Rat preclinical research treadmill LE8700TS

rat preclinical research treadmill
rat preclinical research treadmill
rat preclinical research treadmill
rat preclinical research treadmill
rat preclinical research treadmill
rat preclinical research treadmill
rat preclinical research treadmill
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Animal type
for rats

Description

one of the most sophisticated solutions on the market! Ideal for exercise training and fatigue studies in rodents, Panlab’s treadmills are recognized as some of the most sophisticated solutions on the market. Efficient bench footprint Durable, high quality finish Smart control unit with powerful graphic touchscreen Extensive range of speed choices for low to high speed requests Choice of many stop conditions for defining fatigue Constant electrical shock intensity to minimize inter-individual variability Positive and negative belt slope selections Shock or air puff stimulation option Indirect calorimetry option for respiratory metabolism studies Can be combined with telemetry (heart rate, temperature…) for more extensive cardiovascular studies Treadmills are a popular tool for studying the physiological adaptations and possible benefits resulting from exercise. Applications span a wide range of research interests including sports performance, metabolic diseases, cardiovascular disorders, spinal cord injury recovery and chronic pain models. Panlab/Harvard Apparatus small animal treadmills are used for forced exercise training and accurate testing of fatigue in rodents. A control unit with touchscreen user interface plus the ability to perform individual lane stimulation (shock or air-puff) add convenience and experimental flexibility in setting up and managing study parameters.

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