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Dorsal root ganglia (DRG) are promising sites for recording sensory activity. Current technologies for DRG recording are stiff and typically do not have sufficient site density for high-density neural data techniques. We demonstrate neural recordings in feline sacral DRG using a flexible polyimide microelectrode array with 30-40 μm site spacing. We delivered arrays into DRG with ultrananocrystalline diamond shuttles designed for high stiffness with small footprint. We recorded neural activitydoi:10.1101/2020.07.14.199653 fatcat:k5gjwiadwbdlzotns2rzdcaroi