Carbon nanotube-based neurochips.

Moshe David-Pur*, Mark Shein, Yael Hanein

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High-density carbon nanotube (CNT)-coated surfaces are highly neuro-adhesive. When shaped into regular arrays of isolated islands on a non-adhesive support substrate (such as a clean glass), CNTs can function as effective encoring sites for neurons and glia cells for in-vitro applications. Primarily, patterned CNT islands provide a means to form complex, engineered, interconnected neuronal networks with pre-designed geometry via utilizing the self-assembly process of neurons. Depositing these CNT islands onto multielectrode array chip can facilitate both cell anchoring but also electrical interfacing between the electrodes and the neurons.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)171-177
Number of pages7
JournalMethods in Molecular Biology
StatePublished - 2010


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