Electrophysiology: A Practical Approach: A Practical Approach

Paperback | December 1, 1990

EditorD. I. Wallis

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Electrophysiological techniques are vital to modern biology in general and are of particular significance in neuroscience. This volume provides a practical introduction to the methods used for studying single cells and complex neural tissues.

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Electrophysiological techniques are vital to modern biology in general and are of particular significance in neuroscience. This volume provides a practical introduction to the methods used for studying single cells and complex neural tissues.

D. I. Wallis, Professor, Department of Physiology.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:316 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.01 inPublished:December 1, 1990Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0199633479

ISBN - 13:9780199633470

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Table of Contents

1. C. Stansfield and A. Mathie: Membrane currents of peripheral neurones in short-term culture2. T.J.C. Jacob, J.W. Stelling, A. Gooch, and J.J. Zhang: Transport mechanisms in lens epithelial cells3. H.F. Brown: Isolation of sinoatrial node cells4. S.P. Fraser, C. Moon, and M.B.A. Djamgoz: Electrophysiology of Xenopus oocytes: an expression system in molecular neurobiology5. G. Henderson: Pharmacological analysis of synaptic transmission in brain slices6. B. Walmsley: Quantal analysis of synaptic transmission7. G.M. Lees: Intracellular staining of enteric neurones8. T.E. Pickering, D. Spanswick, and S.D. Logan: Whole-cell patch-clamp recording from neurones in spinal cord slices9. J. Bagust: The spinal cord as an in vitro preparation10. J.L. Hindmarsh, and R.M. Rose: Mathematical description of neuronal firing patterns11. M.H.T. Roberts, and T. Gould: Iontophoresis in the mammalian central nervous system12. D.I. Wallis: Electrophysiological techniques for studying the quantitative pharmacology of the isolated spinal cord