05.05.2020: Win an automated patch clamp system!


The submission period has now closed. An official announcement late July  


Would you like to have 384 patch clamp electrophysiologists working for you?

Do you have an exciting project which you always wanted to do but couldn't pursue because of lack of time, money, or resources?

If so, we want to hear from you!

We are giving you the chance to get a high throughput automated patch clamp instrument, the SyncroPatch 384i, for a 9 month period in your lab, completely free of charge. The SyncroPatch 384i is a high performance and highly flexible patch clamp device for recording from 384 wells simultaneously. The throughput can be up to 20,000 data points per day with data quality comparable with manual patch clamp. The SyncroPatch 384i is also ideally suited for academic projects with its Expert Mode of operation, the ability to record from part of the plate for assay development or smaller projects, and its powerful data acquisition and analysis software.

Whether you're working on channelopathies, viroporins, respiratory diseases, or have any other exciting project involving ion channels, complete your application today for a free SyncroPatch 384i. Nanion will provide the instrument along with 125 NPC-384 chips, installation and intense training to get you up and running, and continued exceptional support from Nanion Application Scientists.

Don't just take our word for how versatile the SyncroPatch 384i is, read about the projects from some of our users here on the User Testimonials page.

Take advantage of this unique opportunity and complete your proposal by June 30th 2020.

Application Instructions 

The Submission period has now closed. 

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