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Old 05-25-2019, 12:24 AM   #1
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'Neuromodulation of Urinary Tract Function'

'a closed-loop wireless system with a strain gauge wrapped around the bladder of freely moving rats. The strain gauge measures changes in resistance during bladder filling and emptying. When the bladder becomes overactive, a signal is sent to activate a small microscale inorganic light-emitting diode (m-ILED), which, in turn, activates a light-sensitive archaeal protein, an opsin, to selectively reduce neural activity. This action delivers a corrective signal, thereby restoring normal bladder function.'
loved this story: had to share. Imagine hacking
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Perfect. Now if only it can work in humans. I can imagine a lot of people are tired of engaging in light reading at 3AM.


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