MaxTwo

High-throughput, high-resolution functional imaging

CMOS-based multiwell high-density microelectrode array platform

  • iPSC-derived cells
  • Safety pharmacology and toxicology
  • Drug discovery

MaxOne

High-resolution live cell imaging platform

  • Label-free detection of sub-cellular and network activity
  • Selective electrical stimulation
  • Comprehensive data analysis tools
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Electronics + Biology

MaxOne is a CMOS-based High-Density Microelectrode Array (HD-MEA) System.

This enables compact yet powerful amplifiers, filters, and digitizers to be integrated within the MEA well—close to the cells under study.

Every Cell Counts

With MaxOne, each cell on the MEA can be accessed by multiple electrodes for recording and stimulation.

MaxOne enables long term monitoring of single cell activity, as well as the dynamics of the entire network.

Cell Story Challenge Winners

We are excited to announce the winners of our first Cell Story Challenge. Lill Eva Johansen BCRM, UMC Utrecht, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Neural Circuit Development and Disease Lab – Dr. Jeroen Pasterkamp Research Goal: Interrogating human iPSC-derived motor neurons about nerve conduction in an in vitro model of multifocal motor neuropathy Background and motivation:Multifocal Motor Neuropathy (MMN) is a motor neuron-specific autoimmune neuropathy with the electrophysiological hallmark of conduction block, causing asymmetrical weakness in distal parts of limbs which…

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MxW Monthly Must-Reads (01.2019)

Welcome to the first MxW Monthly Must-Reads (MMM) of 2019! This month’s selection of articles focuses on retina research. The retina, an extension of the brain and the first stage of visual input processing, extracts information about various features of visual stimuli, including size, contrast, colour, orientation and motion direction. With a diversity of neural subtypes both on the levels of local processing and downstream output via retinal ganglion cells, the retina is an amazing model for studying functional sub-circuits…

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Cell Story Challenge 2018

Tell us about your ideas and take your chance to win $2000. Are you a PhD student? Did you always have an experiment in mind but couldn’t find the right technology to carry it out? Do you have your PI’s support? Then join MaxWell Biosystems’ cell story challenge. We are curious to know how would you like to discover you cells story. Our technology can be used to perform long-term, label-free functional imaging for a wide range of biological preparations: cultures of…

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MaxWell Biosystems part of Top 100 Swiss Startups in 2018

MaxWell Biosystems is honoured to be featured in the TOP 100 Swiss startups for 2018 and proud to announce that we are now ranked 22nd. This made us the third biggest climber in this year’s ranking! Furthermore, we were ranked in the top three start-ups in Basel and one of the top five biotech companies.   The TOP 100 Swiss Startup award is organized each year by Venturelab, in cooperation with Handelszeiting and PME Magazine. A panel of both leading investors…

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MaxWell Monthly Must-Reads (June 2018)

June brings us to the fourth edition of our blog series, the MaxWell Monthly Must-Reads. This month’s selection of articles will focus on induced pluripotent stem cells or iPSCs. This technology, developed by researchers at Kyoto University lead by Dr. Shinya Yamanaka, allows adult cells to be genetically ‘reprogrammed’ to a stem cell-like state. Thus, it is possible to derive specific cell types from iPSCs, such as neurons and cardiomyocytes, providing a means to study human cells in-vitro. Increasingly, iPSCs are being used…

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