#ExpertAnswers: Benjamin Prosser and Michiel Helmes on Measuring Force in Single Heart Cells
Airdate: Wednesday, October 8, 2014 Season: 1 Episode: 7
Guests: Benjamin L. Prosser, Michiel Helmes
This episode of #ExpertAnswers features Benjamin Prosser, Assistant Professor in the Department of Physiology, at the Perelman School of Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania, and Michiel Helmes, Michiel is Co-Ceo of Ionoptix. They are here to discuss best-practices and techniques for attaching, stretching, and studying isolated cells.
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