Have automated patch clamp systems been used with your cardiomyocytes?
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Yes, many researchers have used and are currently using iCell® Cardiomyocytes in automated patch clamp systems:
- Becker et al. (2013) and Stoezle et al. (2011) – Patchliner system (Nanion)
- Ma et al. (2011) – Multiclamp 700B system (Axon) and PatchXpress 7000A system (Molecular Devices)
- Knott et al. (2015) – CytoPatch 2 system (Cytocentrics Bioscience)
- iCell Cardiomyocytes User’s Guide
- Application Protocol: Measuring Cardiac Electrical Activity: Manual Perforated Patch Clamp
- Becker et al (2013) Minimized cell usage for stem cell-derived and primary cells on an automated patch clamp system
- Stoezle et al (2011) State of the art automated patch clamp devices: Heat activation, APs and high throughput in ion channel screening
- Ma et al (2011) High purity human-induced pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes electrophysiological properties of action potentials and ionic currents
- Knott et al (2015 Poster) Automated Patch-Clamp Allowing Accurate Recording of Physiological and Drug-induced Cardiac Late Sodium Current