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Electrical Stimulators for Physiological Research – BIOPAC Blog

Any physiological measurement is concerned with the subject of stimulus and response. Highly-controlled electrical stimulation capability can provide a unique tool for life science researchers to discern sensory function and associated physiological responses in living subjects.

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New Citations | Utilizing VR and AcqKnowledge to Reduce Stress

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