Physiology software info

user at Universitaet-Muenchen user at Universitaet-Muenchen
Mon Jul 24 17:23:20 EST 1995

There is a program called 'SimNerve' (Georg Thieme, Stuttgart/New York, 
ISBN: 3 13 799603 1), which simulates an Experiment on frog sciatic nerve.
It comes on CD and was originally written for the Mac but there is a Windows 
version too (but i strongly recommend the Mac-version). The program lets you 
stimulate a nerve, measure latency, peak heights of action potentials and 
so. It focusses on the experimental side (you have to adjust the whole 
setup ) and the preparation (Quicktime Movies of how to prepare the frog). 
The Graphics are quite good, everything looks as in a laboratory.
The publishers may send you a demo version.

Hope this helps
If you have further questions mail to :
		Jan Waechtler
e-mail:		u7224ao at sunmail.lrz-muenchen.de

(my mail address is not included in this postings header because of this 
stupid DOS-Program i am forced to use)

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