A nanotransistor sensor that simultaneously measures electrical and mechanical activity in heart cells [24-08-2022]
Using a suspended nanowire, a University of Massachusetts research team has, for the first time, created a tiny sensor that can simultaneously measure electrical and mechanical cellular responses in cardiac tissue, work promising for cardiac disease studies, drug testing and regenerative medicine.
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