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Motory Coordination

Motory Coordination

Measurement of motor coordination and balance can be used not only to assess the effect of drugs or other experimental manipulations on mice and rats, but also to characterize the motor phenotype of transgenic or knock-out animals. 

The tests can be used equally well for rats and mice, and have been used both for the phenotypic characterization of transgenic mice and for evaluating the effects of lesions and aging in rats. 

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    Mouse, Rat

    Measures endurance, distance and speed. For studying behavioral, physiological, biochemical, and molecular responses to both acute exercise stress and chronic exercise training.

    Original product by Ugo Basile is adaptable for use by rats or mice. Easy set up and control using touch screen. Automatic measurement of endurance, distance and speed. Shock grid for aversive stimulus (if...

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    Mouse

    Assesses motor coordination using natural fear of falling response as motivation. Especially for drug screening or motor impairment studies.

    Simple touchscreen for experiment control and data display. Customizable, uploadable protocols (speeds, acceleration, multi-step ramps) for efficiency and repeatability. Records up to 5 mice simultaneously. Removable, stainless-steel easy-clean...

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    Rat

    Assesses motor coordination using natural fear of falling response as motivation. Especially for drug screening or motor impairment studies, Parkinson’s, ALS and other diseases.

    Simple touchscreen for experiment control and data display. Customizable, uploadable protocols (speeds, acceleration, multi-step ramps) for efficiency and repeatability. Records up to 5 rats simultaneously....

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    Mouse, Rat

    Enables recording of spontaneous locomotor activity in rats and mice (individual or groups) using infrared (I.R.) beams. General activity can be an indicator of drug action, toxic substances, neurological damage, or daily rhythms in activity.

    Tracks horizontal and vertical activity (rearing). Easily integrated with video tracking system to measure rearing XY position. Easy...

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    Mouse, Rat

    Automatically measures grip-strength of forelimb, hindlimb, or all four limbs, in rats and mice as they instinctively resist backwards movement. For assessing the effects of substances (drugs, toxins, muscle relaxants) and conditions (disease, ageing, neural damage) on muscle strength.

    Integrated sensor and amplifier for precision measurements and consistency. Stand-alone (battery...

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    Mouse

    Counts rotations in unrestrained, free roaming mice. Popular method for screening the behavioral effects of drugs. Also for Parkinson’s Disease studies.

    Automatically counts clockwise and counter clockwise rotations. Ugo Basile Original design – no tether required for the animal. Works with a magnet attached or injected into the mouse.

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    Mouse, Rat

    Running wheels provide a convenient method for measuring rodent motor activity over long periods of time.

    Used for research on circadian rhythms, motor function, aging, energy balance and obesity.

    Robust mouse and rat models measure rodent activity across time. Easy monitoring, low maintenance. Models available with an LCD counter and can also be connected to a Windows PC....

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    Mouse, Rat

    Studies natural curiosity and exploration behavior of rodents when confronted with a new environment (head-plunging, or nose-poking stereotype) according to the method devised by Boissier-Simon. For testing effects of psychotropic drugs on exploratory behavior.

    The Boards are available with opaque or transparent walls for use with video tracking software. Mouse or rat versions.

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