path clamp

path clamp

[′path ‚klamp]
(physiology)
An electrophysiologic recording technique for studying the function and regulation of ionic currents in cell membranes down to the level of single ion channels.
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Cellectricon AB offers the Dynaflow path clamp system with a choice of 8-, 16- or 48-channel set-ups.