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Patch Clamp Recordings in Inner Ear Hair Cells Isolated from Zebrafish

DOI :

10.3791/4281-v

12:43 min

October 17th, 2012

October 17th, 2012

16,226 Views

1Natural Science Division, Pepperdine University

The purpose of this video is to demonstrate procedures for obtaining healthy, intact hair cells from the inner ear organs of adult zebrafish and then using them for patch clamp studies aimed at characterizing the biophysical properties of their voltage-gated channels.

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