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Autonomic

The human 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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Autonomic with ADInstruments

ADInstruments offers a single, streamlined system that can meet all of your specific Autonomic Nervous System research needs. 

Using PowerLab and LabChart you can record and analyze a wide variety of cross application signals and then compare, clarify and evaluate your data, all in one place. 

We also have a human approved research-grade microneurography amplifier - the Neuro Amp EX - developed in conjunction with Dr. Vaughan Macefield.

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