John W. Lin

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Glass plates coated with transparent thin film conductors of indium-tin oxide (ITO), 100 nm thick and 10 microns wide, have been successfully used to record spike potentials from neuronal monolayer cultures. The material is non-toxic to mammalian spinal neurons and is stable under warm culture medium. Laser-deinsulated recording craters that expose 100 mu(More)
The effect of partially replacing extracellular chloride by formate on the inhibitory junction of the crayfish opener muscle is investigated. Inhibitory postsynaptic potential (IPSP) amplitude, recorded in muscle fibers and presynaptic axons, increases significantly in the formate saline whereas input resistance and resting membrane potential of muscle(More)
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