experimental animal for studying retinal neuronal circuits. An... [more] MBE2017-43
pp.11-16
MBE 2017-01-27
16:05
Fukuoka Kyushu University Simulating prosthetic vision with gaze tracker
Jinhwan Choi, Nobuaki Kishigami, Atsushi Toda, Yuki Hayashida, Tetsuya Yagi (Osaka Univ.)
In recent years, there is a growing interest in a visual cortical prosthetics that delivers muliple electrical stimulati... [more] MBE2016-73
pp.19-23
MBE, BioX, NC 2016-10-22
10:30
Osaka Osaka Electro-Communication University A simulation model of the neural image of the transient Off-α type ganglion cells in the mouse retina with convergent and divergent synaptic signaling
Hirotsugu Yamaguchi, Yuka Kudo, Shuji Kitora, Shota Yamauchi, Yuki Hayashida, Tetsuya Yagi (Osaka Univ.)
Previous physiological experiments suggested that the transient Off- retinal ganglion cell in the mouse retina e... [more] BioX2016-20 MBE2016-34 NC2016-19
pp.19-24
MBE, BioX, NC 2016-10-22
10:55
Osaka Osaka Electro-Communication University Analyses on the parameters of intra-cortical micro-stimulation by the voltage response imaging
Tomohiro Nomoto, Yuta Tanaka, Yuki hayashida, Tetsuya Yagi (Osaka Univ.)
For elucidating functional structures in the brain, physiological experiments in vitro with using brain slice preparatio... [more] BioX2016-21 MBE2016-35 NC2016-20
pp.25-30
NC, NLP
(Joint)
2016-01-29
14:25
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology Ego-motion estimation system for a small UAV inspired by the motion-detection model of the insect's visual system
Shota Tsunekawa, Fuyuki Ueno (Osaka Univ.), Kazuo Ishii (Kyushu I.T.), Tetsuya Yagi, Hirotsugu Okuno (Osaka Univ.)
In this study, we devised an algorithm that estimates the 6 degree-of-freedom ego-motion of a small unmanned aerial vehi... [more] NC2015-63
pp.33-38
MBE, BioX, NC 2015-10-25
15:20
Osaka Osaka Electro-Communication University Simulation analyses on contrast encoding by relative spike latencies in salamander retinas
Yuka Kudo, Yuki Hayashida, Ryoya Ishida (Osaka Univ.), Shota Yamauchi, Hirotsugu Okuno, Tetsuya Yagi (Osaka Univ.)
Previous physiological experiments on isolated salamander retinas suggested that spike firing latencies in a ganglion-ce... [more] BioX2015-34 MBE2015-45 NC2015-29
pp.65-70
MBE, BioX, NC 2015-10-25
15:40
Osaka Osaka Electro-Communication University Intracortical microstimulation in rats in vivo by using a multi-channel stimulator VLSI chip
Yuichi Umehira, Yuki Hayashida, Shigetoshi Hutami, Kouki Takatani, Seiji Kameda, Tetsuya Yagi (Osaka Univ.)
It has been long believed that intracortical microstimulation to the visual cortex can be one of the methods that artifi... [more] BioX2015-35 MBE2015-46 NC2015-30
pp.71-76
NC, MBE 2015-03-16
11:00
Tokyo Tamagawa University Voltage imaging of the neural excitation area in response to intra-cortical microstimulation
Yuta Tanaka, Yuki Hayashida, Yuya Sakata, Tetsuya Yagi (Osaka Univ.)
In physiological experiments using neural tissues, extra-cellular current stimulation delivered through the electrode in... [more] MBE2014-118 NC2014-69
pp.13-18
MBE 2015-01-22
15:40
Kumamoto Kumamoto University Voltage-sensitive dye imaging of the cortico-cortical signaling between cerebral hemispheres in mice in vivo
Shigetoshi Futami, Yuki Hayashida, Tetsuya Yagi (Osaka Univ.)
Inter-hemispheric neural connections across the corpus callosum are of essential importance in integrating the informati... [more] MBE2014-103
pp.47-52
MBE 2015-01-22
16:05
Kumamoto Kumamoto University Experimental analyses on linear response characteristics of mouse retinal ganglion cells
Yuki Naruto, Tetsuya Yagi, Yuki Hayashida (Osaka Univ.)
The vertebrate retina processes visual information contained in the outside world image by the multi-channel parallel ne... [more] MBE2014-104
pp.53-58
MBE 2015-01-22
16:30
Kumamoto Kumamoto University Imaging analyses on spatio-temporal responses to multi-electrode stimulation in mouse visual cortex in vivo
Koki Takatani, Yuki Hayashida, Kozo Takeuchi, Shunpei Yamaguchi, Yuka Okazaki, Tetsuya Yagi (Osaka Univ.)
Previous clinical studies on the artificial vision by means of the stimulating cerebral cortex have found that electrica... [more] MBE2014-105
pp.59-64
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2014-03-17
13:50
Tokyo Tamagawa University A simulation study on the long-range horizontal signal propagation in the primary visual cortex.
Shota Uno, Keisuke Tsuzaki, Yuki Hayashida, Tetsuya Yagi (Osaka Univ.)
In mouse primary visual cortex, it is believed that horizontal signal propagation in layer 2/3 is an important phenomeno... [more] NC2013-94
pp.37-40
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