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|Title:||Spike-train acquisition, analysis and real-time experimental control using an icon-based programming language (LabView)|
|Citation:||Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 1995; 62(1-2):93-102|
|Abstract:||A solution is described for the acquisition on a personal computer of standard pulses derived from neuronal discharge, measurement of neuronal discharge times, real-time control of stimulus delivery based on specified inter-pulse interval conditions in the neuronal spike train, and on-line display and analysis of the experimental data. The hardware consisted of an Apple Macintosh IIci computer and a plug-in card (National Instruments NB-MIO16) that supports A/D, D/A, digital I/O and timer functions. The software was written in the object-oriented graphical programming language LabView. Essential elements of the source code of the LabView program are presented and explained. The use of the system is demonstrated in an experiment in which the reflex responses to muscle stretch are assessed for a single motor unit in the human masseter muscle.|
Evoked Potentials, Motor
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 2|
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