Voltage clamping with a single microelectrode.


A technique is described which allows neurons to be voltage clamped with a single microelectrode, and the advantages of this circuit with respect to conventional bridge techniques are discussed. In this circuit, the single microelectrode is rapidly switched from a current passing to a recording mode. The circuitry consists of: (1) an electronic switch; (2… (More)


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@article{Wilson1975VoltageCW, title={Voltage clamping with a single microelectrode.}, author={William Wilson and Martin Goldner}, journal={Journal of neurobiology}, year={1975}, volume={6 4}, pages={411-22} }