Detail Produk

Main functionalities

Advantages of our new Bioseb’s dynamic weight bearing system over static incapacitance systems
• Operator-independent
• Analyzes all four paws
• Time-saving
• Convenient for manipulating large numbers of rodents
• Unnecessary stress associated with restraint is eliminated

The new version of our Dynamic Weight Bearing Apparatus offers ground-breaking new functionalities:
• Experiment management: define experiment parameters, import a list of subjects and run the total experience. View and analyze subjects on an individual or group basis.
• Possibility to run longer experiments
• Record up to 30 measurements per second (better accuracy on animal positioning)
• Perform detailed analysis on immobility, mobility, or both conditions
• Improved scoring algorithm detecting 80% of the paws
• Special tool to validate video parameters
• Improved tools for scoring, undo/redo option, fusion , etc
• Coming soon: special model for guinea pigs
• Coming soon: new computation modules – support polygon & base of support

Applications for your research

Pain – Nociception/Analgesia
• Bone cancer models
• Neuropathic models
• Inflammation model
• Post surgery models
• Osteo-arthrisis models
• Arthrose models
• Pelvic pain models

• Peripheric ischemia
• Cerebrovascular accident models

• Spinal cord injuries recovery process

Other research applications
• Calcaneal tendon disease
• Crucial ligaments disease





Dynamic Weight Bearing 2.0





Camera Resolutionwe provide a 640x 480 usb based camera high resolution delivered with its lens, the camera is fixed on the cover – when the settings are correct no need to adjust between animals


The advanced version of our Dynamic Weight Bearing Test allows for faster paw identification, based on a video solution taking advantage of the most advanced algorithms of morphologic analysis in dynamic conditions. An efficient and advanced alternative to traditional incapacitance tests for assessing pain sensitivity in your research on analgesia/nociception involving rats and mice, including work on ostheoarthritis, bone cancer, analgesic substances, Parkinson disease, allodynia…