Frustrated by poor chronic performance of your silicon neural probes? Broken too many expensive, fragile silicon neural probes? Data contaminated by optogenetic photo-electric artifacts?
Our advanced range of silicon neural probe microelectrodes
Our neuroscientist-designed range of silicon neural probe are purpose-engineered and optimized for single unit recording combined with optogenetics in anaesthetised, head-fixed and freely-behaving animals. Benefiting from best-in-class signal to noise performance along with minimal sensitivity to photoelectric artifacts you can easily acquire highly quality single unit and local field potential data alongside integrated fiber optic and fluidic cannulae.
Record ACROSS multiple cell layers
Our innovative H-Series neural probes use our most advanced manufacturing technology to produce probes capable of spanning 1.3 mm without sacrificing single unit resolution or compromising tissue damage. At <80 micron wide for 64 channels on single shank, these advanced neural probes are minimally-invasive and open new horizons for trans-laminar single unit recording and high-resolution current source density analysis across multiple cell layers. Our L-series neural probes provide a similar tissue-span with lower channel-counts and wider inter-electrode spacing, from 0.7 - 3.1 mm.
Our unique H1 / H1b probe utilizing the world's smallest ultra-high-density electrode array style caters to those aiming at the smallest neurons in the brain (i.e. granule cells) or those needing to pack a lot of electrodes into a small target, such as the locus coeruleus or raphe nuclei.
Record ALONG cell layers
Our F-, P- and E-series silicon neural probes offer you a variety of electrode layouts tailored to optimize electrode placement along cell layers such as the hippocampal principal cell layer, the cerebellar Purkinje cell layer and so on, or within and between cortical columns. The electrodes are arranged in poly-trode grids to ensure high-resolution single unit recording and superior spike-sorting power.
All of our probes are available in acute and chronic forms and offer superior signal-to-noise performance and outstanding chronic single unit stability, along with seamless integration with fiber-optics and near-zero photoelectric artefacts for optogenetics + electrophysiology too!