What is the Patch Clamp technique?

The patch clamp is a versatile and high-resolution technique that provides a direct measurement of the ionic currents and/or the membrane potential in living cells.

Depending on the adopted configuration, it allows to investigate a wide range of electrical properties in cells and tissue sections, from the neuron firing activity in brain slices to the single channel events recordings in heterologous expression systems.

Which product is right for you?

ePatch

The new tiny amplifier designed for high quality patch clamp recordings in both voltage clamp and current clamp modes. The low-noise amplifier, the pulse generator and the digitizer are included within the small headstage.

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