The paper reports for the first time use of a hydrogen terminated diamond electrode for the recording of electrical activity from cultured neurons. Diamond is emerging as a most promising substrate for the development of molecular biosensors, but direct evidence that it can be successfully interfaced with living excitable cells is still missing.

Neuronal cells electrical activity recorded by hydrogen terminated diamond electrode

ARIANO, Paolo;LO GIUDICE, Alessandro;MARCANTONI, Andrea;VITTONE, Ettore;CARBONE, Emilio;LOVISOLO, Davide
2008

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The paper reports for the first time use of a hydrogen terminated diamond electrode for the recording of electrical activity from cultured neurons. Diamond is emerging as a most promising substrate for the development of molecular biosensors, but direct evidence that it can be successfully interfaced with living excitable cells is still missing.
6th Int. Meeting on Substrate-Integrated Microelectrodes
Reutlingen
8-11 Luglio 2008
Proceedings MEA Meeting 2008
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Biosensor; neuronal electrical activity; cultured neurons
Ariano P; Lo Giudice A; Marcantoni A; Vittone E; Carbone E; Lovisolo D
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