The MIFETM system 
for non-invasive measurement of specific fluxes in solution near living plant or animal tissue

 
 
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UTas Biophysics Lab
MIFE user group

Overview
Membrane Transport & fluxes
MIFE Key Features
MIFE applications
development
references

MIFE theory
 ion flux theory
multivalent ion mobility
ionic mobility values
neutral molecule flux
Methodological isues
H+ flux in buffered media

Hardware
amplifier
microscope
manipulator
System requirements

Software
analysis

Purchasing
Univ of Tas
Eppendorf NP2


To buy a MIFE system

The main requirements for a complete MIFE system are extensive. A well-equipped electrophysiology laboratory will have many of them already. 

The MIFE electronics and the CHART/MIFEFLUX software are made and supplied by the University of Tasmania. The Narishige hydraulic manipulators assembly, with the manipulator control electronics can be supplied also by the University of Tasmania.

Formal specifications of the MIFE system that can be supplied are given in the associated file MIFE System Specification.

Prices given  do not include GST and may change without notice. 

Please contact Prof. John Dickey. in the Research Office Commercialisation Unit, in the first instance, for a quotation for your particular MIFE requirements.


Maintained by Ian Newman. Date . University of Tasmania.