Integrated approach for data acquisition, visualization and processing of analog polarographic systems for bioenergetics studies

Published: 6 Jan 2020 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/zb3d696s5c.1
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Graphical user interface for bioenergetics data.
This is the supplemental material of the manuscript "Integrated approach for data acquisition, visualization and processing of analog polarographic systems for bioenergetics studies" that includes the graphical user interface (GUI), user guide and file examples generated with the GUI and a video tutorial. The GUI allows to calibrate oxygen sensor, continuous visualization, decimation and analysis of data recorded with a comma separated values format. GUI can be used to visualize and analyze data of analog polarographic systems. The GUI allows to overcome cumbersome calculations to extract bioenergetic data from oxygen kinetics, enhance the accuracy of RCR and ADP/O ratio, and optimize the decimation of kinetic data for computational applications.

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    2020-01-06

    Published: 2020-01-06

    DOI: 10.17632/zb3d696s5c.1

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    Potter, Lucas; Krusienski , Dean ; Kennedy, Jesse; Hoppel, Charles; Lai, Nicola (2020), “Integrated approach for data acquisition, visualization and processing of analog polarographic systems for bioenergetics studies”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/zb3d696s5c.1

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Graphical User Interfaces, Bioenergetics, Data Acquisition, Cellular Respiration, Mitochondrial Function

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