• Port-a-Patch

    Smallest patch clamp setup in the world
  • Port-a-Patch

    Easy to learn - ideal for teaching
  • Port-a-Patch

    Records from cells, organelles and bilayers
  • Port-a-Patch

    First planar patch clamp device on the market
  • Port-a-Patch

    Ideal for internal solution exchange applications

Prof. Dr. Carlos Villalobos - Statement about the Port-a-Patch

icon pap   “We have used Nanion´s Port-a-patch for recording endogenous Icrac, the small calcium-release activated currents that are becoming very important in cell fate and cancer hallmarks. In addition, measurements were carried out in primary cultures of human, coronary, vascular-smooth muscle cells, a very difficult cell type to patch, and several normal and tumoral, epithelial cells. In the beginning I was very skeptical, because the currents are extremely small. However, the results were excellent and clear cut. It is possible to investigate the pharmacology and molecular biology of these channels during the phenotypic switches related to transdifferentiation, aging or tumorogenesis”.

Prof. Carlos Villalobos
University of Valladolid and Spanish Research Council (CSIC), Spain

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