Practical Electrophysiological Methods: A Guide for In Vitro Studies in Vertebrate Neurobiology by Helmut KettenmannPractical Electrophysiological Methods: A Guide for In Vitro Studies in Vertebrate Neurobiology by Helmut Kettenmann

Practical Electrophysiological Methods: A Guide for In Vitro Studies in Vertebrate Neurobiology

EditorHelmut Kettenmann, Rosemarie Grantyn

Paperback | November 11, 1992

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Designed to enable newcomers to electrophysiology to choose appropriate preparations and techniques for in vitro studies in vertebrate neurobiology. Emphasizes techniques involving the glass micropipette and other recently developed methods, supplementing easy-to-follow instructions with illustrative schemes, examples of original records, photomicrographs, key word listings, comprehensive reference tables and a list of suppliers and key equipment and reagents.
Title:Practical Electrophysiological Methods: A Guide for In Vitro Studies in Vertebrate NeurobiologyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:468 pages, 10.02 × 6.93 × 0.87 inPublished:November 11, 1992Publisher:Wiley

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ISBN - 10:0471562009

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Table of Contents

Arrangement of Electrophysiological Set-Ups.

Preparations for Electrophysiological Experiments in vitro.

Electrical and Chemical Stimulation Techniques.

Electrodes for Recording.

Recording Modes.

Dye and Substance Injection.

Special Applications.

Storage of Data.

Appendix.