Behavioral research activity monitor A-1812-00101
for grip testfor micefor rats

behavioral research activity monitor
behavioral research activity monitor
behavioral research activity monitor
behavioral research activity monitor
behavioral research activity monitor
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for behavioral research, for grip test
for mice, for rats, wireless


The new generation of the Grip Strength Meter, efficient and innovative with wireless communication via integrated Bluetooth for assessing neuromuscular function in rodents. SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS Motor Phenotyping, Drug Screening, Neuromuscular Diseases, Parkinson Disease, Huntington Disease, Aging,... The NEW Grip Strength Meter Intellibio evaluates neuromuscular function in rodents. This is to detect the maximum amount of the animal’s strength applied to grasp a specially designed draw bar or grid. The measurement is performed with a digital force sensor so as to retain the maximum force applied on a digital display. Values can be either manually or automatically saved with the included software. Used for collecting data gathered from strength tests in rodents, it allows for statistical analysis of the data directly on the screen or PC. Concept The apparatus for measuring the grip strength is positioned horizontally and the animal is held by the tail above the grid. The user lowers the animal horizontally until it grips the grid with its front legs. The animal then grips the metal grid and is pulled back on a horizontal plane. The force applied to the bar or the grid just before it loses its grip is recorded as the maximum force. In the respect of the Good Practice of the Laboratories. Device easy to use A single device for rats and mice 1 set of grip for mice: standard grip, T grip 1 set of grip for rat: standard grip, T grip High precision sensor Rechargeable battery
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