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Services and charges


  • Assisted data acquisition – providing experimental design, data collection and analysis
  • Full service – scientific contribution to the project including planning/design of the study, illustration and description of the data, methods, results and interpretation of the results (to be discussed with the management)
  • Consulting and training
  • Access to the equipment for independent use
  • Development of new assays on demand


Ephys facility fees 2024

*Prices are given in SEK, minus overhead

**Unassisted electrophysiology recording is only offered in particular cases to a well-trained scientists with previously documented electrophysiology experience

Please, note

  • Commonly used reagents, buffers and drugs will be included in the service. However, if a specific drug/reagent is required, users will have to provide their own, or may order with our help.
  • Consulting is free of charge but obligatory part of every new project. Each project begins with a consultation meeting where the details and nature of the experiments and the expected outcomes will be discussed. Then, the project will be assigned to a respective platform/research engineer.
  • It is possible for the users to perform certain experiments unassisted, but only upon agreement and initial training provided by the facility (at least 1 day of assisted work).
  • The core reserves the right to revoke the access of the investigator to the platform in case of consistent inappropriate use of the equipment or failure to maintain a clean and safe working area within the core.


Book Our Services:

For bookings and consultations, please contact: 

Electrophysiology [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se (Electrophysiology[at]med[dot]lu[dot]se)

B10 electrophysiology rig. Photo.
F09 Electrophysiology set up. Photo: Johan Persson