Joshua Beacom

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The dynamic-clamp method provides a powerful electrophysiological tool for creating virtual ionic conductances in living cells and studying their influence on membrane potential. Here we describe G-clamp, a new way to implement a dynamic clamp using the real-time version of the Lab-VIEW programming environment together with a Windows host, an embedded(More)
M. Pohl, Iowa State University, A. Abdo, Michigan State University/NRL, A. Atoyan, Montreal University, M. Baring, Rice University, J. Beacom, Ohio State University, R. Blandford, KIPAC/SLAC, Y. Butt, The Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, A. Bykov, Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute, St. Petersburg, D. Ellison, North Carolina State University, S.(More)
Kullmann, Paul H. M., Diek W. Wheeler, Joshua Beacom, and John P. Horn. Implementation of a fast 16-bit dynamic clamp using LabVIEW-RT. J Neurophysiol 91: 542–554, 2004. First published September 24, 2003; 10.1152/jn.00559.2003. The dynamic-clamp method provides a powerful electrophysiological tool for creating virtual ionic conductances in living cells and(More)
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