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Monophasic Action Potential Analysis Software Module

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Monophasic Action Potential Recording and Analysis System
Part #: ACKMAP

Monophasic Action Potential Analysis Module 
Take Charge of Your MAP data with Fully Automated Routines! Use the Power of MP Research Systems and AcqKnowledge Software for a Complete Monophasic Action Potential Recording and Analysis Solution.

AcqKnowledge software includes the following automated MAP Analysis routine, along with dozens of other automated analysis routines and transformation tools:

  • Monophasic Action Potential Classifier
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AcqKnowledge software utilizes guided channel setting dialogs, allowing the user to easily input channel data parameters. Once parameters are established, recording settings can be saved as a graph template for future use. This allows for instant start up for subsequent recording sessions.

During recording, see real-time live raw physiological data as well as real-time filtering or calculation channels. Easily insert markers for different stimuli presentation or experimental conditions throughout recording.

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Monophasic Action Potential Classifier in AcqKnowledge

Monophasic Action Potential data can also be synchronized to video recording via BIOPAC Camera Systems. With Camera Systems physiological data and Video Data are time linked. Simply scroll through either the video or physiological data to be taken to the corresponding data point in the other file.

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AcqKnowledge Data with Time-Synchronized Video

After recording, take advantage of the fully automated MAP Classifier routine in AcqKnowledge. Use guided video tutorials to get the most out of all available analysis tools.

Monophasic Action Potential Analysis Package Overview

Monophasic Action Potential Classifier

This routine performs classification of MAP data acquired from a human or animal subject and extracts various cycle-by-cycle intervals. Locates upstroke, maximum, 100% recovery, and user-specified recovery points on the action potential.

  • Classification is performed using the action potential with its smoothed derivative
  • If upstroke, maximum, and plateau events are already defined on the MAP signal only recovery events are defined.

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Record high-fidelity MAP data with standard wired amplifiers while providing user-configurable stimulation. Contact BIOPAC today to customize your package with amplifiers, stimulators, leads, electrodes, and/or transducers for human or animal use.

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