In article <283ft5$lbs at kruuna.Helsinki.FI> stenberg at kruuna.Helsinki.FI (Dag Stenberg) writes:
>Yan Tony Lee (ytony at acs.bu.edu) wrote:
>> I am an electrophysiologist trying to get and anazyle data I get from
>> whole-cell recordings and single-patch clamp recordings. However, I use an
>> old program called pCLAMP to record my data and then try to analyze it The
>> software is slow, user-hostile, and very difficult to use. Not only that
>> the software stinks, but we use these very old IBM-compatibles (286).
>> However we do have these really cool Macs that could definitely make things
Cambridge Electronic Design (CED) make a fairly sophisticated (and expensive)
system for various kinds of electrophysiology. I use their IBM based system
for extracellular recording and for the most part am very satisfied with it.
They also make a Mac based system. Be prepared to shell out US$8000+.