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Electrophysiology

Whatever your research needs, we can provide complete and modular solutions for the study of bioelectrical signals. From precision intracellular and patch-clamp systems to recording biopotentials. LabChart software is purpose-built to help you get the most out of your data recordings with optional automation of functions such as artifact recognition and characterization of cell firing.

Applications


Electrocardiography (ECG/EKG)

Acquire quality data first time with our software-controlled bioamplifiers. Visualize the electrical activity of the heart with the ECG Analysis Add-On for LabChart.

Electroencephalography (EEG)

Record surface EEG activity from up to 32 cortical sites with LabChart and our full line of Bio Amplifiers.

Electromyography (EMG)

Whether wireless or tethered, surface or intramuscular EMG activity can be measured with PowerLab and an EMG system fully isolated for human and animal studies. 

Electrooculography (EOG)

Capture a wide variety of eye movements with our EOG pod and Bio Amplifiers.

Electroretinography (ERG)

Measure and analyze ERGs to investigate photoreceptor function using a Bio Amp coupled with PowerLab and LabChart. 

Epithelial/Ussing

Evaluate electrogenic pathways through tissues with our electrophysiology-based Ussing systems.

Extracellular

Easily acquire and analyze extracellular potentials from nerves and brain slices. Seamlessly assess conscious neural activity.

Intracellular/Sharp electrode

Voltage Clamp, Current Clamp and simple intracellular recording and analysis made easy.

Microneurography

Directly record and analyze sympathetic outflow from awake humans.

Patch clamp

Record single channel or whole cell data with PowerLab.

Stimulus generators

Define and deliver customizable stimulation protocols for in vivo and in vitro applications.

Telemetry

Record a varying range of biopotentials, pressure signals, activity and temperature from freely moving animals.

Citations

5,370

Electrophysiology papers on Google Scholar cite ADInstruments.

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