Biologic electrode array with integrated optical detector

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C204S412000, C204S413000, C422S068100, C422S082010, C422S082020, C422S082030, C422S082050, C436S073000, C436S079000, C436S086000, C436S089000, C436S093000, C436S094000, C436S095000, C436S106000, C436S107000, C436S108000, C436S111000, C436S127000, C436S128000, C436S131000, C436S164000, C436S172000, C436S501000, C436S518000

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ABSTRACT:
A biologic electrode array is formed on a semiconductor substrate. A matrix of electrode sites is disposed on the semiconductor substrate. A matrix of optical detectors is disposed beneath the electrode sites in the semiconductor substrate, wherein each electrode site is associated with a corresponding optical detector. The optical detectors are coupled to detection circuitry formed on the semiconductor substrate. The electrode sites may include slitted electrodes, punctuated electrodes, or optically transparent electrodes.

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