48-well plate for Network Electrophysiology

48-well plate for Network Electrophysiology

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The M768-KAP Kapton series of high throughput microelectrode arrays (MEAs) are ideally suited for investigation of electroactive cells and tissue (e.g., neural, cardiac, muscle, and spinal tissue). Recording range across a 1,1 × 1,1 mm area.

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48-well plate for Network Electrophysiology

The M768-KAP Kapton series of high throughput microelectrode arrays (MEAs) are ideally suited for investigation of electroactive cells and tissue (e.g., neural, cardiac, muscle, and spinal tissue). The MEA-wells are organized in an ANSI-SLAS compliant format, compatible with traditional plate readers and automated instrumentation.

Within each well, 16 individual embedded microelectrodes (~40-50 µm diameter; 350 µm center-to-center spacing) with integrated Ground electrodes are capable of simultaneously monitoring the activity of individual cells. The arrangement of these electrodes into a grid extends the recording range across a 1,1 × 1,1 mm area, providing concurrent access to both single-cell and network-level activity.

Each well has a smaller diameter in the bottom to ensure cells and surface treatments are targeted directly over the electrodes. The Axion M768-KAP product line is available in the following electrode material – Nano-textured Gold.

Features

  • higher throughput 48-well configuration
  • 16 low-noise microelectrodes per well
  • 4 integrated ground electrodes per well
  • polymer (Kapton) insulation
  • nano-textured gold electrodes
  • clear or black ANSI compliant well plates
  • evaporation-reducing lid
  • automatic plate recognition in Axion Maestro systems