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161 – Automated Tissue Bath Analysis – BSL

This application note will demonstrate how to perform automated analyses of your tissue bath data. This will yield the responses to the data you have collected.
The Biopac Student Lab PRO can be used to record and analyze tissue bath and isolated organ experiments. A force transducer connected to the MP30/35 is easily calibrated by using two known weights.
Click for Automated Tissue Bath Analysis with BSL.
See also: Application Note 127 – Precision Force Transducers and Application Note 132 – Variable Force Transducer.
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