The Axion Maestro multielectrode array (MEA) platforms are used to monitor neural co-cultures for days or even weeks. Researchers studying neuronal cells or complex models rely on the advanced capabilities of this platform to gain deeper insights into network activity in real time and label-free.
The neuroimmune field is always evolving. This download highlights four publications from scientists who are using the Maestro platform to understand the neuronal and immune cell effects on network activity.
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