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  • CardioExcyte 96

    Combined impedance and MEA-like recordings
  • CardioExcyte 96

    For cardiac safety screening
  • CardioExcyte 96

    Next generation label-free cell analysis
  • CardioExcyte 96

    Intuitive data analysis & arrhythmia detection

Prof. Bjorn C. Knollmann - Statement about the CardioExcyte 96

Icon CE  “We are happy to have acquired the CardioExcyte 96 from Nanion and look forward to publishing the first of many papers. We looked at several different devices on the market but were impressed by the resolution and ease-of-use of the CardioExcyte 96 and Nanion’s enthusiasm and friendly customer support. I was particularly intrigued by the pacing feature, the single electrode design giving better signal to noise ratio, the dual EFP + impedance capability, and the environmental chamber so that you can run everything on the benchtop. The new optical pacing feature added in 2017 has further expanded the utility of the instrument for drug testing and disease modeling: For the first time, rate-dependent changes of cardiac electrophysiology and contractility can be easily quantified.”

Prof. Bjorn C. Knollmann, Director of the Center for Arrhythmia Research and Therapeutics of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine:

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