These flexible, ultrathin (12 µm) microelectrode arrays are fabricated from polyimide foil and metal thin films. They are ideal for in vivo/ex vivo experiments and specific in vitro applications. FlexMEAs can be easily attached to the surface of heart and brain tissue.
To record from deeper tissue regions, an implantation method is currently been developed. Stay tuned for updates!
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Stutzki H, et. al. Subretinal electrical stimulation reveals intact network activity in the blind mouse retina. Journal of Neurophysiology 2016.