Flexible MEAs

The flexible MEAs are gold or silver wires embedded in polyimide (PI) film with a thickness of 0.01mm to 0.1mm. Due to its adhesive and stretchable nature of polyimide, one of the advantages of using flexible MEAs is to have a close contact between the tissue and the electrodes, therefore, it makes them a perfect candidate for in vivo studies in heart and brain.

Flat Cross MEAs

Cat.36-0364

This Flat Cross MEAs can cover more different areas of cardiac tissues including sinoatrial node, atrioventricular node, atrial preparations, ventricular preparations. It is applicable to different size of animal species such as mouse, rat, rabbit, guinea pig, dog and goat. It can be customized on demand.

Features

  • Up to 256 channels.
  • Higher spatial resolution.
  • Golden or silver electrode.
  • Customized size, layouts, and embedding materials

Flat MEAs

Cat.36-0164

This thin soft MEAs is especially suitable for in vivo and ex vivo electrophysiological studies on ventricular surface either from small or large animals such as mouse, rat, rabbit, guinea pig, dog and goat. The flat MEAs is almost like a wearable device can be easily molded onto the moisturized epicardium.

Features

  • Up to 256 channels.
  • Golden or silver electrode.
  • Higher spatial resolution.
  • Customized size, layouts and embedding materials.

In vivo Flat Electrode

Cat.36-0264

Size matters when it comes to experiments. The top one is applicable to small samples such as sinoatrial node, atrioventricular node, atria and ventricles isolated from mouse, rat, rabbit, guinea pig, dog and goat. The bottom one is not only for the in vivo study area where the probe is difficult to approach, e.g. posterior of ventricles.; but also for the studies on the ventricular epicardium from the larger animalls such as sheep, pig and dog.

Features

  • Up to 256 channels.
  • Golden or silver electrode.
  • Higher spatial resolution.
  • Customized size, layouts and embedding materials.