If you liked pClamp I would suggest WinWCP
, which is free-ware but almost the same. It is
compatible to almost all data acquisition
interfaces (Digidata, National intruments, Instrutech, CED).
The freeware clone of the other important
software (HEKA) provider is GePulse
it works with National intruments interfaces and Intrutech.
Just have a look on them and see what you prefer.
In case you have to set up an additional rig,
have a look on our automated patch clamp system
the Port-a-Patch ;-) (www.nanion.de) which
dramatically simplifies the experiments on isolated cells.
At 01:02 10.05.2006, you wrote:
>I'm in graduate school and I have been asked to
>do some electrophysiology work by my PI. I set
>up a rig in the past; however, this is my first
>chance to acquire my own acquisition
>software. Previously, I used pClamp, but it is
>very expensive and doesn't meet all of my
>needs. Could people recommend some good, cheap
>software for me to use both extracellularly and intracellurly?
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