A low-noise multi-electrode array system for in vitro extracellular electrophysiology. The MED64 is a user-friendly multi-electrode array (MEA) system for stimulation and recording of field potentials (extracellular signals) from different areas within a biological sample over hours, days, weeks and even months. Acute or cultured biological preparations are placed or grown directly on a grid of 64 planar microelectrodes, which serve a dual purpose of stimulus-delivery and signal recording.
The unique construction of the system eliminates the need for cumbersome and expensive equipment used in conventional electrophysiology, including a faraday cage, anti-vibration table, micromanipulators, and even the puller and glass microelectrodes.
MED64 (MEA System) Benefits:
Simultaneous recording of extracellular signals across 64 channels without pulling glass electrodes
Stable, low-noise, high signal-to-noise ratio recording with 1 µV r.m.s noise level
Effective stimulation and high-quality evoked signals
Long-term observation and humidified incubator
On-line analysis with powerful software
Write a review
Sharing your experience will help scientists like you. Achieve Reviewer Status and Win an iPad 3 (All reviews published will be entered into the next drawing on January 30th 2014).