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DM660 Single Channel Dummy Membrane VCC-600 Voltage/current Clamp
DM660 Single Channel Dummy Membrane Voltage Clamp VCC 600 Voltage/current Clamp

DM660 Single Channel Dummy Membrane

The DM660 is an electronic dummy membrane used to simulate an Ussing experiment. It is useful both in verifying the function of the voltage/current clamp and as a learning aid. This device is compatible with the VCC600.

VCC 600 Voltage/Current Clamp

The VCC 600 is a single channel Voltage and Current Clamp designed to be a flexible tool for electrophysiological studies of ion transport by epithelial and other barrier tissues. It features an active headstage, user selectable current and fluid resistance compensation ranges, a pulse generator for conductance/resistance measurements, an interface for remote instrument control and data acquisition via computer, and large (0.5") LED readout. The VCC600 has been useful both for standard Ussing chamber experiments and, when combined with microelectrodes connected to an electrometer, for simultaneously studying transepithelial, transapical and transbasolateral membrane resistances and voltages (1,2,3,4,5) and when combined with pH measurements for determining acid and base transport (6).
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