Ninas new preprint is out

Congrats to Nina for getting her primary PhD project out on bioRxiv! She established a way to record from ncAA-containing ASICs on an automated patch-clamp (APC) device – and used the approach to dig into the details of the function and pharmacology of up to 309 ASIC variants. Huge thanks to our collaborators: Jacob Andersen for getting this off the ground, Søren Friis from Nanion for lending us his APC expertise and the Team of Andrea Sinz in Halle for their help with mass spectrometry!