Modular double sucrose gap apparatus for improved recording of compound action potentials from rat and mouse spinal cord white matter preparations.

@article{Velumian2010ModularDS,
  title={Modular double sucrose gap apparatus for improved recording of compound action potentials from rat and mouse spinal cord white matter preparations.},
  author={Alexander A. Velumian and Yudi Wan and Marina Samoilova and Michael G. Fehlings},
  journal={Journal of neuroscience methods},
  year={2010},
  volume={187 1},
  pages={33-40}
}
Compound action potential (CAP) recording is a powerful tool for studying the conduction properties and pharmacology of axons in multi-axonal preparations. The sucrose gap technique improves CAP recording by replacing the extracellular solution between the recording electrodes with a non-conductive sucrose solution to minimize extracellular shunting. The double sucrose gap (DSG), conferring similar advantages at the stimulation site, has been extensively used on guinea pig spinal cord white… CONTINUE READING
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