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Self-Positioning Cell-Network Electrophysiological Monitoring Chip
CapitalBio Self Positioning Cell-Network Electrophysiological Monitoring System (CEMS) is a revolutionary biochip-based microelectronic sensor system for monitoring the electrophysiological signals of cells. Dozens of microelectrods either for cell positioning or for signal testing are arrayed on the surface of a 10 mm × 10 mm glass slide. Cells can be positioned over recording microelectrodes and cell membrane potential discharges of attached cells can then be recorded automatically by the microelectrodes. Changes to the membrane potentials of the cells are measured and recorded automatically in real time by CEMS. Cultured cells growing in the micro-well are monitored in their natural state without any stimulation undesirable mechanical, electrical or chemical stimulation. The entire process is non-invasive and harmless to the cells.
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