Excitable cells play a fundamental role in life, from the beating heart to brain function. With Maestro MEA technology, any scientist can now quickly and easily measure electrical network behavior in live cells at high throughput.
Now there's nothing to stop you from exploring life’s circuitry
384 simultaneous live recordings from your cells. Now you can understand life’s circuitry label-free in real-time.
Perfect for characterizing newly created iPS cells, researching the behavior of diseased cells, screening for drugs to treat that disease, or examining potential toxic effects of drug candidates.
See what you've been missing
Axion’s powerful electrode processing chip just got even better. Experience stronger signals, ultra-low frequency content, & boundless flexibility
Featuring 6 BioCore v4 cores, the Maestro Edge brings electrode recordings into the future.
Today’s MEA applications are just the beginning!
Axion's patent-pending Local Extracellular Action Potential (LEAP) assay™ records extracellular action potential waveforms that are stable for 10-20+ minutes. Quantify action potential morphology or characterize complex repolarization irregularities (e.g. EADs) label-free and in real-time.
It's time to LEAP!
Cells are a product of their environment. Maestro Edge has a smart environmental chamber that finely controls heat and CO₂ while rejecting electrical noise and mechanical vibrations.
Achieve ultimate data quality and reliability with a premium environment
“One button setup,” means temperature and CO₂ levels automatically adjust on plate docking. Plate usage is logged via an integrated plate barcode scanner for convenient experiment tracking.
With effortless setup, you can focus on the science
Need to recreate a specific pattern of cellular activity? Stimulate your cells with electrical or light pulses.
Take control of your experiments
AxIS Navigator provides a simplified approach to the setup, execution and analysis of MEA experiments.
Powerful data doesn’t have to mean complicated software
Testing 1000s of compounds or just few precious cell samples?
There’s a Maestro for your lab