Are you an academic/government/non-profit researcher interested in presenting Axion MEA data at an upcoming scientific conference? Axion is pleased to announce a Travel Award program to help off-set costs associated with attending. The program is open to researchers worldwide attending a conference in North America or Europe.
Assessment of Proarrhythmic Potential of Drugs in Optogenetically Paced Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Cardiomyocytes
Read about how researchers used Maestro and Lumos technology to optically pace iPSC-CMs in order to attempt to develop a more efficient way to predict proarrhythmic risk during preclinical drug development.
Patel D, Stohlman J, et al. 2019. Toxicological Sciences.
Modeling Cardiac Fibrosis Using Three-Dimensional Cardiac Microtissues Derived from Human Embryonic Stem Cells
Follow researchers as they use Maestro MEA technology to highlight the potential of 3D cardiac microtissues as a valuable tool for manifesting and evaluating the pro-fibrotic effects of various agents, thus representing an important step forward towards an in vitro system for the prediction of drug-induced cardiac fibrosis.
Lee M, Jung KB, et al. 2019. Journal of Biological Engineering.
Spheroid Culture of Mammalian Olfactory Receptor Neurons: Potential Applications for a Bioelectronic Nose
Read about how researchers demonstrated, using Maestro technology, that the ORN spheroid culture process is a promising technique for the development of a bioelectronic nose and high-throughput odorant screening device.
Kim S, Kim SY, et al. 2018. Experimental Neurobiology.
Bundling of Axons Through a Capillary Alginate Gel Enhances the Detection of Axonal Action Potentials Using Microelectrode Arrays
See how Muse technology facilitated the building of a novel three-dimensional functional model of the peripheral nerve that can be used to study the complexities of peripheral neuropathies and nerve regenerations, as well as used in the development of novel therapeutics.
George D, Anderson W, et al. 2018. Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine.
British Toxicology Society (BTS) (April 15-17 | Cambridge, UK)
Join Axion's Europe team this Spring in Cambridge to discover how Maestro MEA is impacting the field of toxicology across the pond.
DDSSCC 2019 (May 13-15 | Crete, Greece)
Otherwise known as "Development of the Dopaminergic System - From Stem Cells to Circuits," this three day show will focus on the development and function of dopamine neurons. Join Axion in Greece to learn more about how Maestro MEA can help you explore neural circuitry.
International Society for Heart Research (ISHR) (June 3-6 | Beijing, China)
Register for ISHR 2019 and join us for an international forum focusing on cutting edge research in the cardiovascular field. Come and experience how MEA technology has helped to advance cardiac assays world-wide.
World Pharma Week (WPW) (June 17-20 | Boston, MA)
Held in Boston MA this year, this meeting will bring together pharmaceutical decision makers from across the globe. The program covers a spectrum of preclinical research and translation across all therapeutic areas, and will include a variety of Maestro MEA research and data. Learn more about this landmark event here.
ISSCR 2019 (June 26-29 | Los Angeles, CA | Booth 621)
In the Los Angeles area June 26-29? Come by booth 621 to see how Maestro research is impacting the field of stem cell research and to learn more about the world's most advanced MEA systems. While at the show, don't miss the numerous posters featuring Maestro MEA data, including ours titled:
"Multiwell microelectrode array technology for the evaluation of human iPSC-derived cardiomyocyte and neuron development, optimization, and validation."
AxIS Navigator provides flexible options for visualizing data. Typically, the individual electrode data plots are displayed in a grid according to the physical layout of the electrodes in each well. However, AxIS Navigator also provides an option to vertically stack the electrode plots in each well, facilitating comparison of beat or burst timing across the entire well. Continuous waveform plots, spike plots, and cardiac beat plots can all be plotted in a vertical stack by right-clicking on any electrode plot and selecting Stack Plots.