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EPC 10 USB Double/Triple/Quadro

The EPC 10 USB Double, Triple, and Quadro patch clamp amplifiers are the optimal instruments for performing double or triple patch experiments.

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The EPC 10 USB Double, Triple, and Quadro patch clamp amplifiers are the optimal instruments for performing double or triple patch experiments.


EPC 10/n USB

Patch Clamp Amplifier



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Continuing the tradition of providing the world's best electrophysiology amplifiers, the EPC 10 USB Double, Triple, and Quadro patch clamp amplifiers are the optimal instruments for performing double or triple patch experiments. Although either two (EPC 10 USB Double), three (EPC 10 USB Triple) or four (EPC 10 USB Quadro) amplifiers are combined in a single housing; each amplifier is completely independent with clearly defined operation and handling. HEKA's software stimulates the desired amplifier and selected channels are programmed without tedious connection of cables by the user.


The amplifiers and headstages are clearly identified, thus, the user can immediately assign the amplifiers to particular patched cells. Although independent, the amplifiers can be stimulated simultaneously with resulting simultaneous data acquisition. Current or voltage signals from multiple amplifiers can be recorded, displayed and even analyzed online. This versatility makes these amplifiers ideal instruments for experiments such as studying gap junction potentials, pre- and post-synaptic events, and usage in amperometric measurements.


EPC 10/n USB

The versatility of the EPC 10 USB Double and EPC 10 USB Triple stem from their adjustment and control at the software level. Leak currents, capacitances, and series resistances can instantly be neutralized automatically while you still retain the possibility of full manual control of the amplifier. Voltage- and Current-Clamp experimental protocols are easily automated; not only ensuring simplicity, great speed and accuracy but also providing enormous flexibility for the integration of extensions such as photometric and fluorescence measurements.


The EPC 10 USB Double and EPC 10 USB Triple also provide economical solutions in comparison with the combination of several individual instruments. They also have the advantages of optimized noise performance and grounding over that of multiple external amplifiers.


EPC 10/n USB

The design of the pre-amplifier allows "True current clamp" experiments to be performed. In current clamp (CClamp) mode, the headstage acts as a voltage follower circuit, which guarantees very fast and accurate membrane potential recordings.


The Low Frequency Voltage Clamp (LFVC) is a modified current clamp mode, that allows for measuring transient potentials, such as action potentials and synaptic potentials, as in the usual current clamp, while the average membrane potential is kept constant at a value chosen by the user.


EPC 10/n USB Additional Features:
  • Each amplifier section is a completely independent circuit board with headstage
  • The amplifiers can be stimulated independently and simultaneously acquired with PATCHMASTER software

Headstage:
  • Dimensions (D x W x H): 90 x 17 x 14.5 mm / 3.54 x 0.67 x 0.57 inch, without connector
  • Improved noise performance in the important 1 - 10 kHz band
  • Three feedback resistors for three gain ranges, switchable during the measurement
  • Optimized for single-channel and whole-cell recordings
  • Quiet enough for the most demanding single-channel applications
  • Retrofittable on older EPC 10 Amplifiers

The slim shape of the headstage allows optimal access to your cells. The connection to the pipette holder is achieved via a stable BNC connector.


Adapter plates for various micromanipulators are available from HEKA



References

2017

A. S. Axelsson, T. Mahdi, H. A. Nenonen, T. Singh, S. Hänzelmann, A. Wendt, A. Bagge, T. M. Reinbothe, J. Millstein, X. Yang, B. Zhang, E. G. Gusmao, L. Shu, M. Szabat, Y. Tang, J. Wang, S. Salö, L. Eliasson, I. Artner, M. Fex, J. D. Johnson, C. B. Wollheim, J. M. J. Derry, B. Mecham, P. Spégel, H. Mulder, I. G. Costa, E. Zhang and A. H. Rosengren (2017). "Sox5 regulates beta-cell phenotype and is reduced in type 2 diabetes." Nature Communications 8: 15652.


S. Bahari-Javan, H. Varbanov, R. Halder, E. Benito, L. Kaurani, S. Burkhardt, H. Anderson-Schmidt, I. Anghelescu, M. Budde, R. M. Stilling, J. Costa, J. Medina, D. E. Dietrich, C. Figge, H. Folkerts, K. Gade, U. Heilbronner, M. Koller, C. Konrad, S. Y. Nussbeck, H. Scherk, C. Spitzer, S. Stierl, J. Stöckel, A. Thiel, M. von Hagen, J. Zimmermann, A. Zitzelsberger, S. Schulz, A. Schmitt, I. Delalle, P. Falkai, T. G. Schulze, A. Dityatev, F. Sananbenesi and A. Fischer (2017). "HDAC1 links early life stress to schizophrenia-like phenotypes." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(23): E4686-E4694.


A. Brechet, R. Buchert, J. Schwenk, S. Boudkkazi, G. Zolles, K. Siquier-Pernet, I. Schaber, W. Bildl, A. Saadi, C. Bole-Feysot, P. Nitschke, A. Reis, H. Sticht, N. Al-Sanna´a, A. Rolfs, A. Kulik, U. Schulte, L. Colleaux, R. Abou Jamra and B. Fakler (2017). "AMPA-receptor specific biogenesis complexes control synaptic transmission and intellectual ability." Nature Communications 8: 15910.


S. Cains, C. Blomeley, M. Kollo, R. Rácz and D. Burdakov (2017). "Agrp neuron activity is required for alcohol-induced overeating." Nature Communications 8: 14014.


G. Chen, Y. H. Kim, H. Li, H. Luo, D.-L. Liu, Z.-J. Zhang, M. Lay, W. Chang, Y.-Q. Zhang and R.-R. Ji (2017). "PD-L1 inhibits acute and chronic pain by suppressing nociceptive neuron activity via PD-1." Nature Neuroscience 20(7): 917-926.


C. E. Constantin, C. S. Müller, M. G. Leitner, W. Bildl, U. Schulte, D. Oliver and B. Fakler (2017). "Identification of Cav2-PKCß and Cav2-NOS1 complexes as entities for ultrafast electrochemical coupling." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(22): 5702-5712.


J. J. Fink, T. M. Robinson, N. D. Germain, C. L. Sirois, K. A. Bolduc, A. J. Ward, F. Rigo, S. J. Chamberlain and E. S. Levine (2017). "Disrupted neuronal maturation in Angelman syndrome-derived induced pluripotent stem cells." Nature Communications 8: 15038.


R. Fliegert, A. Bauche, A.-M. Wolf Perez, J. M. Watt, M. D. Rozewitz, R. Winzer, M. Janus, F. Gu, A. Rosche, A. Harneit, M. Flato, C. Moreau, T. Kirchberger, V. Wolters, B. V. L. Potter and A. H. Guse (2017). "2[prime]-Deoxyadenosine 5[prime]-diphosphoribose is an endogenous TRPM2 superagonist." Nature Chemical Biology (advance online publication).


M. Harkat, L. Peverini, A. H. Cerdan, K. Dunning, J. Beudez, A. Martz, N. Calimet, A. Specht, M. Cecchini, T. Chataigneau and T. Grutter (2017). "On the permeation of large organic cations through the pore of ATP-gated P2X receptors." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(19): E3786-E3795.


I. J. Jang, A. J. Davies, N. Akimoto, S. K. Back, P. R. Lee, H. S. Na, H. Furue, S. J. Jung, Y. H. Kim and S. B. Oh (2017). "Acute inflammation reveals GABAA receptor-mediated nociception in mouse dorsal root ganglion neurons via PGE2 receptor 4 signaling." Physiological Reports 5(8).


M.-H. Jeong, H.-J. Kim, J.-H. Pyun, K.-S. Choi, D. I. Lee, S. Solhjoo, B. O'Rourke, G. F. Tomaselli, D. S. Jeong, H. Cho and J.-S. Kang (2017). "Cdon deficiency causes cardiac remodeling through hyperactivation of WNT/ß-catenin signaling." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(8): E1345-E1354.


S. L. Johnson, J. Olt, S. Cho, H. von Gersdorff and W. Marcotti (2017). "The Coupling between Ca2+ Channels and the Exocytotic Ca2+ Sensor at Hair Cell Ribbon Synapses Varies Tonotopically along the Mature Cochlea." Journal of Neuroscience 37(9): 2471-2484.


C.-H. Liu, Z. Gong, Z.-L. Liang, Z.-X. Liu, F. Yang, Y.-J. Sun, M.-L. Ma, Y.-J. Wang, C.-R. Ji, Y.-H. Wang, M.-J. Wang, F.-A. Cui, A. Lin, W.-S. Zheng, D.-F. He, C.-x. Qu, P. Xiao, C.-Y. Liu, A. R. B. Thomsen, T. Joseph Cahill Iii, A. W. Kahsai, F. Yi, K.-H. Xiao, T. Xue, Z. Zhou, X. Yu and J.-P. Sun (2017). "Arrestin-biased AT1R agonism induces acute catecholamine secretion through TRPC3 coupling."Nature Communications 8: 14335.


M. M. Picher, A. Gehrt, S. Meese, A. Ivanovic, F. Predoehl, S. Jung, I. Schrauwen, A. G. Dragonetti, R. Colombo, G. Van Camp, N. Strenzke and T. Moser (2017). "Ca2+-binding protein 2 inhibits Ca2+-channel inactivation in mouse inner hair cells." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(9): E1717-E1726.


A. Ramot, Z. Jiang, J.-B. Tian, T. Nahum, Y. Kuperman, N. Justice and A. Chen (2017). "Hypothalamic CRFR1 is essential for HPA axis regulation following chronic stress." Nature Neuroscience 20(3): 385-388.


L. Romani, V. Oikonomou, S. Moretti, R. G. Iannitti, M. C. D'Adamo, V. R. Villella, M. Pariano, L. Sforna, M. Borghi, M. M. Bellet, F. Fallarino, M. T. Pallotta, G. Servillo, E. Ferrari, P. Puccetti, G. Kroemer, M. Pessia, L. Maiuri, A. L. Goldstein and E. Garaci (2017). "Thymosin [alpha]1 represents a potential potent single-molecule-based therapy for cystic fibrosis." Nature Medicine 23(5): 590-600.


N. Romanò, A. Guillou, D. J. Hodson, A. O. Martin and P. Mollard (2017). "Multiple-scale neuroendocrine signals connect brain and pituitary hormone rhythms." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(9): 2379-2382.


W. Shen, C. Nan, P. T. Nelson, H. Ripps and M. M. Slaughter (2017). "GABAB receptor attenuation of GABAA currents in neurons of the mammalian central nervous system." Physiological Reports 5(6).


A. Sigler, W. C. Oh, C. Imig, B. Altas, H. Kawabe, B. H. Cooper, H.-B. Kwon, J.-S. Rhee and N. Brose (2017). "Formation and Maintenance of Functional Spines in the Absence of Presynaptic Glutamate Release." Neuron 94(2): 304-311.e304.


P. Somasundaram, G. R. Wyrick, D. C. Fernandez, A. Ghahari, C. M. Pinhal, M. Simmonds Richardson, A. C. Rupp, L. Cui, Z. Wu, R. L. Brown, T. C. Badea, S. Hattar and P. R. Robinson (2017). "C-terminal phosphorylation regulates the kinetics of a subset of melanopsin-mediated behaviors in mice." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(10): 2741-2746.


A. Stange-Marten, A. L. Nabel, J. L. Sinclair, M. Fischl, O. Alexandrova, H. Wohlfrom, C. Kopp-Scheinpflug, M. Pecka and B. Grothe (2017). "Input timing for spatial processing is precisely tuned via constant synaptic delays and myelination patterns in the auditory brainstem." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(24): E4851-E4858.


L. Tao, L. Peng, R. P. A. Berntsson, S. M. Liu, S. Park, F. Yu, C. Boone, S. Palan, M. Beard, P.-E. Chabrier, P. Stenmark, J. Krupp and M. Dong (2017). "Engineered botulinum neurotoxin B with improved efficacy for targeting human receptors." Nature Communications 8(1): 53.


C. Wetzel, S. Pifferi, C. Picci, C. Gok, D. Hoffmann, K. K. Bali, A. Lampe, L. Lapatsina, R. Fleischer, E. S. J. Smith, V. Begay, M. Moroni, L. Estebanez, J. Kuhnemund, J. Walcher, E. Specker, M. Neuenschwander, J. P. von Kries, V. Haucke, R. Kuner, J. F. A. Poulet, J. Schmoranzer, K. Poole and G. R. Lewin (2017). "Small-molecule inhibition of STOML3 oligomerization reverses pathological mechanical hypersensitivity." Nature Neuroscience 20(2): 209-218.


Wu, Z., N. Grillet, B. Zhao, C. Cunningham, S. Harkins-Perry, B. Coste, S. Ranade, N. Zebarjadi, M. Beurg, R. Fettiplace, A. Patapoutian and U. Muller (2017). "Mechanosensory hair cells express two molecularly distinct mechanotransduction channels." Nature Neuroscience 20(1): 24-33.


A. J. Yiu, C.-L. Ibeh, S. K. Roy and B. C. Bandyopadhyay (2017). "Melamine induces Ca2+-sensing receptor activation and elicits apoptosis in proximal tubular cells." American Journal of Physiology - Cell Physiology 313(1): C27-C41.


X. Zhang and A. N. van den Pol (2017). "Rapid binge-like eating and body weight gain driven by zona incerta GABA neuron activation." Science 356(6340): 853-859.


L. Zhou, J. McInnes, K. Wierda, M. Holt, A. G. Herrmann, R. J. Jackson, Y.-C. Wang, J. Swerts, J. Beyens, K. Miskiewicz, S. Vilain, I. Dewachter, D. Moechars, B. De Strooper, T. L. Spires-Jones, J. De Wit and P. Verstreken (2017). "Tau association with synaptic vesicles causes presynaptic dysfunction." Nature Communications 8: 15295.




Applications:
  • Low noise single channel recordings
  • Low noise whole-cell patch clamp recordings: voltage clamp and current clamp / LFVC
  • Loose patch recordings
  • Intracellular voltage recordings with high resistance electrodes
  • Field potential recordings with metal microelectrodes
  • Recording from artificial membranes (Bilayer recordings)
  • Study of Long Term Potentiation (LTP) and Long Term Depression (LTD)
  • Study of Exocytosis/Endocytosis or Synaptic transmission by:
    • Measurement of whole-cell membrane capacitance (PATCHMASTER)
    • Measurement of on-cell membrane capacitance (PATCHMASTER)
    • Detection of released substances (amperometry with e.g. carbon fibre electrodes
    • Detection of releases substances under a patch (patch amperometry)


2017

A. S. Axelsson, T. Mahdi, H. A. Nenonen, T. Singh, S. Hänzelmann, A. Wendt, A. Bagge, T. M. Reinbothe, J. Millstein, X. Yang, B. Zhang, E. G. Gusmao, L. Shu, M. Szabat, Y. Tang, J. Wang, S. Salö, L. Eliasson, I. Artner, M. Fex, J. D. Johnson, C. B. Wollheim, J. M. J. Derry, B. Mecham, P. Spégel, H. Mulder, I. G. Costa, E. Zhang and A. H. Rosengren (2017). "Sox5 regulates beta-cell phenotype and is reduced in type 2 diabetes." Nature Communications 8: 15652.


S. Bahari-Javan, H. Varbanov, R. Halder, E. Benito, L. Kaurani, S. Burkhardt, H. Anderson-Schmidt, I. Anghelescu, M. Budde, R. M. Stilling, J. Costa, J. Medina, D. E. Dietrich, C. Figge, H. Folkerts, K. Gade, U. Heilbronner, M. Koller, C. Konrad, S. Y. Nussbeck, H. Scherk, C. Spitzer, S. Stierl, J. Stöckel, A. Thiel, M. von Hagen, J. Zimmermann, A. Zitzelsberger, S. Schulz, A. Schmitt, I. Delalle, P. Falkai, T. G. Schulze, A. Dityatev, F. Sananbenesi and A. Fischer (2017). "HDAC1 links early life stress to schizophrenia-like phenotypes." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(23): E4686-E4694.


A. Brechet, R. Buchert, J. Schwenk, S. Boudkkazi, G. Zolles, K. Siquier-Pernet, I. Schaber, W. Bildl, A. Saadi, C. Bole-Feysot, P. Nitschke, A. Reis, H. Sticht, N. Al-Sanna´a, A. Rolfs, A. Kulik, U. Schulte, L. Colleaux, R. Abou Jamra and B. Fakler (2017). "AMPA-receptor specific biogenesis complexes control synaptic transmission and intellectual ability." Nature Communications 8: 15910.


S. Cains, C. Blomeley, M. Kollo, R. Rácz and D. Burdakov (2017). "Agrp neuron activity is required for alcohol-induced overeating." Nature Communications 8: 14014.


G. Chen, Y. H. Kim, H. Li, H. Luo, D.-L. Liu, Z.-J. Zhang, M. Lay, W. Chang, Y.-Q. Zhang and R.-R. Ji (2017). "PD-L1 inhibits acute and chronic pain by suppressing nociceptive neuron activity via PD-1." Nature Neuroscience 20(7): 917-926.


C. E. Constantin, C. S. Müller, M. G. Leitner, W. Bildl, U. Schulte, D. Oliver and B. Fakler (2017). "Identification of Cav2-PKCß and Cav2-NOS1 complexes as entities for ultrafast electrochemical coupling." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(22): 5702-5712.


J. J. Fink, T. M. Robinson, N. D. Germain, C. L. Sirois, K. A. Bolduc, A. J. Ward, F. Rigo, S. J. Chamberlain and E. S. Levine (2017). "Disrupted neuronal maturation in Angelman syndrome-derived induced pluripotent stem cells." Nature Communications 8: 15038.


R. Fliegert, A. Bauche, A.-M. Wolf Perez, J. M. Watt, M. D. Rozewitz, R. Winzer, M. Janus, F. Gu, A. Rosche, A. Harneit, M. Flato, C. Moreau, T. Kirchberger, V. Wolters, B. V. L. Potter and A. H. Guse (2017). "2[prime]-Deoxyadenosine 5[prime]-diphosphoribose is an endogenous TRPM2 superagonist." Nature Chemical Biology (advance online publication).


M. Harkat, L. Peverini, A. H. Cerdan, K. Dunning, J. Beudez, A. Martz, N. Calimet, A. Specht, M. Cecchini, T. Chataigneau and T. Grutter (2017). "On the permeation of large organic cations through the pore of ATP-gated P2X receptors." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(19): E3786-E3795.


I. J. Jang, A. J. Davies, N. Akimoto, S. K. Back, P. R. Lee, H. S. Na, H. Furue, S. J. Jung, Y. H. Kim and S. B. Oh (2017). "Acute inflammation reveals GABAA receptor-mediated nociception in mouse dorsal root ganglion neurons via PGE2 receptor 4 signaling." Physiological Reports 5(8).


M.-H. Jeong, H.-J. Kim, J.-H. Pyun, K.-S. Choi, D. I. Lee, S. Solhjoo, B. O'Rourke, G. F. Tomaselli, D. S. Jeong, H. Cho and J.-S. Kang (2017). "Cdon deficiency causes cardiac remodeling through hyperactivation of WNT/ß-catenin signaling." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(8): E1345-E1354.


S. L. Johnson, J. Olt, S. Cho, H. von Gersdorff and W. Marcotti (2017). "The Coupling between Ca2+ Channels and the Exocytotic Ca2+ Sensor at Hair Cell Ribbon Synapses Varies Tonotopically along the Mature Cochlea." Journal of Neuroscience 37(9): 2471-2484.


C.-H. Liu, Z. Gong, Z.-L. Liang, Z.-X. Liu, F. Yang, Y.-J. Sun, M.-L. Ma, Y.-J. Wang, C.-R. Ji, Y.-H. Wang, M.-J. Wang, F.-A. Cui, A. Lin, W.-S. Zheng, D.-F. He, C.-x. Qu, P. Xiao, C.-Y. Liu, A. R. B. Thomsen, T. Joseph Cahill Iii, A. W. Kahsai, F. Yi, K.-H. Xiao, T. Xue, Z. Zhou, X. Yu and J.-P. Sun (2017). "Arrestin-biased AT1R agonism induces acute catecholamine secretion through TRPC3 coupling."Nature Communications 8: 14335.


M. M. Picher, A. Gehrt, S. Meese, A. Ivanovic, F. Predoehl, S. Jung, I. Schrauwen, A. G. Dragonetti, R. Colombo, G. Van Camp, N. Strenzke and T. Moser (2017). "Ca2+-binding protein 2 inhibits Ca2+-channel inactivation in mouse inner hair cells." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(9): E1717-E1726.


A. Ramot, Z. Jiang, J.-B. Tian, T. Nahum, Y. Kuperman, N. Justice and A. Chen (2017). "Hypothalamic CRFR1 is essential for HPA axis regulation following chronic stress." Nature Neuroscience 20(3): 385-388.


L. Romani, V. Oikonomou, S. Moretti, R. G. Iannitti, M. C. D'Adamo, V. R. Villella, M. Pariano, L. Sforna, M. Borghi, M. M. Bellet, F. Fallarino, M. T. Pallotta, G. Servillo, E. Ferrari, P. Puccetti, G. Kroemer, M. Pessia, L. Maiuri, A. L. Goldstein and E. Garaci (2017). "Thymosin [alpha]1 represents a potential potent single-molecule-based therapy for cystic fibrosis." Nature Medicine 23(5): 590-600.


N. Romanò, A. Guillou, D. J. Hodson, A. O. Martin and P. Mollard (2017). "Multiple-scale neuroendocrine signals connect brain and pituitary hormone rhythms." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(9): 2379-2382.


W. Shen, C. Nan, P. T. Nelson, H. Ripps and M. M. Slaughter (2017). "GABAB receptor attenuation of GABAA currents in neurons of the mammalian central nervous system." Physiological Reports 5(6).


A. Sigler, W. C. Oh, C. Imig, B. Altas, H. Kawabe, B. H. Cooper, H.-B. Kwon, J.-S. Rhee and N. Brose (2017). "Formation and Maintenance of Functional Spines in the Absence of Presynaptic Glutamate Release." Neuron 94(2): 304-311.e304.


P. Somasundaram, G. R. Wyrick, D. C. Fernandez, A. Ghahari, C. M. Pinhal, M. Simmonds Richardson, A. C. Rupp, L. Cui, Z. Wu, R. L. Brown, T. C. Badea, S. Hattar and P. R. Robinson (2017). "C-terminal phosphorylation regulates the kinetics of a subset of melanopsin-mediated behaviors in mice." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(10): 2741-2746.


A. Stange-Marten, A. L. Nabel, J. L. Sinclair, M. Fischl, O. Alexandrova, H. Wohlfrom, C. Kopp-Scheinpflug, M. Pecka and B. Grothe (2017). "Input timing for spatial processing is precisely tuned via constant synaptic delays and myelination patterns in the auditory brainstem." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(24): E4851-E4858.


L. Tao, L. Peng, R. P. A. Berntsson, S. M. Liu, S. Park, F. Yu, C. Boone, S. Palan, M. Beard, P.-E. Chabrier, P. Stenmark, J. Krupp and M. Dong (2017). "Engineered botulinum neurotoxin B with improved efficacy for targeting human receptors." Nature Communications 8(1): 53.


C. Wetzel, S. Pifferi, C. Picci, C. Gok, D. Hoffmann, K. K. Bali, A. Lampe, L. Lapatsina, R. Fleischer, E. S. J. Smith, V. Begay, M. Moroni, L. Estebanez, J. Kuhnemund, J. Walcher, E. Specker, M. Neuenschwander, J. P. von Kries, V. Haucke, R. Kuner, J. F. A. Poulet, J. Schmoranzer, K. Poole and G. R. Lewin (2017). "Small-molecule inhibition of STOML3 oligomerization reverses pathological mechanical hypersensitivity." Nature Neuroscience 20(2): 209-218.


Wu, Z., N. Grillet, B. Zhao, C. Cunningham, S. Harkins-Perry, B. Coste, S. Ranade, N. Zebarjadi, M. Beurg, R. Fettiplace, A. Patapoutian and U. Muller (2017). "Mechanosensory hair cells express two molecularly distinct mechanotransduction channels." Nature Neuroscience 20(1): 24-33.


A. J. Yiu, C.-L. Ibeh, S. K. Roy and B. C. Bandyopadhyay (2017). "Melamine induces Ca2+-sensing receptor activation and elicits apoptosis in proximal tubular cells." American Journal of Physiology - Cell Physiology 313(1): C27-C41.


X. Zhang and A. N. van den Pol (2017). "Rapid binge-like eating and body weight gain driven by zona incerta GABA neuron activation." Science 356(6340): 853-859.


L. Zhou, J. McInnes, K. Wierda, M. Holt, A. G. Herrmann, R. J. Jackson, Y.-C. Wang, J. Swerts, J. Beyens, K. Miskiewicz, S. Vilain, I. Dewachter, D. Moechars, B. De Strooper, T. L. Spires-Jones, J. De Wit and P. Verstreken (2017). "Tau association with synaptic vesicles causes presynaptic dysfunction." Nature Communications 8: 15295.




          

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