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INCLINED GEOTAXIS BOARD

for assessing motor coordination in rodents

Description
Key features
Specs
How to order
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Description

 The inclined geotaxis board (slant board) is mainly used to assess motor coordination in rodents when challenged on a sloped surface.

The subjects are placed individually on the sloped platform facing in a downward direction (negative geotaxis). The latency to turn and orient themselves to be facing up the slope is recorded. This can be repeated at varying inclines to assess motor coordination and righting.

Delays in the ability to reorient could be indicative of delays in motor, balance, or vestibular function.

The inclined geotaxis board consists of sloped platforms of varying angles from horizontal to the desktop (0° to 90°).

Specs

Platform Dimension 65 x 45.5 cm (25.5 x 18 inch.)
Material stainless steel
Slope range 0º to 90º, continuous increment
Mesh grid space 1 x 1 cm (0.40 x 0.40 inch) squares

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How to order

INCLINED BOARD

Order #

Model

Product

76-0588

LE2801

Inclined Geotaxis Board

 

How to order

Please contact our local delegates or contact us directly for receiving a quote.

 

Key features

  • For Rats and Mice
  • Straightforward test for geotaxis assessment
  • Continuous angle selection
  • Resistant and Easy to clean

 

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