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does anybody know the specific membrane conductivity of HEK293 cells? Does anybody know a valid source?

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Hi and welcome to the site. Could you flesh out your question a little? What sources have you tried? Why are you interested in this question? As is, it is very narrowly defined. –  kmm Jan 15 at 4:56
I know that HEK293T cells are a cell type typically used in recombinant protein expression. What assay are you going to use them for? –  jwillis0720 Jan 15 at 10:47
conductivity to what ? membranes are differentially conductive to different ions.. –  WYSIWYG Jan 16 at 4:34

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