BIO-GS3:

Grip strength test
An easy way to objectively quantify the muscular strength of rodents (mouse and rat), and to assess the effect of...

BIO-ACTIV-R:

Activmeter
An innovative activity meter: utilizing vibrational analysis to measure Activity and Locomotion of rodents (mouse...

BIO-CHP:

Cold Hot Plate Test
For testing animal's thermal sensitivity to pain resulting from exposure to heat or cold: the Cold Hot Plate is an...

BIO-DWB-DUAL:

Dynamic Weight Bearing 2.0
The advanced version of our Dynamic Weight Bearing Test allows for faster paw identification, based on a video...

BIO-EVF4:

Electronic Von Frey 4
A quick solution to determine the mechanical sensitivity threshold in rodents (mice and rats). This precise and...

BIO-EVF5:

Electronic Von Frey 5 with embedded camera
The latest evolution of Bioseb's Electronic Von Frey instrument for determining the mechanical sensitivity threshold...

BX-PLETHY:

Plethysmometer
Highly useful tool in the measurement of small volume changes

BIO-RP-M:

Rodent pincher - analgesia meter
A fast and accurate algometer based on an instrumented pincher as an alternative to the Randall-Selitto test: This...

BIO-JTET:

Jump Test
The "jump to escape" test is an entirely new set-up for the evaluation of the escaping behaviour of mice...

BIO-SMALGO:

SMALGO: SMall animal ALGOmeter
Dedicated to small animals, like mice and rats, Smalgo is a pressure-based analgesimeter designed for easy...

BIO-ACTIVW-M:

Spontaneous activity wheels
The BIOSEB Spontaneous Activity Wheel is an easy way to quantify rodent voluntary activity in their home cage...

BX-ROD:

Rotarod
Rotarod provides an easy way to test the motor activity in rodents (mouse or rat) - an ideal solution for studying...

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Publications on "Pain"

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