A guideline for standardized performance tests for electrodes intended for neural interfaces and bioelectronics
How should we measure and define performance of neural electrodes, so that we know when and if we are making progress? By sharing our view on “best practice” performance tests for neural interfaces and bioelectronics we hope to contribute to more efficient development in the field.
Imaging the scattered light from top of a surface plasmon resonance sensor enable label-free detection of single proteins and quantification of their binding kinetics with digital counting or single molecule tracking.
Organoids from cancer patients, including head and neck cancer organoids, allow for a wide range of applications, including screenings of possible anti-cancer therapies.