Impedance spectroscopy of ion channels in tethered lipid bilayers

A review. The efficient anal. of the function of ion channels is an important task in many different fields ranging from (bio)analytics and drug-screening to nanoelectronics. Here, the modulation of the channel activity of a synthetic ligand gated ion channel by a specific antibody is measured in tethered lipid bilayers by impedance spectroscopy. Tethered single lipid bilayers with exceptionally high elec. resistances suitable for the detection of a few channels are presented. [on SciFinder (R)]


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e-Journal of Surface Science and Nanotechnology, 3, 203-206
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2005
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