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Application of in vivo patch-clamp technique to pharmacological analysis of synaptic transmission in the CNS.Academic Article Why?
Nelson, DeborahPerson Why?
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Quantitative single-cell ion-channel gene expression profiling through an improved qRT-PCR technique combined with whole cell patch clamp.Academic Article Why?
Bezanilla, FranciscoPerson Why?
Lovinger, DavidPerson Why?
Sherman, S. MurrayPerson Why?
[Methods for in vivo patch-clamp recordings and their applications: synaptic responses in somatosensory cortex].Academic Article Why?
Beyond the patch clamp: nanotechnologies for intracellular recording.Academic Article Why?
Detecting rearrangements of shaker and NaChBac in real-time with fluorescence spectroscopy in patch-clamped mammalian cells.Academic Article Why?
Extended dynamic clamp: controlling up to four neurons using a single desktop computer and interface.Academic Article Why?
[Analysis of hypnotic or analgesic effect of anesthetic agents by in-vivo patch clamp recordings from somatosensory cortex in rats].Academic Article Why?
Giant excised patch recordings of recombinant ion channel currents expressed in mammalian cells.Academic Article Why?
A Xenopus oocyte model system to study action potentials.Academic Article Why?
Methodological improvements for fluorescence recordings in Xenopus laevis oocytes.Academic Article Why?
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