April 20-23, 2023 | Long Beach, USA
High throughput screening for phenotyping allows for efficient and cost–effective assessment of large cohorts.
This can be achieved using implantable or non-invasive solutions, depending on the experimental needs.
Kimberly Londer BS works at the BioMET Center, in the University of Maryland. She is using ecgTUNNEL to phenotype young mice for various heart conditions.
While primary screening can be performed using non-invasive methods, easyTEL+ implants are used to assess subtle cardiac phenotypes, during long-term recordings on unrestrained subjects.
As an example, easyTEL+ was recently used, to study a gene therapy in Pigs after myocardial infarction.
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