Perform in vitro electrocardiograms to gain functional and spatiotemporal insights from cardiac cells. Record electrophysiological activity in cardiomyocytes cultures, cardiac spheroids, and cardiac organoids.
Primary cardiomyocytes culture
Human induced pluripotent stem-cell derived cardiomyocytes
Explanted heart tissue
The rise of human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs)-derived cardiomyocytes brings a promising new dimension to cardiac safety assays, a mandatory step in the development of new drugs.
With thousands of simultaneously recording electrodes, our single-well HD-MEAs and CorePlate™ multiwells can record cardiac cell rhythm and other parameters, such as QT-interval duration, contraction (beat) period, signal amplitude, and propagation velocity at an unprecedented spatial and temporal resolution by providing:
Label-free, non-invasive functional monitoring of cardiac cells’ electrical activity
High sampling rate (20 kHz) and high spatial resolution for a more accurate and detailed description of the cardiac signal propagation
Kinetic functional assay to observe culture development over days to weeks, suitable for long-term cardiac toxicology studies
High statistical significance of the waveform parameters
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Integrated cardiac signal detection algorithms
Different cardiac signal detectors are available in BrainWave software to extract and classify relevant parameters
Real time analysis
Performing real time analysis of entire network activity and live quantification of phenotypic changes in cardiomyocyte cell activity
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A collection of reviews from our customers
The HD MEAs allow us to perform accurate cardiotoxicity assessments on hiPS cardiomyocytes by applying a novel laser technology for recording high-quality action potentials from thousands of cardiac cells simultaneously.
The BioCAM offers, for the first time, recordings at a scale that allow validation of models of neuronal population activity. This is a major step that will drive, in turn, the development of theories in neuroscience.
Our laboratory works on brain experimental recordings and modeling on multiple scales, from molecular/cellular to whole brain in animals and humans. The use of BioCAM X integrates perfectly into the workflow as it allows a unique set of measurements on distributed network activities.
We engineer a novel plasticity neuroelectronic platform using CMOS-MEA, nano-microtechnology and computational tools to decipher the molecular and functional plasticity simultaneously in a large-scale circuit/network in health and disease.
Location to specific products and samples within 3Brain's resources
Cell (2023) DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2023.10.030
Advanced Science (2021). DOI: 10.1002/advs.202100627