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Patch Clamp Made Easy

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To record ion channel activity across cell membranes the conventional patch clamp remains the gold standard and is widely used in drug discovery research. However, this traditional method requires skilled personnel to perform the experiments and is notorious for being a low throughput, manual approach, restricted to recording just one cell at a time. Automate this process to make it easier to use and allow multiple cells to be recorded in parallel.

Download this guide to learn more about:

  • The biological role of ion channels,
  • The differences between the conventional and automated patch clamp techniques,
  • What cells are suitable for patch clamp experiments.