Animal physiology monitoring system at UCSF

Definition
An instrument that is used to monitor mechanical, physical, or biochemical functions in an organism.
Synonyms
Animal physiology monitor
Categories
→ Animal physiology monitoring system
Subcategories
Animal activity monitoring system
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China Basin

7T MRI at China Basin

Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, China Basin
Contact: Sergey Magnitsky 415-514-8233 sergey.magnitsky@ucsf.edu

  • SA Instruments Small Animal Monitoring + Gating System
Mission Bay

Sandler Center Mouse Lung Physiology and Morphology Core

Mission Bay
Contact: Xiaozhu Huang 415-514-4272 Xiaozhu.Huang@ucsf.edu

  • FlexiVent Respiratory Mechanics analyzer
Parnassus

DERC Mouse Metabolism Core

Diabetes Center, Parnassus
Contact: Chris Paillart 415-514-1187 christophe.paillart@ucsf.edu

  • Oxymax Lab Animal Monitoring System (CLAMS)
Parnassus

Neurobehavioral Core for Rehabilitation Research (NCRR)

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Research, Parnassus
Contact: Sandra Canchola 415-476-5045 CancholaS@ptrehab.ucsf.edu

  • Forced Exercise/Walking Wheel System (Lafayette) - this test can be used for phusiologic studies as well as activity based restorative therapies.
  • Hot/Cold Plate Test (Noldus) - a test of nocioceptive response in animals.
  • Rotarod (2) (Ugo Basile) - this test is used to screen for motor deficits which may influence performance in the behavioral tests and be a potential predictor of future physiological or behavioral motor impairments.