Flexible, all-polymer microelectrode arrays for the capture of cardiac and neuronal signals.

  title={Flexible, all-polymer microelectrode arrays for the capture of cardiac and neuronal signals.},
  author={Axel W. Blau and Angelika Murr and Sandra Wolff and Evelyne Sernagor and Paolo Medini and Giuliano Iurilli and Christiane Ziegler and Fabio Benfenati},
  volume={32 7},
Microelectrode electrophysiology has become a widespread technique for the extracellular recording of bioelectrical signals. To date, electrodes are made of metals or inorganic semiconductors, or hybrids thereof. We demonstrate that these traditional conductors can be completely substituted by highly flexible electroconductive polymers. Pursuing a two-level replica-forming strategy, conductive areas for electrodes, leads and contact pads are defined as microchannels in poly(dimethylsiloxane… CONTINUE READING
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