MaxOne Single-Well HD-MEA System

MaxOne High-Density Microelectrode Array (HD-MEA) System

Key Features

High-Quality Data
High-resolution and high-quality data while tracking dynamic changes at cellular, subcellular and network levels.
Sensitivity
Smallest signals capture (uV) thanks to low-noise recording channels and high electrode density.
Flexible
Compactly built, MaxOne Recording Unit can be flexibly installed in various environments and is compatible with other devices for both cultured samples and acute tissues.
Reproducibility
Optimized recordings strategies to analyze the entire culture at individual neuronal levels, increasing data reproducibility and statistical power.
Long-Term Experiments
Cell development, maturation, or compound effects access by performing longitudinal experiments over the course of days, weeks, and months.
Integrity
Non-invasive and label-free recordings, eliminating any potential side effects associated with the use of dyes and prolonged exposure to light.

Product Overview

MaxWell Biosystems’s MaxOne is a CMOS-based HD-MEA, an electrical imaging system for neuroscience, drug discovery, and cell assessment applications. MaxOne captures high-quality signals at subcellular resolution from long-term culture experiments and acute tissue experiments (e.g., brain slices, retina).

Cell Activity Footprint
26’400 Pt-Electrodes Per Well
3’625 Electrodes/mm2
Low-Noise Readouts
Flexible Electrical Stimulation
Different readouts
Network level
Cellular level
Subcellular level

MaxOne HD-MEA system can be flexibly installed in diverse environments. For instance, MaxOne Recording Unit can operate long-term inside cell-culture incubators, and can be integrated with perfusion systems, enabling users to perform acute tissue recordings. Additionally, the system is compatible with other devices, such as being placed under an upright microscope for imaging and microscopy purposes, and integrated with tissue holders for acute tissue experiments.

Learn About MaxOne Accessories

All consumable MaxOne Chips share the same core features of our HD-MEA technology but differs in ways that allows them to be more suitable for cultured or acute samples. 

Learn About MaxOne Chips
MaxOne System Features
ComponentsHub
Recording Unit
System status indicator LED
Dimension (L x W x H)Hub: 18.5 x 28x 9 cm3
Recording Unit: 15 x 9.5 x 2.5 cm3
Chip compatibilitySmall (PSM)
Large (PLM)
Incubator friendlyYes, for the Recording Unit

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Publications Featuring the MaxOne

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In vitro neurons learn and exhibit sentience when embodied in a simulated game-world

Kagan, Brett J; Kitchen, Andy C; Tran, Nhi T; Parker, Bradyn J; Bhat, Anjali; Rollo, Ben; Razi, Adeel; Friston, Karl J

In vitro neurons learn and exhibit sentience when embodied in a simulated game-world Journal Article

BioRxiv, 2021.

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Unifying framework for information processing in stochastically driven dynamical systems

Kubota, Tomoyuki; Takahashi, Hirokazu; and Nakajima, Kohei

Unifying framework for information processing in stochastically driven dynamical systems Journal Article

Physical Review Research, 2021.

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Human-Relevant Sensitivity of iPSC-Derived Human Motor Neurons to BoNT/A1 and B1

Schenke, Maren; Prause, Hélène-Christine; Bergforth, Wiebke; Przykopanski, Adina

Human-Relevant Sensitivity of iPSC-Derived Human Motor Neurons to BoNT/A1 and B1 Journal Article

toxins, 2021.

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16p11.2 deletion is associated with hyperactivation of human iPSC-derived dopaminergic neuron networks and is rescued by RHOA inhibition in vitro

Sundberg, Maria; Pinson, Hannah; Smith, Richard S; Winden, Kellen D; Venugopal, Pooja; Tai, Derek J C; Gusella, James F; Talkowski, Michael E; Walsh, Christopher A; Tegmark, Max; Sahin, Mustafa

16p11.2 deletion is associated with hyperactivation of human iPSC-derived dopaminergic neuron networks and is rescued by RHOA inhibition in vitro Journal Article

Nature Communications, 12 (2897 ), 2021.

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Inhibitory neurons exhibit high controlling ability in the cortical microconnectome

Kajiwara Motoki; Nomura, Ritsuki; Goetze Felix; Kawabata Masanori; Isomura Yoshikazu; Akutsu Tatsuya; Shimono Masanori;

Inhibitory neurons exhibit high controlling ability in the cortical microconnectome Journal Article

PLOS Computational Biology, 2021.

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Different contrast encoding in ON and OFF visual pathways

Idrees, Saad; Münch, Thomas A

Different contrast encoding in ON and OFF visual pathways Journal Article

BioRxiv, 2020.

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MAPSYNE: Miniaturized micropipette system combined with high-density microelectrode arrays for automated manipulation of neuronal networks in-vitro

Ricci, Chiara; Frey, Urs; Obien, Marie Engelene J

MAPSYNE: Miniaturized micropipette system combined with high-density microelectrode arrays for automated manipulation of neuronal networks in-vitro Journal Article

IEEE, 2020.

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Layers II/III of Prefrontal Cortex in Df(h22q11)/+ Mouse Model of the 22q11.2 Deletion Display Loss of Parvalbumin Interneurons and Modulation of Neuronal Morphology and Excitability

Al-Absi, Abdel-Rahman; Qvist, Per; Okujeni, Samora; Khan, Ahmad Raza; Glerup, Simon; Sanchez, Connie; Nyengaard, Jens R

Layers II/III of Prefrontal Cortex in Df(h22q11)/+ Mouse Model of the 22q11.2 Deletion Display Loss of Parvalbumin Interneurons and Modulation of Neuronal Morphology and Excitability Journal Article

Molecular Neurobiology, 2020.

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Perceptual saccadic suppression starts in the retina

Idrees, Saad; Baumann, Matthias P; Franke, Felix; Münch, Thomas A; Hafed, Ziad M

Perceptual saccadic suppression starts in the retina Journal Article

Nature Communications, 11 (1977), 2020.

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Echo State Property of Neuronal Cell Cultures

Kubota, Tomoyuki; Nakajima, Kohei; Takahashi, Hirokazu

Echo State Property of Neuronal Cell Cultures Book Chapter

11731 , Springer, 2019, ISBN: 978-3-030-30493-5.

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Comparison of axonal-conduction velocity in developing primary cells and human iPSC-derived neurons

Obien, Marie Engelene J; Zorzi, Giulio; Fiscella, Michele; Leary, Noelle; Hierlemann, Andreas

Comparison of axonal-conduction velocity in developing primary cells and human iPSC-derived neurons Conference

11th International Meeting on Substrate Integrated Microelectrode Arrays (MEA Meeting) Reutlingen, Germany, 2018.

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Automatic extraction of axonal arbor morphology applied to h-iPSC-derived neurons

Zorzi, Giulio; Obien, Marie Engelene J; Fiscella, Michele; Leary, Noelle; Hierlemann, Andreas

Automatic extraction of axonal arbor morphology applied to h-iPSC-derived neurons Conference

11th International Meeting on Substrate Integrated Microelectrode Arrays (MEA Meeting) Reutlingen, Germany, 2018.

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Large-scale mapping of cortical synaptic projections with extracellular electrode arrays

Shein-Idelson, Mark; Pammer, Lorenz; Hemberger, Mike; Laurent, Gilles

Large-scale mapping of cortical synaptic projections with extracellular electrode arrays Journal Article

Nature Methods, 14 (9), pp. 882–889, 2017, ISSN: 1548-7091.

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Causal evidence for retina-dependent and -independent visual motion computations in mouse cortex

Hillier, Daniel; Fiscella, Michele; Drinnenberg, Antonia; Trenholm, Stuart; Rompani, Santiago B; Raics, Zoltan; Katona, Gergely; Jüttner, Josephine; Hierlemann, Andreas; Rozsa, Balazs; Roska, Botond

Causal evidence for retina-dependent and -independent visual motion computations in mouse cortex Journal Article

Nature Neuroscience, 20 (7), pp. 960–968, 2017, ISSN: 1097-6256.

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Cortical axons, isolated in channels, display activity-dependent signal modulation as a result of targeted stimulation

Lewandowska, Marta K; Radivojevic, Milos; Jäckel, David; Müller, Jan; Hierlemann, Andreas

Cortical axons, isolated in channels, display activity-dependent signal modulation as a result of targeted stimulation Journal Article

Frontiers in Neuroscience, 10 , pp. 83, 2016, ISSN: 1662453X.

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High-resolution CMOS MEA platform to study neurons at subcellular, cellular, and network levels

Müller, Jan; Ballini, Marco; Livi, Paolo; Chen, Yihui; Radivojevic, Milos; Shadmani, Amir; Viswam, Vijay; Jones, Ian L; Fiscella, Michele; Diggelmann, Roland; Stettler, Alexander; Frey, Urs; Bakkum, Douglas J; Hierlemann, Andreas

High-resolution CMOS MEA platform to study neurons at subcellular, cellular, and network levels Journal Article

Lab Chip, 15 (13), pp. 2767-2780, 2015, ISSN: 1473-0197.

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A network comprising short and long noncoding RNAs and RNA helicase controls mouse retina architecture.

Krol, Jacek; Krol, Ilona; Alvarez, Claudia Patricia Patino; Fiscella, Michele; Hierlemann, Andreas; Roska, Botond; Filipowicz, Witold

A network comprising short and long noncoding RNAs and RNA helicase controls mouse retina architecture. Journal Article

Nature Communications, 6 , pp. 7305, 2015, ISSN: 2041-1723.

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A 1024-channel CMOS microelectrode array with 26,400 electrodes for recording and stimulation of electrogenic cells in vitro

Ballini, Marco; Müller, Jan; Livi, Paolo; Chen, Yihui; Frey, Urs; Stettler, Alexander; Shadmani, Amir; Viswam, Vijay; Jones, Ian L; Jäckel, David; Radivojevic, Milos; Lewandowska, Marta K; Gong, Wei; Fiscella, Michele; Bakkum, Douglas J; Heer, Flavio; Hierlemann, Andreas

A 1024-channel CMOS microelectrode array with 26,400 electrodes for recording and stimulation of electrogenic cells in vitro Journal Article

IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, 49 (11), pp. 2705-2719, 2014, ISSN: 00189200.

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