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Monica Frega, Valentina Pasquale, Mariateresa Tedesco, Manuela Marcoli, Andrea Contestabile, Marina Nanni, Laura Bonzano, Guido Maura, Michela Chiappalone. Neurotoxicol Teratol 2012
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Microelectrode arrays: a physiologically based neurotoxicity testing platform for the 21st century.
Andrew F M Johnstone, Guenter W Gross, Dieter G Weiss, Olaf H-U Schroeder, Alexandra Gramowski, Timothy J Shafer. Neurotoxicology 2010
198
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Dissociated cortical networks show spontaneously correlated activity patterns during in vitro development.
Michela Chiappalone, Marco Bove, Alessandro Vato, Mariateresa Tedesco, Sergio Martinoia. Brain Res 2006
227
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Development of micro-electrode array based tests for neurotoxicity: assessment of interlaboratory reproducibility with neuroactive chemicals.
A Novellino, Bibiana Scelfo, T Palosaari, A Price, Tomasz Sobanski, T J Shafer, A F M Johnstone, G W Gross, A Gramowski, O Schroeder,[...]. Front Neuroeng 2011
89
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Evaluation of multi-well microelectrode arrays for neurotoxicity screening using a chemical training set.
Emma R McConnell, Maxine A McClain, James Ross, William R Lefew, Timothy J Shafer. Neurotoxicology 2012
83
24

Effects of antiepileptic drugs on hippocampal neurons coupled to micro-electrode arrays.
Ilaria Colombi, Sameehan Mahajani, Monica Frega, Laura Gasparini, Michela Chiappalone. Front Neuroeng 2013
33
42

A novel algorithm for precise identification of spikes in extracellularly recorded neuronal signals.
Alessandro Maccione, Mauro Gandolfo, Paolo Massobrio, Antonio Novellino, Sergio Martinoia, Michela Chiappalone. J Neurosci Methods 2009
105
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Network plasticity in cortical assemblies.
Michela Chiappalone, Paolo Massobrio, Sergio Martinoia. Eur J Neurosci 2008
74
22

Controlling bursting in cortical cultures with closed-loop multi-electrode stimulation.
Daniel A Wagenaar, Radhika Madhavan, Jerome Pine, Steve M Potter. J Neurosci 2005
249
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An extremely rich repertoire of bursting patterns during the development of cortical cultures.
Daniel A Wagenaar, Jerome Pine, Steve M Potter. BMC Neurosci 2006
370
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Feasibility Assessment of Micro-Electrode Chip Assay as a Method of Detecting Neurotoxicity in vitro.
Enrico Defranchi, Antonio Novellino, Maurice Whelan, Sandra Vogel, Tzutzuy Ramirez, Ben van Ravenzwaay, Robert Landsiedel. Front Neuroeng 2011
44
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Network dynamics and synchronous activity in cultured cortical neurons.
Michela Chiappalone, Alessandro Vato, Luca Berdondini, Milena Koudelka-Hep, Sergio Martinoia. Int J Neural Syst 2007
100
19

A new approach to neural cell culture for long-term studies.
S M Potter, T B DeMarse. J Neurosci Methods 2001
279
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Investigating neuronal activity by SPYCODE multi-channel data analyzer.
Luca Leonardo Bologna, Valentina Pasquale, Matteo Garofalo, Mauro Gandolfo, Pieter Laurens Baljon, Alessandro Maccione, Sergio Martinoia, Michela Chiappalone. Neural Netw 2010
67
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Burst and principal components analyses of MEA data for 16 chemicals describe at least three effects classes.
Cina M Mack, Bryant J Lin, James D Turner, Andrew F M Johnstone, Lyle D Burgoon, Timothy J Shafer. Neurotoxicology 2014
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A self-adapting approach for the detection of bursts and network bursts in neuronal cultures.
Valentina Pasquale, Sergio Martinoia, Michela Chiappalone. J Comput Neurosci 2010
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Multi-well microelectrode array recordings detect neuroactivity of ToxCast compounds.
Pablo Valdivia, Matt Martin, William R LeFew, James Ross, Keith A Houck, Timothy J Shafer. Neurotoxicology 2014
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Learning in networks of cortical neurons.
G Shahaf, S Marom. J Neurosci 2001
191
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Effective parameters for stimulation of dissociated cultures using multi-electrode arrays.
Daniel A Wagenaar, Jerome Pine, Steve M Potter. J Neurosci Methods 2004
183
12

Substance identification by quantitative characterization of oscillatory activity in murine spinal cord networks on microelectrode arrays.
Alexandra Gramowski, Konstantin Jügelt, Dieter G Weiss, Guenter W Gross. Eur J Neurosci 2004
75
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Glufosinate binds N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors and increases neuronal network activity in vitro.
Stephen R Lantz, Cina M Mack, Kathleen Wallace, Ellen F Key, Timothy J Shafer, John E Casida. Neurotoxicology 2014
25
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A multiplexed assay for determination of neurotoxicant effects on spontaneous network activity and viability from microelectrode arrays.
Kathleen Wallace, Jenna D Strickland, Pablo Valdivia, William R Mundy, Timothy J Shafer. Neurotoxicology 2015
37
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Neurotoxicity screening of (illicit) drugs using novel methods for analysis of microelectrode array (MEA) recordings.
L Hondebrink, A H A Verboven, W S Drega, S Schmeink, M W G D M de Groot, R G D M van Kleef, F M J Wijnolts, A de Groot, J Meulenbelt, R H S Westerink. Neurotoxicology 2016
37
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A multi-laboratory evaluation of microelectrode array-based measurements of neural network activity for acute neurotoxicity testing.
Andrea Vassallo, Michela Chiappalone, Ricardo De Camargos Lopes, Bibiana Scelfo, Antonio Novellino, Enrico Defranchi, Taina Palosaari, Timo Weisschu, Tzutzuy Ramirez, Sergio Martinoia,[...]. Neurotoxicology 2017
46
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In Vitro Screening for Seizure Liability Using Microelectrode Array Technology.
Jenifer A Bradley, Harry H Luithardt, Monica R Metea, Christopher J Strock. Toxicol Sci 2018
31
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The use of neuronal networks on multielectrode arrays as biosensors.
G W Gross, B K Rhoades, H M Azzazy, M C Wu. Biosens Bioelectron 1995
198
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NMDA receptor-dependent periodic oscillations in cultured spinal cord networks.
E W Keefer, A Gramowski, G W Gross. J Neurophysiol 2001
77
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Pyrethroid modulation of spontaneous neuronal excitability and neurotransmission in hippocampal neurons in culture.
Douglas A Meyer, Julianne M Carter, Andrew F M Johnstone, Timothy J Shafer. Neurotoxicology 2008
36
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Replica-moulded polydimethylsiloxane culture vessel lids attenuate osmotic drift in long-term cell cultures.
Axel Blau, Tanja Neumann, Christiane Ziegler, Fabio Benfenati. J Biosci 2009
22
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Revealing neuronal function through microelectrode array recordings.
Marie Engelene J Obien, Kosmas Deligkaris, Torsten Bullmann, Douglas J Bakkum, Urs Frey. Front Neurosci 2015
244
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Detection of marine neurotoxins in food safety testing using a multielectrode array.
Jonathan Nicolas, Peter J M Hendriksen, Regina G D M van Kleef, Aart de Groot, Toine F H Bovee, Ivonne M C M Rietjens, Remco H S Westerink. Mol Nutr Food Res 2014
36
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Application of multielectrode array (MEA) chips for the evaluation of mixtures neurotoxicity.
Bibiana Scelfo, Matteo Politi, Fabiano Reniero, Taina Palosaari, Maurice Whelan, José-Manuel Zaldívar. Toxicology 2012
25
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Use of high content image analysis to detect chemical-induced changes in synaptogenesis in vitro.
Joshua A Harrill, Brian L Robinette, William R Mundy. Toxicol In Vitro 2011
73
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Botulinum toxin suppression of CNS network activity in vitro.
Joseph J Pancrazio, Kamakshi Gopal, Edward W Keefer, Guenter W Gross. J Toxicol 2014
12
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Long-term characterization of firing dynamics of spontaneous bursts in cultured neural networks.
Jaap van Pelt, Pieter S Wolters, Michael A Corner, Wim L C Rutten, Ger J A Ramakers. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng 2004
168
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The influence of neuronal density and maturation on network activity of hippocampal cell cultures: a methodological study.
Emilia Biffi, Giulia Regalia, Andrea Menegon, Giancarlo Ferrigno, Alessandra Pedrocchi. PLoS One 2013
61
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Functional screening of traditional antidepressants with primary cortical neuronal networks grown on multielectrode neurochips.
Alexandra Gramowski, Konstantin Jügelt, Simone Stüwe, Roland Schulze, Gerard P McGregor, Andrea Wartenberg-Demand, Jan Loock, Olaf Schröder, Dieter G Weiss. Eur J Neurosci 2006
53
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