Data acquisition and analysis for muscle physiology
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Kenneth S. Campbell
Current Version 4.0.1
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SLControl is a computer program which helps perform sophisticated single muscle fiber experiments. It was developed by Ken Campbell during his time as a post-doc in the Moss lab at the Department of Physiology UW-Madison. He is now an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physiology at the University of Kentucky.
The program runs under Windows (NT 4.0 or later) and implements real-time control strategies using a PCI A/D and D/A board (a DAP 5216a from Microstar Laboratories in the original configuration). Key features of the system are shown below.
SLControl is provided with the best of intentions, but there is no guarantee that it works correctly under
all condition. When new problems are discovered, they are reported on this
and every attempt is made to fix the problem in future releases. Nevertheless users who chose to use
SLControl do so at their own risk. No warranty is implied or intended.
This page last updated on 30th April, 2005 by Ken. Full access statistics from 12th March 2002, statistics last updated 17 June, 2005.