Measures paw withdrawal latency in unrestrained and unhandled rodents during experiments, in response to an infrared heat stimulus. For studying pain sensitization and thermal pain response recovery.
Automatic detection of paw withdrawal for accuracy.
Records and analyses thermal preference phenotyping in mice, according to Zimmermann's method. For neuropathic pain studies, temperature sensitivity and insensitivity assessment, always with the animal freely moving and with no user’s intervention.
Novel circular design. Addresses limitations associated with classic devices. Cost effective. Reproducible data.
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...
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....
Screens thermal hyperalgesia and mechanical allodynia, conditions often observed in patients with chronic pain. Also, for testing analgesic drugs.
Fixed or increasing temperature (RAMP) modes for dynamic experiments. Reaches user-defined temperatures within minutes. Touch screen or X-PAD software for setting up and monitoring tests, including complex temperature ramps.
Measures the weight distribution difference between an injured and unaffected hind paw of a mouse or rat. For the assessment of spontaneous pain in osteoarthritis, bone cancer, nerve injury and post-operative pain studies.
Automatic operation reduces operator bias, optimises repeatability and saves time. Easy set up. Data visualization to monitor trends. Fast and easy cleaning.
Measures hypersensitivity to thermal (hot and cold) and/or mechanical stimulation of the orofacial area in rats (mouse adaptor available). For research into a wide range of pain conditions involving the trigeminal nerve.
High throughput with data recorded from up to 16 cages with ORO-Software. Real time data display. Non-invasive, respectful test. Comprehensive metrics and easy data...
Identifies temperature sensitivity and nociceptive pain thresholds. For pathophysiological exploration of animal pain models and pharmacological assessment of analgesic drugs. Often called the Two-Temperature Choice Test.
Easy touch screen controls for setting up and monitoring tests. Fast data portability. Fixed or ramp temperatures for dynamic experiments.
Measures small changes in volume & oedema (fluid retention) to gauge the inflammatory response such as for anti-inflammatory screening tests.
Hands-free operation. Precision measurements. Detects and displays 0.01 ml changes in rodent paw volume. Easy data transfer. Includes software.
Accurately measures the nociceptive threshold to infrared heat stimulus on the rat or mouse tail. Used for rapid precise screening of analgesic drugs by observing reaction to heat.
Adjustable I.R. intensity, bright touch screen display with intuitive controls. Comfortable surface for the animal. Latency and light intensity data are automatically saved. Easy start with foot pedal....
Applied force measurements on rat or mouse paw according to the Randall-Selitto paw-pressure test (normal or inflamed). Enables rapid and precise screening of analgesic drugs for anti-nociceptive studies.
Exerts a steadily increasing force with easy start and stop. No calibration required. Design maximises care for animals. Model with digital reading available.