Rota-rod Test

The Rotarod test is designed to evaluate the balance and motor coordination of the mouse by forcing the subject to run on the horizontal rod. This equipment is essential in testing the motor activity, anti-fatigue drug and neural degeneration diseases. Moreover, rotarod can also be used to investigate the motor-related learning and memory via multiple training processes.
In TMC, mice can be tested on the Urgo Basile Rota-rod 47600 simultaneously. When the mouse falls off its cylinder section onto the plate below, the plate trips, thereby recording the animal’s endurance time in seconds. Rotarod can be operated in constant speed, ramp (accelerating) and the angular speed can be set from 5-80 RPM.

FDC 3500

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