The TEVC method is a patch-clamp electrophysiology method for injecting current into a cell with one electrode and recording the change in voltage with the other electrode.
- Electrophysiology patch-clamp method for large cells such as oocytes
- Set Vcmd to force injection of current into a cell with one microelectrode (ME2)
- Record change in membrane potential with the other microelectrode (ME1)
A1 = Unity gain amplifier
A2 = High gain differential amplifier
Vcmd = Command voltage
Vm= Membrane Potential
Cm= Capacitance of membrane
m = gain
ME1 = Measuring electrode 1
ME2= Measuring electrode 2
Rp1 = Resistance of pipette 1
Rp2 = Resistance of pipette 2
Rm= Resistance of membran
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