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In a current-clamp (or voltage-clamp, for that matter) experiment, you have a pair of electrodes; one is in the bath somewhere acting as a ground, the other is suspended in a glass pipette full of some salt solution, usually one that roughly mimics the intracellular ion composition, with some adjustments for convenience or experimental reasons. In a whole-...


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For the fundamentals, I always go back to the more dated literature that is heavily cited (in this field of research, which is pretty big given it uses visual evoked potentials, say >1k times). I found the following two papers that describe the basics of VEPs with checkerboard patterns. In addition, a very nice visual electrophysiology book is ...


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