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Far more than 1,000 peer-reviewed scientific papers with contributions by TSE Systems instrumentation have been published. Find articels using specific systems easily with our search tool.

Liu YF, Chen H, Wu CL, Kuo YM, Yu L, Huang AM, Wu FS, Chuang JI, Jen CJ
Differential effects of treadmill running and wheel running on spatial or aversive learning and memory: roles of amygdalar brain-derived neurotrophic factor and synaptotagmin I
J Physiol 2009; 587:3221-31
Running Wheel
Schmidt S, Gawlik V, Hölter SM, Augustin R, Scheepers A, Behrens M, Wurst W, Gailus-Durner V, Fuchs H, Hrabe de Angelis M, Kluge R, Joost HG, Schürmann A
Deletion of glucose transporter GLUT8 in mice increases locomotor activity
Behav Genet 2008; 38:396-406
InfraMot, Running Wheel
Schmidt S, Richter M, Montag D, Sartorius T, Gawlik V, Hennige AM, Scherneck S, Himmelbauer H, Lutz SZ, Augustin R, Kluge R, Ruth P, Joost HG, Schürmann A
Neuronal functions, feeding behavior, and energy balance in Slc2a3+/- mice
Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab 2008; 295(5):E1084-94
VideoMot, Startle Response, RotaRod, Grip Strength Meter, Active Avoidance, Drinking / Feeding, InfraMot, Running Wheel
Weber M, Talmon S, Schulze I, Boeddinghaus C, Gross G, Schoemaker H, Wicke KM
Running wheel activity is sensitive to acute treatment with selective inhibitors for either serotonin of norepinephrine reuptake
Psychopharmacology 2008; 203(4):753-62
Running Wheel, ActiMot
Jurgens HS, Schurmann A, Kluge R, Ortmann S, Klaus S, Joost HG, Tschop MH
Hyperphagia, lower body temperature, and reduced running wheel activity precede development of morbid obesity in New Zealand obese mice
Physiol Genomics 2006; 25:234-241
Drinking / Feeding, Running Wheel