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Blackrock Microsystems Obtains Expanded 510(k) to Market NeuroPort System
Date:7/15/2009

ologists and neurosurgeons an innovative and unequalled resource to detect, transmit and analyze brain activity in a wide range of intra-operative, outpatient and research settings. Significant advantages of the NeuroPort System include, among others:
 
  • Real-time access to data;
  • Scalable, 256-channel channel recording capability;
  • Automatic spike sorting with multiple sorting options;
  • Open data file format that is compatible with third-party applications; and
  • Synchronous filtering to remove non-biological signals.
"Our 510(k) marketing approval significantly expands the potential medical applications of our NeuroPort Signal Processing platform, which supports our continued drive to develop products to support closed-loop control for therapeutic and prosthetic applications," said Chief Executive Officer Andrew Gotshalk. "The NeuroPort System enables us to work directly with leading clinicians to develop applications of our technology to monitor, diagnose and treat a wide range of debilitating diseases and conditions that, today, are poorly managed and diagnosed."

In March 2009, Blackrock Microsystems acquired worldwide rights to the NeuroPort acute monitoring platform technology from Cyberkinetics Neurotechnology Systems, Inc., formerly of Foxborough, Massachusetts. The NeuroPort System platform is currently used in the BrainGate Neural Interface System (approved under IDE), which is designed for chronic use in people with spinal cord injuries, stroke and neurodegenerative conditions. Cyberkinetics previously obtained 510k clearance to market the NeuroPort System in April 200
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