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Methods for the study of ionic currents and Ca2+-signals in isolated colonic crypts protocol
Full-text method article by Gerhard Schultheiss etc. (Biological procedures online) ...

Electrophysiological recordings methods protocol
A general overview and protocol on electrophysiological recording by N.Wanaverbecq. (Eccles Corner - Neuroscience web) References: HORN, R. & MARTY, A. (1988). Muscarinic activation of ionic currents measured by a new whole-cell recording method. ...

Ion-selective microelectrode, sharp electrode, whole-cell clamp and gramicidin perforated patch protocol
A pdf protocol on external electrophysiological recording. Protocol written by Lamsa at 2000. (Eccles Corner - Neuroscience web) ...

PATCH CLAMP MEASUREMENTS APPLIED TO NEURONS review
The chaptor is from PROCESSES IN BIOLOGICAL VISION by JAMES T. FULTON. The chaptors can be downloaded from the web page. ...

Principles behind the patch clamp techniques: Channel-specific techniques review
An introduction on principle of patch clamp channel-specific techniques. (FuN in life, University of Ulm) ...

Patch clamp technique FLASH animation media
An excellent flash movie introducing patch clamp technique. (www.science-display.com) ...

More electrophysiology protocols

Electrophysiology books
(Biowww Bookshelf)
Electrophysiology related books

Molecular Properties of Voltage-Gated Ion Channels
(Molecular Cell Biology)
21. Nerve Cells

Figure. Outline of the patch-clamping technique
(Molecular Cell Biology)
21. Nerve Cells 21.3. Molecular Properties of Voltage-Gated Ion Channels

The Voltage Clamp Method
(Neuroscience)
I. Neural Signaling 3. Voltage-Dependent Membrane Permeability Ionic Currents Across Nerve Cell Membranes

The Patch Clamp Method
(Neuroscience)
I. Neural Signaling 4. Channels and Transporters Ion Channels Underlying Action Potentials

Ion Channels Underlying Action Potentials
(Neuroscience)
I. Neural Signaling 4. Channels and Transporters


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