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Cell Transport/Ussing Chamber Measurements

For certain applications, the MCE100C can perform cell transport measurements. Typically, these applications require the use of a small current applied through a pair of electrodes.

By monitoring the voltage change across the electrodes it’s possible to assess aspects of cellular motility. Using AcqKnowledge, standard or arbitrary current (up to 100nA) wave shapes can be output using the MCE100C. Current signals can be output simultaneously with recording.

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