'An MEA is a grid of small electrodes.
When embedded in the surface of a well, and using only basic cell culture techniques, researchers plate electrically active cells on top of the electrodes and measure their activity without disrupting the cells'.
Maestro Pro and Edge systems measure the functionality of neural organoids. Microelectrode array technology.
The Multiwell-MEA system for medium to high throughput in vitro electrophysiology. Featuring a 24- or 96-well plate format, it is especially suited for safety pharmacology and toxicity screenings.
MaxTwo, a high-throughput, high-resolution electrophysiology platform for recording and stimulating electrogenic cells in vitro.
Coffee break webinar series, including: 'Neuronal Organoid activity mimics the fetal brain', 'Measuring oscillatory waves in cerebral organoids' and screening for environmental toxins with a human brain in a dish model'.
Webinars include: 'Morphological, functional & transcriptomic correlation of retinal organoids to the human retina, 'High-resolution functional imaging of Brain Organoids' and 'Functional characterization of human iPSC-derived neurons at single-cell resolution'.
Round up of the latest technology and research