Japanese Scientists Develop Electronic Nanomesh Sensor to Monitor Heart Cells with Minimal Disruption

Electronic nanomesh sensor
The layer of cardiomyocytes is only a few tens of micrometers (Image credit: Someya group)
Studying heart muscle cells, or cardiomyocytes, can be very difficult because attaching rigid sensors to moving cells hinders the movement of those cells. A collaborative effort between scientists from the […]
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