Live cell research is increasingly in need of employing complementary data acquisition simultaneously to describe intracellular processes. This symposium is intended for scientists who are interested in using electrophysiology techniques combined with imaging and optogenetics approaches in their research.
Learn how to maximally use pCLAMP™ electrophysiology data acquisition and analysis software in your experimental workflows, and how to correlate high resolution electrophysiology and imaging data temporally using the built-in capabilities of both pCLAMP and MetaMorph® software simultaneously. The synchronization of these two essential tools will be described and demonstrated.
Additionally, we will discuss the integration of patch-clamping techniques with optogenetics. The newly developed optogenetics technology has revolutionized research in neuroscience.
Synchronization of MetaMorph and pCLAMP software to acquire high-resolution imaging and electrophysiology data
Karoly Csatorday PhD, Molecular Devices, LLC
Electrophysiology meets Optogenetics - combining Axon pCLAMP with Andor Mosaic®
Mark Browne, ANDOR Technology
pCLAMP Tutorial: LTP assistant, sequencing keys, population spike analysis, and action potential analysis
Jeffrey Tang, PhD, and Burt Maertz, Molecular Devices, LLC
Space is limited, so please register early to reserve your seat. Light refreshments will be served.
This event is not sponsored by the Society for Neuroscence.
When: October 16, 2012
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Hilton New Orleans Riverside
Two Poydras Street, New Orleans, LA