Versatile Flexible Graphene Multielectrode Arrays
AbstractGraphene is a promising material possessing features relevant to bioelectronics applications. Graphene microelectrodes (GMEAs), which are fabricated in a dense array on a flexible polyimide substrate, were investigated in this work for their performance via electrical impedance spectroscopy. Biocompatibility and suitability of the GMEAs for extracellular recordings were tested by measuring electrical activities from acute heart tissue and cardiac muscle cells. The recordings show encouraging signal-to-noise ratios of 65 ± 15 for heart tissue recordings and 20 ± 10 for HL-1 cells. Considering the low noise and excellent robustness of the devices, the sensor arrays are suitable for diverse and biologically relevant applications. View Full-Text
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Kireev, D.; Seyock, S.; Ernst, M.; Maybeck, V.; Wolfrum, B.; Offenhäusser, A. Versatile Flexible Graphene Multielectrode Arrays. Biosensors 2017, 7, 1.
Kireev D, Seyock S, Ernst M, Maybeck V, Wolfrum B, Offenhäusser A. Versatile Flexible Graphene Multielectrode Arrays. Biosensors. 2017; 7(1):1.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kireev, Dmitry; Seyock, Silke; Ernst, Mathis; Maybeck, Vanessa; Wolfrum, Bernhard; Offenhäusser, Andreas. 2017. "Versatile Flexible Graphene Multielectrode Arrays." Biosensors 7, no. 1: 1.
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