Sensory motor and Coordination
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The apomorphine test using an rotameter has proved to be a popular test for screening…
The purpose of this test is to evaluate the limb motor or muscular functions in…
The rotarod is a standard test of motor coordination, balance and fatigue in rodents.
The startle response is a brainstem reflex elicited by an unexpected acoustic or tactile stimulus.
The weight bearing test represents an unsurpassed method for assessing spontaneous pain and postural deficits…
The body reversal corridor is used for assessing muscle control and movement coordination in rats.…
The Dynamic Weight Bearing - New Incapacitance Test, is a new test for assessing spontaneous…
The grip strength meter allows the study of neuromuscular functions in rodents by determining the…
The inclined geotaxis board (slant board) is mainly used to assess motor coordination in rodents…
The Kinetic Weight Bearing (KWB) system is an alternative method generating quantitative data on footprints…
The foot misplacement corridor test is used for assessing motor coordination and balance (gait control)…
Panlab restrainers for rodents are manufactured from Perspex cylinders mounted on a flat black Perspex…
Our Rota Rod (or rotarod) provides an easy way to test the effects of drugs,…
Rotational behaviour has proved a popular technique for screening the behavioural effects of a wide…
The new SEDACOM 2.0 version is a very easy, convenient and cost-saving data transfer software…
The StartFear Combined system is a polyvalent system for conducting both fear conditioning and startle…