How can we apply implantable telemetry in preclinical research? This question was addressed by TSE Systems’ expert Bob Brockway in his talk given at the 18th Congress of the Polish Physiological Society in September this year.
According to his presentation, there are several reasons for using implantable telemetry in mice, rats, and non-human primates (NHP) for preclinical research:
- Monitor freely moving animals under minimally stressed conditions.
- Automated collection of long-term continuous data.
- Improve statistical significance and reduce animal use.
TSE Systems offers the perfect implantable telemetry solutions for preclinical research – Stellar Telemetry. According to Brockway, Stellar Telemetry implants can be easily integrated with other systems and have a long-range transmission of data. Additionally, these implants are cost effective, and require less hardware than similar technologies on the market. Most importantly, it can group house several animals and is fully compliant with animal welfare regulations (3R’s).
To see examples and understand the types of data that can be collected with the Stellar Telemetry devices, watch the entire video below.