My original post has become centered around what is voltage clamp and
what is current clamp and what is the purpose of each technique. Voltage
clamp and current clamp have been the only two choices for an
electrophysiologist. However recently I have heard that there is another
new clamping technique now. It is called "Dynamic clamp". It is said
that this techniqure provides some new information which V-clamp or
Could anybody explain what dynamic clamp is and compare it with V-clamp
Thank you very much.
Xiaoshen Li wrote:
> 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 measuring EPSCs?
>> Thank you very much for your help.
>> Best Regards,