Cre8MDI’s technology is based on electrical impedance spectroscopy (EIS). “The electrical impedance of a volume of tissue at a series of frequencies provides information about the cell population. Predominantly, the characters and integrity of the population’s plasma membranes, cell volumes, and intra and extracellular conductivities influence the impedance spectrum. Thus, EIS can be used as a method of identifying and following detectable cellular responses, in ex vivo, in vivo and in vitro to take advantage of this prognostic information. In general, EIS provides impedance information with respect to a wide range of frequencies, which is not available via other non-invasive diagnostic techniques and which can be used for treatment purposes” **


** Dean DA, Ramanathan T, Machado D, Sundararajan R.  Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy Study of Biological Tissues.  J Electrostat. 2008 March; 66(3-4): 165–177