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This paper proposes a self-diagnostic subsystem for a new generation of brain implants with active electronics. The primary objective of such probes is to deliver optical pulses to optogenetic tissue and record the subsequent activity, but lifetime is currently unknown. Our proposed circuits aim to increase the safety of implanting active electronic probes into human brain tissue. Therefore, prolonging the lifetime of the implant and reducing the risks to the patient. The selfdiagnostic circuitdoi:10.1109/biocas.2016.7833814 dblp:conf/biocas/RamezaniDSD0C16 fatcat:miux6zqlhbdhffsznrglfoc65q