Automated Home Cage Phenotyping
Characterization of experimental animals under controlled conditions in the home cage
Elimination of human bias
Standardization of the environment
Broad spectrum of available parameters
High quality and reproducibility of data
High throughput phenotyping by running large number of cages in parallel
Three disciplines combined in the home cage: metabolic, behavioral and physiological data are captured in high resolution and complete synchrony.
The system is made to be flexibly adjusted to your specific research field and will be customized to your specific research needs, while still allowing you the flexibility to add additional modules if your research focus changes. To choose the most efficient setup, please contact our experts to discuss your specific needs.
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