Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University wrote a paper about how impedance based microelectrode sensor arrays have emerged as a promising means for screening cells. In this paper, Master Bond EP30HT was cited as follows: “Parasitic capacitance between the interconnect lines and the liquid medium was reduced by painting the interconnect about 150 µm away from the electrodes with silicone EP30HT from Master Bond.”1

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1 Huang, X. Greve, D.W. Nguyen, D.D. Domach, M.M. Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.. "Impedance Based Biosensor Array for Monitoring Mammalian Cell Behavior." https://users.ece.cmu.edu/~dwg/research/sensors2003a.pdf