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Prairie Technologies works with UW engineer to visualize the brain

Madison, Wis. How does one visualize thought?

Well, by pressing the open tip of an electrolyte-filled glass pipette much thinner than a human hair against the membrane of an individual brain cell, researchers can isolate a patch and identify the electric current flowing through individual ion channels on a cell's membrane. This technique is known as the patch-clamp method, and i......

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Prairie is working with the College of Engineering through a
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Source:wistechnology.com By Jim Beal 02/22/05


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