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2011Application of micro electrode arrays (MEAs) as an emerging technology for developmental neurotoxicity: evaluation of domoic acid- induced effects in primary cultures of rat cortical neuronsHOGBERG Helena; SOBANSKI Tomasz; NOVELLINO ANTONIO; WHELAN Maurice; WEISS Dieter G.; PRICE AnnaArticles in Journals
2011Development of micro-electrode array based tests for neurotoxicity: assessment of interlaboratory reproducibility with neuroactive chemicalsNOVELLINO Antonio; SCELFO BIBIANA; PALOSAARI Taina; PRICE Anna; SOBANSKI Tomasz; SHAFER Tim; JOHNSTONE Andrew; GROSS Gunter; GRAMOWSKI Alexandra; SCHROEDER Olaf, et alArticles in Journals
2011Feasibility assessment of micro-electrode chip assay as a method of detecting neurotoxicity in vitroDEFRANCHI Enrico; NOVELLINO Antonio; WHELAN Maurice; VOGEL Sandra; VAN RAVENZWAAY Ben; LANDSIEDEL Robert; RAMIREZ TzutzuyArticles in Journals
2009Low Frequency Stimulation and Resulting Short Term Effects on Neuronal ActivityNOVELLINO ANTONIO; PALOSAARI Taina; WHELAN MauriceContributions to Conferences
2009Modeling the Functional Connectivity in Embodied in Vitro Neuronal NetworkNOVELLINO ANTONIO; CHIAPPALONE Michela; MARTINOIA SergioContributions to Conferences
2010Recurrence Quantification Analysis of Spontaneous Electrophysiological Activity during Development: Characterization of In Vitro Neuronal Networks Cultured on Multi Electrode Array ChipsNOVELLINO ANTONIO; ZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'Articles in Journals
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