Additive manufacturing of multielectrode arrays for biotechnological applications

Edwards, Amelia and Hann, Christopher and Ivill, Henry and Leeson, Hanna and Tymczyszyn, Larysa and Cummings, Damian and Ashton, Mark and Harper, Garry and Spencer, Diane and Low, Wan Li and Rajeev, Kiron and Martin-Hirsch, Pierre and Edwards, Frances and Hardy, John and Rennie, Allan and Cheneler, David (2021) Additive manufacturing of multielectrode arrays for biotechnological applications. Materials Advances, 2021 (2). pp. 1600-1605. ISSN 2633-5409

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Multielectrode arrays (MEAs) are electrical devices that transduce (record/deliver) cellular voltage signals. Commercially available MEAs are expensive and here we provide proof of concept for the application of an additive manufacturing approach to prepare inexpensive MEAs and demonstrate their ability to interact with brain tissue ex vivo.

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