electrode voltage

electrode voltage

[i′lek‚trōd ‚vōl·tij]
(electronics)
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This equipment is expected to collect two electrode voltage clamp electrophysiology data from multiple oocytes (96 or more) in an automated fashion.
Automated two electrode voltage clamp system for electrophysiology recordings from Xenopus oocytes.
Operation at low voltage also means that the electronics used to apply the electrode voltage and to measure the detector current can be simpler, more compact, safer to the user, and much less power consuming.
56 MHz, and a maximum output of 10 kW at a maximum electrode voltage of 5 kV.
Since the purpose of this project was to examine the possibility of fast and uniform drying of poles using the RE/V process, analysis of the relationship between the energy consumption, the electrode voltage, and their impact on the drying speed was not considered.
Equipment will acquire simultaneously on a single cardiac myocyte (I) the level of intracellular calcium by fluorimetry (Fura-4f), (II) and cell shortening sarcomeres cells stimulated by electric field, (III) the potential membrane or transmembrane ion currents by the technique of microelectrode DSEVC mode (Discontinuous Single Electrode Voltage Clamp).
In Figure 8 it is shown the counter electrode voltage.
Other peripheral components include a heat exchanger to control process temperatures and an oscilloscope to observe electrode voltages, pulse waveforms, and pulse widths.