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TSE Systems - Your global trusted partner

Welcome to TSE Systems

For over 136 years, TSE Systems has been at the forefront of preclinical research innovation. We understand the evolving needs of researchers and are dedicated to developing sophisticated equipment for animal studies in Metabolism, Behavior, Physiology & Inhalation. Our commitment goes beyond technology.

Acknowledging the challenges of in-vivo animal research we champion the 3Rs (Replacement, Reduction, Refinement) and design high-throughput solutions to maximize data output while minimizing resource strain and data variability. This, paired with intuitive software analysis, allows us to streamline your workflow and save your valuable time.

Discover Our Key Products


Metabolic cage system for mouse, rat or larger animals. Suitable for calorimetry, behavioral and physiological studies.

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Stellar Telemetry

Multichannel implantable telemetry for In-vivo monitoring of physiological parameters.

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Fully automated system for group-housed rodent behavioral and cognitive phenotyping allowing to preserve social environment.

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Rodent kinematic gait analysis system, allowing assessment of fine locomotor patterns in both rats and mice, during 5 different motion modalities.

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Inhalation System

Head-nose and Whole-body systems for dust, liquid aerosol, vapor, cigarette smoke, and nanoparticle generation in toxicology and safety studies.

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Multi Conditioning System

First multi-purpose turnkey platform for up to 10 rodent behavioral tests, from Fear Conditioning to Open Field in a fully controlled environment.

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Expert Guidance Every Step of the Way

Discuss your goals with our research-focused sales scientists. We’ll then connect you with product managers and engineers to guide you toward a configuration and protocols, that can fulfill your scientific needs.

Need a custom solution? No problem. We’ll work with you to craft the perfect fit for your unique preclinical research needs.

Your Research Journey Starts Here.

“I have been using products from TSE to measure metabolic phenotypes in mice since 2006 when I was a trainee. I love TSE products because they provide reliable measurements and more importantly TSE kept improving and innovating their products to help us push the edge of science.”

Yong Xu
Professor | Baylor College of Medicine

Trusted by Scientists Worldwide

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Young Blood May Hold the Key to Reversing Aging

The relentless march of time brings with it a gradual decline in cellular function. This process, known as aging, disrupts the delicate balance within our…

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Exploring Cognitive Aging: Insights from different Studies in Rodent Models Using the IntelliCage System

Life expectancy has increased greatly over the last decades, but it has been associated with a progressive rise in the incidence of age-related diseases, including…

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Go beyond and make your research much more data-rich and clinically relevant

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scientists used a custom-built Inhalation system for mice from TSE Systems to investigate the combined exposure of mice to aircraft noise and airborne particulate matter (APM)

New study reveals tremendous impact of air pollution and traffic noise on health in mice.

Air pollution is a global environmental crisis that has been linked to an estimated 9 million premature deaths per year, according to The Lancet Commission…

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Preclinical Research Trends in 2023

In the coming years, several exciting trends promise to revolutionize how we conduct preclinical animal research. Here are the most significant trends that we can…

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Researchers record brain waves of free-swimming octopuses for the first time using the Neurologger

Octopuses are considered one of the most intelligent invertebrates. With over 300 million neurons, octopuses have the most complex invertebrate brain. Their brain is composed…

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