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June 25-29, 2024, Vienna, Austria, booth #206 Visit the meeting's website for further details.

Webinar: Cleaning patch-clamp pipettes for immediate reuse Presenter: Craig Forest (George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, USA) Date: Thursday, February 22, 2024 Time: 10 AM Atlanta, GA (ET), 3 PM London, UK (BST), 6 PM Germany (CET), 11 PM Shanghai, CN (CST) Summary Patch clamp recordings remain one of the workhorses for cell physiology, allowing measurements ranging from single channel to recordings from small networks of identified cells. Unfortunately, this power and versatility is often limited by time-consuming and laborious tasks. Nearly a decade ago, automated cleaning and re-use of patch clamp pipettes opened the door to semi and fully automated workflows that that have since drastically increased the throughput of patch clamp recordings, in applications ranging from biosensor screening to large-scale connectivity studies. In this webinar, one of the inventors of the technique will present an introduction into pipette cleaning,

We introduce our new uniTemp Easy-to-use temperature controller Designed for use in low-noise electrophysiology environments. See the uniTemp website for further information.

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