Title64 Channel ASIC for Neurobiology Experiments
Journal titleInternational Journal of Electronics and Telecommunications
Divisions of PASNauki Techniczne
PublisherPolish Academy of Sciences Committee of Electronics and Telecommunications
IdentifierISSN 2081-8491 (until 2012) ; eISSN 2300-1933 (since 2013)
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