Utah Array


Utah Array

The Utah Array has become the industry benchmark for recording large populations of neurons. Over the past two decades, this patented microelectrode array technology has undergone numerous refinements and repeated validations in a variety of species including humans, monkeys, birds, rodents, felines and fish—both in-vitro and in-vivo.

These extensive efforts have delivered proven, well-documented methods to obtain stable and long-term neural recordings of action potentials (spikes) and field potentials in brain and peripheral-nerve tissue. Because the array can be wired to various connector types, researchers can choose a connector that is optimal for chronic or acute recordings—from small to large subjects as well as from slice and cell culture preparations.









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