Characterizing Pain in animal models : What's new? - Bioseb Newsletter - March 2019
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Understanding Pain mechanisms is still a complex process. Despite the high quality of on-going studies and the number of Research labs working on this major topic, it needs reliable tools for a non-subjective approach. This is what we aim at Bioseb: to provide accurate and trustable data that helps in measuring precisely the evolution of pain disease in animal models.
Join us at the XVth symposium of the Réseau Français de Recherche sur la Douleur in Paris, France, and at the Challenge of Chronic Pain, Cambridge, UK, to give a trial on the most advanced techniques for your basic research :
Advanced Dynamic Weight Bearing
Bioseb's Advanced Dynamic Weight Bearing for Rats and Mice
The only operator-independent, spontaneous pain test not requiring animal restraint. DWB precisely measures changes in postural equilibrium in freely moving rodents by assessing their weight distribution on each paw, tail, and other body parts.

Features:
• Operator-independent
• No animal restraint - no stress
• New : software interface completely redesigned for a user-friendly browsing
All-in-one Analgesimeter
Bioseb's All-in-One Analgesimeter - Electronic Von Frey, Rodent Pincher and Small Animal algometer
Result of the latest innovations from our R&D team : Electronic Von Frey, Rodent Pincher and Small animal Algometer is now available as a compact device! The 3 kinds of sensors can be connected to one unique Control Unit.

Features:
• Economical solution
• Compact device for small bench footprint
• Flexible instrument when a quantitative sensory testing (QST) is needed
See you soon in Cambridge and Paris!
View these instruments and many more when you visit Bioseb’s exhibit at at the XVth symposium of the Réseau Français de Recherche sur la Douleur in Paris, France, and at the Challenge of Chronic Pain, Cambridge, UK.