[7] Electrophysiological techniques in dissociated tissue culture

Gary Westbrook, Phillip G. Nelson

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The application of electrophysiological techniques to tissue culture is still evolving. We have attempted in this chapter to give a practical summary of intracellular recording techniques used in our laboratory, as well as give some examples of new experimental strategies and electrophysiological methods that should provide further information on a number of interesting neurobiological questions. The combination of an increasing knowledge of the cell biology of cultured neurons and advances in electrophysiology should continue to be a fruitful interaction.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)111-132
Number of pages22
JournalMethods
Volume103
Issue numberC
DOIs
StatePublished - 1983
Externally publishedYes

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[7] Electrophysiological techniques in dissociated tissue culture. / Westbrook, Gary; Nelson, Phillip G.

In: Methods, Vol. 103, No. C, 1983, p. 111-132.

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Westbrook, Gary ; Nelson, Phillip G. / [7] Electrophysiological techniques in dissociated tissue culture. In: Methods. 1983 ; Vol. 103, No. C. pp. 111-132.
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