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Application of a NMDA Receptor Conductance in Rat Midbrain Dopaminergic Neurons Using the Dynamic Clamp Technique

DOI :

10.3791/2275-v

6:42 min

December 21st, 2010

December 21st, 2010

11,793 Views

1Neurosciences Institute, University of Texas San Antonio - UTSA

In this video, we demonstrate how to apply a conductance into a dopaminergic neuron recorded in the whole cell configuration in rat brain slices. This technique is called the dynamic clamp.

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NMDA Receptor Conductance

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