The lipid bilayer is an electrophysiological technique for investigating the function of ion channels, porins, and other pore-forming molecular complexes. The purpose is to study in a control environment ion channels’ behavior at the single molecule level in artificial membranes.
Miniaturized and portable read-out device with reusable flow-cells for ultra noise recordings of events happening in biological pores. The flow cell (BLMchip) measures only 15x25x6 mm and is comprised of two 60 µl chambers.
|Device||Compact Amplifier paired with BLM chips||Amplifier included in Kit composed by Faraday cage|
|Current Ranges||±200pA; ±2nA | ±20nA; ±200nA||paired with eONE-Plus: ±200pA; ±2nA | ±20nA; ±200nA
paired with eONE-Light: ±200pA; ±20nA
|Max Bandwidth||100 kHz||100 kHz|
|Cuvette Volume||60 µl||1 mL|