What our customers say about us


Chris Banks, CiToxLAB Hungary Ltd.
"…We have been using the TSE systems for inhalation exposures for 7 years and over the past 5 years we have performed more than 200 GLP inhalation studies….The systems have proved reliable, robust and popular with the technical staff….We will continue to use TSE systems in the future…"



Dr. Christopher Pryce, Psychiatric University Hospital Zurich
"…VideoMot2, Multi Conditioning system, Operant conditioning system and IntelliCage – I am very pleased to provide a positive reference for each piece of apparatus and of the user support provided by TSE…"



Dr. Vootele Voikar, University of Helsinki
"…our laboratory has 6 IntelliCages along with add-ons (2 social boxes). I have more than 5 years of experience with this system and can provide only positive feedback regarding IntelliCage. Both hardware and software are reliable, in addition support by TSE is excellent. The system offers a great flexibility in design of various experiments…"



Prof. David P. Wolfer, University Zurich
"…our laboratory is one of the leading European groups for behavioral phenotyping of mice. During the past 8 years, we have purchased […] 12 IntelliCages that ran to our full satisfaction. In fact, we have shifted most of the conventional behavioral mouse testing to these automated systems. We have always received full support […] and can recommend the IntelliCage systems to anyone working with mice."



Tanel Visnapuu, PhD., University of Tartu
"…Some time ago we purchased the MCS system from your company. It is working very well and we are pleased…"


Silvia Mandillo, CNR – Institute of Cell Biology and Neurobiology, Italy
"...The new automated wheel-running apparatus reported provides a powerful and discriminative tool for the reliable and reproducible assessment of motor function, as evidenced by its cross-validation across different institutes. The authors demonstrate that the testing apparatus can be used to track the onset and progression of motor function deficits in diverse mouse neurological disease models. Encouragingly, the system can detect early-stage motor deficits that cannot be detected using the rotarod test."