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Nov 10, 2016
Content Visit MCS at the Neuroscience 2016 and see our latest developments. MEA2100-256-System ME2100-System
Oct 27, 2016
Multi Channel Systems has a long standing reputation for in vitro electrophysiology. Our microelectrode arrays (MEA) have been used for more than two decades to record from cultured cardiomyocytes. Since the evolution of stem cell derived cardiomyocytes (ES and iPS) it was possible to work on human cardiomyocytes with our MEA technology.
Sep 16, 2016
Content Visit MCS at the Safety Pharmacology Society Annual Meeting and see our latest developments.
Aug 31, 2016
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Jun 20, 2016
Content Visit MCS at the upcoming exhibitions ISSCR, MEA Meeting, and FENS.
May 18, 2016
Content Wireless in vivo Recordings Complete functionality with new generation of the Wireless-System
May 04, 2016
10th International Meeting on Substrate-Integrated Microelectrode Arrays Location: Reutlingen, Germany Date: June 28 - July 1, 2016http://www.nmi.de/meameetinghttps://www.facebook.com/MEA.Meeting 2nd Tübingen Neurotech Symposium: Research for Visionhttp://www.nmi.de/meameeting/neurotech-symposium/
Apr 19, 2016
We recently released an new series of video tutorials about the CMOS-MEA-Control software. This gives you a headstart in how to use our online tool for the CMOS-MEA-System.
Feb 24, 2016
Content Meet MCS at the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting in Los Angeles at booth #522 Product information Interface Board 3.0 Multiboot PatchServer
Oct 29, 2015
The Multiwell-MEA-System from Multi Channel Systems moves MEA-technology to higher throughput. 24- and 96-wellplates enable multiple MEA experiments for neuronal and cardiac cultures. We have been validating this technology with iPS-CM primary cell cultures from various providers and we are happy to announce that we have amazing success rates of over 90 % readable signals on this system. Plates are available sterilized and if necessary coated with PEDOT/CNT on the electrodes to minimize the impedance level.

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