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Analysis of transmembrane currents by measuring of frequency-admittance characteristics

Originální název

Analysis of transmembrane currents by measuring of frequency-admittance characteristics

Anglický název

Analysis of transmembrane currents by measuring of frequency-admittance characteristics

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Voltage clamp analysis of membrane currents is based on the investigation of current membrane response evoked by step or ramp change of voltage. The presented method enables to solve one of the basic problems - separate dynamic components. By combining of sufficiently low sinusoidal signal on long ramp voltage impulse, it makes possible to find voltage dependence of their time constants even without inhibitors of ambiguous specificity.

Anglický abstrakt

Voltage clamp analysis of membrane currents is based on the investigation of current membrane response evoked by step or ramp change of voltage. The presented method enables to solve one of the basic problems - separate dynamic components. By combining of sufficiently low sinusoidal signal on long ramp voltage impulse, it makes possible to find voltage dependence of their time constants even without inhibitors of ambiguous specificity.

BibTex


@proceedings{BUT65422,
  author="Milan {Rychtárik} and Ivo {Provazník}",
  title="Analysis of transmembrane currents by measuring of frequency-admittance characteristics",
  annote="Voltage clamp analysis of membrane currents is based on the investigation  of current membrane response evoked by step or ramp change of voltage. The presented method enables to solve one of the basic problems - separate dynamic components. By combining of sufficiently low sinusoidal signal on long ramp voltage impulse, it makes possible to find voltage dependence of their time constants even without inhibitors of ambiguous specificity.",
  booktitle="Proc. of the 6th Tampere Tissue Engineering Symposium",
  chapter="65422",
  year="2009",
  month="june",
  pages="51--51",
  type="conference proceedings"
}