A neural colloid, commonly referred to as simply a colloid and sometimes with the portmanteau neuroid, is a class of human-implantable multielectrode array (MEA) primarily designed to wirelessly read and stimulate neural activity in the brain. Colloids in their current form were developed by Sanial and entered widespread use with the international adoption of G6 in 2041. While many medical, commercial, and military colloids have been developed, the most common is the line of colloids in use by G6 for the purposes of neurometric identification and the diagnosis of Cariappa-Muren disease (CMD). (Full article…)
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