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Autonomic

The autonomic nervous system is the part of the peripheral nervous system that controls visceral functions such as heart rate, respiratory rate, and digestion. It consists of enteric, parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems and is regulated by the central nervous system, but functions largely autonomously, without conscious control.

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ADInstruments offers a single system that can meet all your Autonomic Nervous System research needs. Use LabChart to collect and synchronize a wide range of cross-application signals and then compare, clarify and evaluate your data. Our team can customize any of our systems to meet your precise needs, helping you to record and read the exact data that you need in the most efficient and effective way possible. Enjoy simple setup, cutting-edge technology and flexible analysis options for autonomic research - everything you need to get notable results with integrity, all in one simple, streamlined system.

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