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Cluster Microelectrodes

Cluster Microelectrodes are widely used for recording or stimulation in chronic applications. We offer recording/stimulation sites in stereo arrangements up to bundles of 6 and beyond. We can custom offset the sites for depth studies, or provide a center reference microelectrode surrounded by a bundle of recording sites for differential recording.

For Research Only – Not For Human Use

These cluster microelectrodes are designed for acute research and can be used to stimulate a single cell.

Detailed specifications and technical information can be found under the Technical Documents tab.

Sold in packages of 3.

SKU Metal R/SF Inner Pole Diameter Length
30207 Platinum-Iridium Single-Cell 25 μm 50mm
30208  Platinum-Iridium Single-Cell 12.5 μm 50mm
30209 Platinum-Iridium Multi-Cell 50 μm 50mm

 

Refrence the table below  if you are looking for a common custom Cluster microelectrode number

Custom Microelectrode Code Closest/Matching Standard Number Differences
CE2C55 30207 Same base product, standard microelectrode is 5mm shorter
CE2C65 30207 Same base product, standard microelectrode is 15mm shorter

Cluster Bipolar specifications

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Cleaning and Sterilization of Research Microelectrodes

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Penn, A. C., Zhang, C. L., Georges, F., Royer, L., Breillat, C., Hosy, E., et al. (2017). Hippocampal LTP and contextual learning require surface diffusion of AMPA receptors. Nature, 549(7672), 384–388.

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Kimura, R., MacTavish, D., Yang, J., Westaway, D., & Jhamandas, J. H. (2016). Pramlintide Antagonizes Beta Amyloid (Aβ)- and Human Amylin-Induced Depression of Hippocampal Long-Term Potentiation. Molecular Neurobiology, 54(1), 748–754.

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Lovelace, J. W., Corches, A., Vieira, P. A., Hiroto, A. S., Mackie, K., & Korzus, E. (2015). An animal model of female adolescent cannabinoid exposure elicits a long-lasting deficit in presynaptic long-term plasticity. Neuropharmacology, 99, 242–255.

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Bhagya, V. R., Srikumar, B. N., Veena, J., & Shankaranarayana Rao, B. S. (2016). Short-term exposure to enriched environment rescues chronic stress-induced impaired hippocampal synaptic plasticity, anxiety, and memory deficits. Journal of Neuroscience Research, 95(8), 1602–1610.

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Roberts AC, Chornak J, Alzagatiti JB, Ly DT, Bill BR, Trinkeller J, et al. (2019) Rapid habituation of a touch-induced escape response in Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Larvae. PLoS ONE 14(4): e0214374.

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