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Patch clamp techniques : from beginning to advanced protocols, edited by Yasunobu Okada

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Patch clamp techniques : from beginning to advanced protocols
Title
Patch clamp techniques
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from beginning to advanced protocols
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edited by Yasunobu Okada
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eng
Summary
Channels and transporters are multi-functional proteins that mediate substrate transport and signal transmission and simultaneously act as regulators for other proteins and biosensors for environmental materials. Patch clamping is an epoch-making technique that allows researchers to perform real-time measurements of electrogenic channel/transporter functions at the single/multiple molecular level. This book describes not only the conventional patch clamp techniques but also their newly developed variations or applications, such as perforated patch, slice patch, blind patch, in vivo patch, imaging patch, smart patch, and automated patch clamping. These patch clamp techniques are now essential and are extensively used across the life sciences and in related industries. With plain and practical descriptions of patch clamping and how to carry it out, especially for beginners, the book also shows how widely and exquisitely the patch clamp techniques can be applied by expert electrophysiologists. This work serves as a useful guide for young researchers and students in training and laboratory courses as well as for senior researchers who wish to extend their repertoire of techniques
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Springer protocols handbooks,
Patch clamp techniques : from beginning to advanced protocols, edited by Yasunobu Okada
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Patch clamp techniques : from beginning to advanced protocols, edited by Yasunobu Okada
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
1. Prologue: the ion channel / Fumio Kukita and Shigetoshi Oiki -- 2. Patch-clamp techniques: general remarks / Tenpei Akita, Masahiro Ohara, and Yasunobu Okada -- 3. Whole-cell patch method / Hiromu Yawo -- 4. Perforated whole-cell patch clamp technique: a user's guide / Hitoshi Ishibashi, Andrew J. Moorhouse, and Junichi Nabekura -- 5. Methods for processing and analyzing single-channel data / Masahiro Sokabe -- 6. Channel noise / Harunori Ohmori -- 7. Slice patch clamp / Tadashi Isa, Keiji Imoto, and Yasuo Kawaguchi -- 8. Patch clamp recording method in slices for studying presynaptic mechanisms / Tomoyuki Takahashi, Tetsuya Hori, Yukihiro Nakamura, and Takayuki Yamashita -- 9. Analysis of synaptic plasticity with the slice patch-clamp recording technique / Toshiya Manabe -- 10. Patch-clamp recordings from neuronal dendrites / Hiroshi Tsubokawa and Hiroto Takahashi -- 11. In vivo blind patch-clamp recording technique / Hidemasa Furue -- 12. Two-photon targeted patch-clamp recordings in vivo / Kazuo Kitamura -- 13. Transporter current measurements / Mami Noda -- 14. Giant patch and macro patch / Satoshi Matsuoka and Ayako Takeuchi -- 15. Pipette perfusion technique / Minoru Horie -- 16. Planar lipid bilayer method for studying channel molecules / Shigetoshi Oiki -- 17. Patch-clamp capacitance measurements / Takeshi Sakaba, Akihiro Hazma, and Yoshio Maruyama -- 18. Brief guide to patch-clamp current measurements in organelle membranes / Yoshio Maruyama and Akihiro Hazama -- 19. Role of ion channels in plants / Rainer Hedrich, Dirk Becker, Dietmar Geiger, Irene Marten, and M. Rob G. Roelfsema -- 20. Automated patch clamping / Kohei Sawada and Takashi Yoshinaga -- 21. Patch-clamp biosensor method / Seiji Hayashi and Makoto Tominaga -- 22. Temperature-evoked channel activation: simultaneous detection on ionic currents and temperature / Makoto Tominaga and Kunitoshi Uchida -- 23. Heterologus expression systems and analyses of ion channels / Kazuharu Furutani and Yoshihisa Kurachi -- 24. Patch-clamp and single-cell reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction/microarray analysis / Akihiro Yamanaka -- 25. Smart-patch technique / Ravshan Z. Sabirov, Yuri E. Korchev, and Yasunobu Okada -- 26. Ion channel pore sizing in patch-clamp experiments / Ravshan Z. Sabirov and Yasunobu Okada -- 27. Digital recording of patch-clamp data / Shigeru Morishima and Andrew F. James -- 28. Solutions for patch-clamp experiments / Ravshan Z. Sabirov and Shigeru Morishima
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