Measurement of the impedance of frog skeletal muscle fibers.


Impedance measurements are necessary to determine the passive electrical properties of cells including the equivalent circuits of the several pathways for current flow. Such measurements are usually made with microelectrodes of high impedance (some 15 MOmega) over a wide frequency range (1-10,000 Hz) and so are subject to many errors. An input amplifier has… (More)


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@article{Valdiosera1974MeasurementOT, title={Measurement of the impedance of frog skeletal muscle fibers.}, author={Ren{\'e} Valdiosera and Chris Clausen and R. S. Eisenberg}, journal={Biophysical journal}, year={1974}, volume={14 4}, pages={295-315} }