User-friendly technology tools to simplify the work of biomedical researchers
The Modular Optical Imaging System (OiS200) can perform Intrinsic Optical Imaging, Fluorescence Imaging and Speckle Imaging.
The Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET) Acquisition System is an ideal low cost solution for in vivo studies of brain activity in behaving or anesthetized rodents.
A generic imaging system containing a 200 MHz 14-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and 8 multiplexed inputs. Any custom ultrasound transducer array can be used.
The in vivo Bioluminescence, Epi-Fluorescence and Trans-Fluorescence imaging system (OiS300) is highly sensitive, customizable and can perform 3D visualisation.
This instrument performs single photon counting on 2 independent channels, each including a constant fraction discriminator and a time to digital converter. Easy setup and increased price-performance ratio with a user-friendly software.
The Serial Blockface Histology Platform enables serialized three-dimensional histology of ex vivo tissues, such as rodent brains or small animal arteries. It is compatible with optical coherence tomography (OCT & PS-OCT), confocal fluorescence microscopy and many more.
One instrument integrating multiple physiology monitoring functions in a small platform: increase the precision of monitoring during experiments at a lower cost, size and without the hassle of multiple wires. Save cost, installation time and space with our fully integrated platform.
The SpO2 and Heart Rate Monitoring System is an instrument measuring the oxygen saturation (SpO2) and heart rate. The objective behind this instrument is to make surgery and other manipulations on small animals under anesthesia a lot easier.
This ergonomic head restrainer will keep the animal comfortable and offers exceptional stability. Simple thumbscrews allow you to release or secure the animal within seconds with our custom titanium bars (sold separately).
This calibrated water dispenser can deliver a precise volume of water to a fastened and awake mouse. It features an input trigger control for timing and volume control. A lick detector output allows measuring the number of licks done by the mouse and estimate the mouse’s water intake.
The behavioral lever, with force perturbation, measures the lever position and can apply a programmable force that will move the lever out of the reward zone.
Voluntary head-fix system that produce hundreds of hours of brain imaging data per month without user interaction. This type of device reduce handling Bias
The Behavioral Task Device (BTD) is a fully integrated system that allows visual and audio stimuli to be presented to a head fixed animal.
Researchers can save time and resources by ordering the machined, pre-assembled and tested Low Friction Rodent Driven Belt Treadmill from Janelia group. Optionally, the treadmill can be mounted on Labeotech’s Mouse Head Fixation System. The treadmill can be motorized with a motor in order to facilitate training.