MaxWell Biosystems MaxOne high-density microelectrode array (HD-MEA) system

Monday, 12 February, 2024 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd


MaxWell Biosystems’ MaxOne is a CMOS-based HD-MEA; an electrical imaging system for neuroscience, drug discovery and cell assessment applications. It captures high-quality signals at subcellular resolution from acute tissue experiments (eg, brain slices, retina) and long-term culture experiments. Simultaneous recordings can be performed by running up to four recording units in one system.

A powerful electrophysiology platform for recording and stimulating electrogenic cells in vitro, the product is a high-density microelectrode array system in a single-well format that allows for easy and vibration-free insertion of the MEA device. It can operate inside cell-culture incubators and accessories are available for perfusion compatibility. Microscopy of samples on the HD-MEA surface can be performed using upright objectives.

The system comes in two options. The MaxOne Full offers 1020 recording channels and 32 stimulation channels, while the MaxOne Basic offers 256 recording channels and no stimulation channels. The MaxOne Full also offers unlimited electrode configurations, whole sample electrical imaging, axon tracking and smart population recording. Both units offer MATLAB and Python data analysis tools.

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