Mini brain, BIG potential

Your mini-brains have big potential! Discover the electrical activity of your neural organoids with Axion's Maestro Pro and Maestro Edge microelectrode array (MEA) systems.

Recent trends in developmental biology and disease-in-a-dish modeling highlight the value of using cell models that more accurately recapitulate the multicellular organization and structure of in vivo tissues, such as neural organoids, also known as mini-brains. However, can the complexity of these more advanced 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? Using Maestro MEA technology, any scientist can now quickly and easily measure electrical network behavior in live cells at high throughput. Now there is nothing stopping you from exploring life’s circuitry.