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Field Potential Measurements

To perform field potential measurements, position electrodes around the isolated tissue or organ and use the MCE100C to record the potential. Each MCE100C can record a single differential potential. Multiple MCE100C amplifiers can be configured for unipolar (common reference) or bipolar (multiple reference) recordings. Up to 16 channels of field potential data can be collected simultaneously. Measurements can be performed synchronously with external voltage or current stimulators. See also: Field Potential in the Micro-electrode Recording section

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