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We’re looking for a Patch-Clamp Electrophysiologist in San Diego, USA!

PATCH CLAMP ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIST NEUROSERVICE is looking for a skilled patch clamp electrophysiologist to support its growing activities in the United States. The successful candidate will perform electrophysiological recording from neuronal cells and cell lines to supp ort our contract research services for biotech and pharmaceutical industry clients. The ideal candidate will be a goal-oriented team […]

Neuronal network oscillations: the test biomarker for CNS drugs

Brain rhythms are periodically fluctuating waves of neuronal activity. Such rhythms reflect the synchronized activity of large numbers of neurons because synchronous currents sum together to generate large-amplitude fluctuations. Different types of brain rhythms are observed in humans, primates, as well as rodents and occur in many cortical and subcortical regions. Each type of rhythm […]

NMDA-receptors functional assays for CNS diseases

Whatever your therapeutic area (cognitive disorders, schizophrenia, depression, stroke, neuropathic pain, etc.) you are targeting NMDA receptors and you need to get clean, precise and robust pharmacological profiles of your compounds. For more than 13 years Esther STEIDL and her team have developed multiple assays based on the Multi-Electrode Array technique (MEA recordings) to document […]