Are you on your way to the Till & McCulloch stem cell conference in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec? Axion is too- and we're bringing our next generation of Maestro MEA platforms.
Stop by our lunchtime workshop on Tuesday, November 7th (Corriveau-Sauteux-Charivari) to see the Maestro Pro and Edge in action. Emily Matheu and Joseph Maffei will discuss how the Maestro MEA systems capture live cell activity from electroactive cells in real-time, providing you with the functional cell information you've been missing. Now you can characterize electroactive cells (e.g. neurons, cardiomyocytes, and muscle cells) label-free in real-time with the Maestro multiwell activity map. Over minutes or months, gain unprecedented access to electrical network function from cultured cell populations. Learn more here.