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Photoconductive Stimulation Device

Introduction to the Photoconductive Stimulation Device



Photoconductive stimulation allows the rapid, non-invasive depolarization of excitable cells, such as neurons. Neurosilicon's Photoconductive Stimulation Device or (PSD) depolarizes cells at user-definable frequencies and intensities with high spatial and temporal resolution. The PSD puts the power of non-invasive, optical targeted, cellular depolarization at your control.



Set Up of the Photoconductive Stimulation Device



Easy to use and designed to integrate seamlessly with existing laboratory equipment and space constraints, Neurosilicon's Photoconductive Stimulation Device or (PSD) can be quickly employed toward advancing the frontiers of your biomedical research and drug discovery efforts.



Advantages of the Photoconductive Stimulation Device



New data is the life blood of every research lab, whether used in high impact publications or in support for funding opportunities. Neurosilicon's Photoconductive Stimulation Device or (PSD) enables life science research through:
  • Non-invasive cell depolarization of excitable cells
  • Depolarize cells at user-definable frequencies and intensities with high spatial and temporal resolution
  • Optical targeting process allows greater cell excitation specificity
  • Excitation of single cells as well as large groups of cells interchangeably
  • Extended experimental protocols possible as mechanical perturbation and excitotoxicity is greatly reduced
  • Ease of use allows the rapid application complex excitation protocols

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