Use of EMKA’ easySYNC and Noldus’ USB-IO box allow for synchronized behavioral and physiological recordings, enabling a new opportunity for researchers whose applications span both fields of study.
For example, you can now collect physiological endpoints (i.e. ECG/EEG/EMG, blood pressure, temperature, activity) from a subject while they are in a Morris Water Maze or on a treadmill.
This development allows researchers to synchronize behavioral changes with physiological changes regardless of the challenge they undergo.
Various easyTEL+ implants models are offered to accomodate different subject sizes and study endpoints.
The rodentPACK and easyTEL+ telemetry systems utilize the same acquisition pathway (hardware and software), allowing for an easy transition between systems and/or implant models.
This is ideal for a core research lab with behavioral and/or physiological studies ongoing, as a wide range of telemeters are available to meet unique study requirements.
The easySYNC (EMKA) and USB-IO (Noldus) box can be added onto an existing set up and any time to accomodate evolving or separate research applications.
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