Techniques & Measurements

This page describes the technique and measurements employed by
the easyTEL system for mice to measure cardiovascular and neurological outcomes.

Implanted telemetry-mouse

Implanted telemetry

Physiological measurements are captured and amplified by a transmitter surgically implanted and wirelessly transmitted to a receiver, placed under the cage.

The easyMATRIX3 device, placed between the receiver and the computer, digitizes and encodes the signals that are sent to the acquisition computer running IOX2 software.


Electrocardiogram (ECG), electroencephalogram (EEG), electromyogram (EMG) or electrooculogram (EOG) signals can be retrieved using easyTEL system through implanted electrodes.

  • Single lead Biopotential: using a 2-wire electrode, to get 1-lead ECG, or 1 EEG, EOG or EMG. For ECG, Lead II placement is usually chosen (but not necessarily). 
  • Core Body Temperature
  • Activity, detected by the receiver, from the signal intensity variation

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