Novel optical oxy/deoxy hemoglobin monitoring as a modality for non-invasive real-time monitoring of cognitive activity and beyond

Davies-Shaw D, Huser T (2008)
In: Proc. SPIE int.Soc.Eng. 6863. 68630A-1-68630-10.

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Davies-Shaw D, Huser T. Novel optical oxy/deoxy hemoglobin monitoring as a modality for non-invasive real-time monitoring of cognitive activity and beyond. In: Proc. SPIE int.Soc.Eng. 6863. 2008: 68630A-1-68630-10.
Davies-Shaw, D., & Huser, T. (2008). Novel optical oxy/deoxy hemoglobin monitoring as a modality for non-invasive real-time monitoring of cognitive activity and beyond. Proc. SPIE int.Soc.Eng. 6863, 68630A-1-68630-10.
Davies-Shaw, D., and Huser, T. (2008). “Novel optical oxy/deoxy hemoglobin monitoring as a modality for non-invasive real-time monitoring of cognitive activity and beyond” in Proc. SPIE int.Soc.Eng. 6863 68630A-1-68630-10.
Davies-Shaw, D., & Huser, T., 2008. Novel optical oxy/deoxy hemoglobin monitoring as a modality for non-invasive real-time monitoring of cognitive activity and beyond. In Proc. SPIE int.Soc.Eng. 6863. pp. 68630A-1-68630-10.
D. Davies-Shaw and T. Huser, “Novel optical oxy/deoxy hemoglobin monitoring as a modality for non-invasive real-time monitoring of cognitive activity and beyond”, Proc. SPIE int.Soc.Eng. 6863, 2008, pp.68630A-1-68630-10.
Davies-Shaw, D., Huser, T.: Novel optical oxy/deoxy hemoglobin monitoring as a modality for non-invasive real-time monitoring of cognitive activity and beyond. Proc. SPIE int.Soc.Eng. 6863. p. 68630A-1-68630-10. (2008).
Davies-Shaw, D., and Huser, Thomas. “Novel optical oxy/deoxy hemoglobin monitoring as a modality for non-invasive real-time monitoring of cognitive activity and beyond”. Proc. SPIE int.Soc.Eng. 6863. 2008. 68630A-1-68630-10.
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