The Neurobiology teaching kit includes everything you need to conduct a variety of lab experiments including: membrane potentials and how they develop; action potentials and how they develop and propagate; synapses, transmitters, and receptors, and how they work; neurons in the central nervous system, and how they control specific cells and functions; Motor neurons and how they control or effect organs; and, sensory receptors
and how they provide information to the central nervous system.
Many other experiments, on a wide variety of excitable tissue, can be performed with the iWorx Neurobiology Teaching Kit because the components included in the kit are versatile devices commonly used in research and teaching laboratories.
Note: The labs presented below are intended only for evaluation by prospective customers. iWorx users should refer to the User Area for the most current versions of labs and LabScribe2 Software.
Note: The labs presented here are intended only for evaluation by prospective customers. iWorx users should refer to the Users Area for the most current versions of labs and LabScribe2 Software.
Tutorial 01b – The iWorx 214
Tutorial 01a – The iWorx TA
Tutorial 02 – Recording in LabScribe
Tutorial 03 – Making Marks in LabScribe
Tutorial 04 – Locating Marks in LabScribe
Tutorial 05 – Basic Measurements in LabScribe
Tutorial 05b – Basic Spirometric Measurements in LabScribe
Tutorial 05a – Basic ECG Measurements in LabScribe
Tutorial 06 – Change Display Time in LabScribe
Tutorial 07 – Units Conversion in LabScribe
Tutorial 08 – Computed Functions in LabScribe
Tutorial 09 – Writing Reports in LabScribe
Tutorial 10 – Advanced Analysis in LabScribe
Tutorial 11 – Adding Copy of Graph to Journal
Tutorial 12 – Using Standard Labs in LabScribe