An electrophysiology quesiton

k p Collins kpaulc at [----------]earthlink.net
Tue Feb 10 13:24:53 EST 2004


I stand on what I've posted.

K. P. Collins

"Doktor DynaSoar" <targeting at OMCL.mil> wrote in message
news:iiqg20198o2vl0kfi0tpasi5ul6bjkar72 at 4ax.com...
> On Mon, 09 Feb 2004 18:32:24 GMT, "k p  Collins"
> <kpaulc@[----------]earthlink.net> wrote:
>
> } "Xiaoshen Li" <xli6 at gmu.edu> wrote in message
> } news:c08fgr$pm9 at portal.gmu.edu...
> } > Hi,
> } > I have an electrophysiology question.
> } > I read somewhere "somatic EPSCs
> } > under passive voltage clamp conditions...".
> } > What is "passive voltage clamp"? I am
> } > always confused EPSC and EPSP. In
> } > voltage clamp condition, are we measur
> } > ing EPSCs?
> } >
> } > Thank  you very much for your help.
> } >
> } > Best Regards,
> } > Xiaoshen
> }
> } I =presume= that "EPSC" is an acronym
> } for "excitatory post synaptic conductances".
>
> No.
>
> } If it's so, then, I've discussed everything
> } that's involved in former posts that can be
> } accessed by doing a Groups Google[tm]
> } on:
> }
> } protein+folding+3-D energydynamics+kpaulc
>
> Irrelevant junk.
>
>
> It was a real, specific question about real, specific terms, and had
> real, specific answers. Your delusions will serve as nothing but
> distractions to people actually interested and knowledgeable in real
> science. Try to stick with your accustomed conversants and leave the
> real answers to people who don't invent them on a whim. Someone could
> accidently believe your imaginary-friends-in-the-form-of-knowledge,
> and making that mistake could have negative consequences. Try to think
> about something other than your own flag waving for a change.
>





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