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Real-Time Recording and Processing of Spike Electrical Activity of the Small Intestine in Experiments on Rats

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Real-time recording technique and mathematical processing of the spike electrical activity in the small intestine were developed for chronic experiments on rats. Open-source software was employed to digitize electromyograms and to process them in a real-time mode with a fourth-order nonlinear differential energy operator. This method improved identification of spike electrical activity in the small intestine in experiments.

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Correspondence to A. V. Zherebtsov.

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Translated from Byulleten’ Eksperimental’noi Biologii i Meditsiny, Vol. 168, No. 9, pp. 383-386, September, 2019

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Zherebtsov, A.V., Tropskaya, N.S. Real-Time Recording and Processing of Spike Electrical Activity of the Small Intestine in Experiments on Rats. Bull Exp Biol Med 168, 406–409 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10517-020-04719-7

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Key Words

  • spike electrical activity
  • small intestine
  • electromyogram processing
  • nonlinear differential energy operator