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Measuring Field Potentials Using MEA chips


Flash content link: https://vlab.amrita.edu/repo/BIOTECH/NEO/MEA/index.swf



The animated lab is self-explanatory. Please follow the help to understand the animation controls on how the protocol is executed. This experiment allows the user to perform the same experiment as it is done in a neurophysiology lab. The protocol contains several steps that may need user-interaction in order to proceed. At the end of the experiment, you will have a detailed understanding of the brain slicing procedure.



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The controls include   - fullscreen view,  - return to previous scene, pause, play and next scene buttons.

Yellow bubbles are shown wherever user interaction is needed.  See the below figure for example.




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