전도성 고분자 성장을 이용한 MEA 전극 임피던스 조절에 대한 연구
Impedance Regulation of MEA electrodes Using Conductive Polymer Growth

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이원희; 김진원; 정세훈; 김성준
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대한의용생체공학회 = The Korean Society of Medical & Biological Engineering
제36회 대한의용생체공학회 추계학술대회, 고려대학교, 2007년 11월 9일.
MEAConductive PolymerPolymerizationImpedance ReductionNeuron Culture
In this paper, we present polymerization
condition at which conductive polymer
poly(3,4-ethylenedioxytheophene) (PEDOT)
known as bio-compatible material was grown
on the MEA(Multi Electrode Array) electrodes
and successively reduced the impedance of
MEA electrodes. Proposed polymerization
condition was selected to be similar to neural
stimulation condition which is safe to neurons,
so polymerization might be executed during the
primary neural culture. We also examined the
polymerization effect on the impedance of MEA
electrodes. Proper impedance of MEA
electrodes is essential for the
neurophysiological studies such as neural
stimulation and neural signal recording.
Although several methods for impedance
reduction have already been developed, all of
them have difficulties acquiring desired
impedance values in the case that initial
impedances are quite different. Our method has
a characteristic merit which can regulate
excessively different initial impedance values.
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