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05.06.2019: SyncroPatch 384PE in use at the Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute (IHMRI), Australia

Prof. David Adams and Associate Prof. Mirella Dottori from the Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute (IHMRI), Australia who currently study neurons have been using our SyncroPatch 384PE robot to measure the electrical activity of as many as 384 cells at a time.

“There are only a few of these robots worldwide and it’s currently the most powerful way to study the activity of cells in real time.” Prof. Adams says. “We need to ensure that the sensory neurons we grow mimic real human tissue. The SyncroPatch 384PE helps us understand and validate these cells,” adds on Prof. Dottori.

The two researchers who have been investigating drug candidates for chronic pain, and working towards precise, personalised neurological treatment for more than 20 years are very pleased with Nanion’s SyncroPatch 384PE which is capable of recording from up to 384 (or 768) cells simultaneously.

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