Boost studies in neuronal circuitry and drug discovery through functional imaging of brain organoids, tissues and slices
Our high-density microelectrode array, also known as a multielectrode array (HD-MEA), can visualize both spiking activity and field potential propagations (fEPSP, Population Spikes) over large neuronal networks in acute brain tissue preparations at unprecedented spatial and temporal resolutions, enabling you to:
Using our high-density microelectrode array, or multielectrode array (HD-MEA), researchers can study neuronal circuitry and neuronal assembly communication in label-free mode, at a micro-scale level and over large regions. See videos
This is of great interest to those seeking an understanding of the potential targets of molecules, for example in the field of epilepsy. See more
LTP/LTD experimental protocols are routinely used in evaluating the memory deficit induced by potentially neurotoxic compounds. Our high-density microelectrode array, or multielectrode array (HD-MEA), allows superior performance in such experiments, thanks to the ability to gather high-resolution electrophysiological data with high statistical significance and to investigate heterogeneous compound effects in smaller brain regions.