OUR MISSION

We strive to provide researchers with the latest breakthrough technologies to improve understanding of organs such as the brain and heart and their related illnesses.

TECHNOLOGY

Microelectrode arrays (MEA) meet CMOS technology

Our disruptive microelectrode array (MEA) technology revolutionized brain research by enabling a better investigation of neuronal networks. Our pioneering work on CMOS technology allowed researchers to visualize signal propagations occurring at a sub-millisecond scale between thousands of cells for the first time.

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APPLICATION

Extend your possibilities in drug discovery and brain research

Whether neurons, cardiac cells or human stem cells, our technology opens new possibilities by enabling functional imaging assays, identification of network functional and dysfunctional states and precise evaluation of pharmacological responses.

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PRODUCTS

High-resolution electrophysiology platform

Explore our full set of products. Our answer to your experimental needs.

BioCAM X

Discover a new dimension in electrophysiology.

Originating from more than 10 years of development, our high-resolution MEA system combines the latest integrated circuit computing performance with a durable and compact design.

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HD-MEA Probes

Unleash the power of your neuronal preparations

High density microelectrode arrays (HD-MEAs) featuring 4096 simultaneous readout channels and 16 stimulation sites arranged in different configurations meeting various experimental needs.

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Accessories

Find the right accessory for your needs

Designed to fit the HD-MEA platform, our accessories extend experimental possibilities.

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BrainWave

Browsing high-resolution data has never been easier

Advanced acquisition and analysis software tool designed to manage high-content e-physiology data sets. BrainWave makes real-time visualization and the data extraction of key metrics from HD-MEA chips easy.

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RESOURCES

Download useful documentation and files

Explore the capabilities of 3Brain's technology by taking a look at experimental examples.

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Latest publications

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dissociated cultures

State-dependent representation of stimulus-evoked activity in high-density recordings of neural culturespaper

Nieus T., D’Andrea V., Amin H., Di Marco S., Safaai H., Maccione A., Berdondini L. and Panzeri S.

Scientific Reports vol 8, Article number: 5578 (2018), doi:10.1038/s41598-018-23853-x

acute brain slices

Polyethylene glycol restores axonal conduction after corpus callosum transectionpaper

Bamba R., Riley  D. C., Boyer R. B., Pollins A.C., Shack R.B., Thayer W.P.

Neural regeneration research (2017) DOI: 10.4103/1673-5374.206645

acute retina

Eliminating Glutamatergic Input onto Horizontal Cells Changes the Dynamic Range and Receptive Field Organization of Mouse Retinal Ganglion Cellspaper

Stroh S., Puller C., Swirski S., Holzel M., van der Linde L.I.S., Segelken J., Schultz K, Block C., Monyer H., Willecke K., Weiler R., Greschner M., Janssen-Bienhold U. and Dedek K.

The Journal of Neuroscience 2018, doi: https://doi.org/10.1523/JNEUROSCI.0141-17.2018

News

Jul 05 2018

3Brain @ FENS2018 in Berlin

We will be at the 2018 #FENS conference in Berlin from July 7 to July 11. Visit our Booth #163 to see the Most Advanced Device for Label Free Functional Imaging 

Jul 01 2018

3Brain aims for over CHF1.1 million in revenues this year

Three years after the launch of its first product, 3Brain has seen a 38 percent increase in its revenues and now aims to reach over CHF 1.100K this year. The brain-computer company is currently developing new strategies to accelerate its growth.Read more

May 21 2018

3Brain @ ISCAS2018

3Brain has been invitated as industrial speaker at ISCAS meeting on the May 29th, morning session

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May 21 2018

3Brain is proud to be sponsor of Neurizons 2018 29th May – 1st June 2018 in Göttingen, Germany

Join our team of experts present for this event and find out why BioCAM X MEA platform is the technology of choice for label-free in-vitro electrophysiologyRead more