In vitro neural models are a powerful tool for the study of both neural function and complex disorders of the human nervous system. Can the complexity of your neural cell models be revealed with only cell imaging, gene expression analysis, or Western blots? The neurons may have the proper characteristics, but how do they function in a network?
The study of electrically active cells has been historically complex, hindering our advancements in human biology and treating diseases. Using Maestro microelectrode array (MEA) technology, any scientist can quickly and easily measure neural network behavior.