[2] Use of ion-selective microelectrodes for recording intracellular ion levels

@inproceedings{Morris19952UO,
  title={[2] Use of ion-selective microelectrodes for recording intracellular ion levels},
  author={Mary E. S. Morris},
  year={1995}
}
Publisher Summary Although the direct measurement of intracellular ion levels with ion-sensitive microelectrodes is an invasive technique, fine electrode tips normally permit good membrane seal and minimal leakage of electrode contents. When it is desired, a rigorous control of intracellular ion composition can be maintained by using the insensitive reference liquid ion exchanger instead of an electrolyte in the reference channel. Although a leakage of the membrane phase may theoretically or… CONTINUE READING

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