Electrophysiological Recording System And Methods Of Using Same

Abstract

Electrophysiological recording systems for analysis of cultured cells include an recording device and a housing for supporting the electrophysiological recording device. The device has a porous membrane with top and bottom surfaces and a plurality of pores extending between the top and bottom surfaces. The porous membrane defines a first cell culture region disposed on the top surface and an opposed second cell culture region disposed on the bottom surface. The electrophysiological recording device has a plurality of electrodes positioned on the porous membrane in between a first insulation layer and a second insulation layer. The plurality of electrodes extend to the first cell culture region of the porous membrane. Recording ends of the electrodes measure electrical properties of cells cultured within the first and second cell culture regions, while the contact ends of the electrodes are positioned in electrical communication with data acquisition equipment.


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  • Publication: Sep 20, 2016
  • Application: Jul 15, 2011
    US US 201113810402 A
  • Priority: Jul 15, 2011
    US US 201113810402 A
  • Priority: Jul 15, 2011
    US US 2011/0044128 W
  • Priority: Jul 16, 2010
    US US 39969410 P

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