! NEW RESEARCH WORK !
A recent publication
by C. Mingorance, L. Duluc, M. Chalopin, G. Simard, P.-H. Ducluzeau et al. in "PloS ONE" highlights the merits of using Bioseb's Warming chambers for pressure measurement
: Propionyl-L-carnitine Corrects Metabolic and Cardiovascular Alterations in Diet-Induced Obese Mice and Improves Liver Respiratory Chain Activity.
Multi-animal model: LE 56506
This warming chamber increases measurement performances
when uses with one of the LE500X
non-invasive pressure meter.
It's possible to heat up to 6 animal and this number can be doubled by linking it to another one.
Getting reliable measurement is made easier by the vasodilatation due to the device.
Moreover, when a cuff and a transducer is used for each subject, the device makes possible to switch between animals without any need to manipulate them again.
This change is made manually by pressing a button on the LE5001 and LE5002 instrument, but is automatic on the LE5007.
This multi-animal heater offers the optimal way to get quick and reliable measurement while increasing greatly the number of animals treated
• Automated heater with temperature adjustable from room temperature to 38ºC
• The heater is provided with switches for controlling up to 6 animals sequentially.
• The switch function can be performed automatically or programmed using the LE 5007.
• Up to 2 units can be connected ensure the sequential measurement of 12 animals without having to change the pulse transducers and tail cuffs.
• A fan ensures appropriate air flow and correct dispersion of the heat produced by a system of electronically controlled resistances.
Warming chambers for pressure measurement: individual model LE5610
Individual Model: LE5610
This warming tunnel is an economical device but essential for all the studies on mice
. Vasodilatation is in this case an indispensable
condition for successful pressure measurement.
Domains of application
• Cardiovascular studies - Non-Invasive Blood Pressure
• Drug screening
• Hypertension/hypotension studies
• Kidney disease studies
• Addison’s disease studies
• Toxin reaction studies