- BIOSEB NEWS -
OCTOBER 2015

Publishing your work
&
SfN Meeting 2015

IN THIS ISSUE:

- Tips & Tricks  -

1. Operator-independence
2. State-of-the-art tec
3. The shoulders of giants
4. SfN meeting 2015

- SfN Meeting 2015 -

Meet Bioseb
in Chiago
on booth 2055
 
- CONTACT -

For any question or additional information,
please contact us :
info@bioseb.com
SPECIAL ISSUE - HOW TO GET YOUR WORK PUBLISHED / SFN 2015 CHICAGO
While you prepare for SFN in Chicago, let's step back and think about one essential topic for all of us:

REALLY, HOW DO I GET MY WORK PUBLISHED?
TIPS & TRICKS TO MAKE IT

You can get advice from academic journals editors, but let Bioseb express an unexpected point of view: while you need to say something new, most of all you have to demonstrate your expertise.

1. USE AN OPERATOR-INDEPENDENT ASSAY FOR OBJECTIVE DATA COLLECTION

Don't rely on whoever counted, recorded, watched... and maybe unknowingly inserted a bias. Thermal Preference Test, Forced Swimming Test, Tail Suspension Test, Novel Object Recognition and many other instruments from Bioseb provide direct, reliable & consistent results independently of the operator.

2. USE STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGY

Bioseb's Kinetic Weight Bearing
High impact journals' articles involve the market's latest technology.
Our Open Field 3D uses 3D technology to measure rearing behavior, our Kinetic Weight Bearing test uses mat sensors to measure forces applied on each paw during gait, or the Incapacitance Test draws curves and calculates peak forces: you will beat competing labs by obtaining exclusive data thanks to innovative technology.
Bioseb's KWB with instrumented corridor

3. STAND ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS

Use technology already validated and published in higher-impact academic journals:
1. Neuron (IF: 15) mentioned our Dynamic Weight Bearing (DWB):
Reduction of Neuropathic and Inflammatory Pain through Inhibition of the Tetrahydrobiopterin Pathway
2. PAIN (IF: 5) mentioned our Electronic Von Frey apparatus:
Early increasing-intensity treadmill exercise reduces neuropathic pain [...]
3. The Journal of Neuroscience (IF: 6.5) mentioned our Grip Test:
MuSK Frizzled-Like Domain Is Critical for Mammalian Neuromuscular Junction Formation and Maintenance
4. The Veterinary Journal (IF: 2) mentioned our Vetalgo, analgesimeter for big animals:
Comparison of a new metamizole formulation and carprofen for extended post-operative analgesia [...]

4. FINALLY: MEET US IN CHICAGO AND DISCOVER HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
Visit our booth 2055 at SFN 2015 in Chicago, ask for a demo on any of these products, and discover how we can help you getting innovative results. You will of course always lead your investigation, but instrumentation is Bioseb's expertise. We are committed to give you accurate, consistent and validated data, only in IS units.

Looking forward to meeting you in Chicago!