Telemetry 101: Exploring the New ADInstruments Small Animal Telemetry Systems
- 30 Jul 21
In this webinar, Phil Griffiths (PhD), Training and Technical Support Specialist from ADInstruments provides an overview of ADInstruments small animal telemetry systems and their applications in cardiovascular and neuroscience studies.
Key topics include:
- What are the benefits of telemetry over other techniques for recording physiological parameters in vivo?
- What are the advantages of wireless power technology in telemetry studies?
- How does incorporating Millar Mikro-Tip® pressure sensors enhance telemetry studies?
- How could ADInstruments telemetry fit into my physiology or neuroscience experiments?
In recent years significant technological advances have been made to improve the quality and fidelity of data collected via telemetry. This webinar explores the benefits of using telemetry and discusses the specific advantages of ADInstruments’ new small animal telemetry systems, including wireless power technology for continuous, long-term recording and the integration of Millar Mikro-Tip® pressure sensors for increased accuracy and fidelity. Finally, Phil highlights a number of common applications of the telemetry systems and showcases some exciting publications from existing users. These applications range from cardiovascular physiology and intracranial pressure measurements to epilepsy and stroke models.
- Configurator System (1 per laboratory)
- Instrument Interface plus PowerLab C OR PowerLab 8/35
- LabChart or LabChart Lightning software
- Rat Systems
- Mouse Systems
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About the speaker:
Phil Griffiths, PhD
Training and Technical Support Specialist
Phil spent several years at the University of Bristol as a postdoctoral researcher. Over the course of his academic career, he gained extensive expertise in rodent in vivo procedures, including electrophysiology and blood pressure telemetry using the Kaha Sciences telemetry system. He has presented at several international conferences and published his research on the role of the neuropeptide apelin in the central control of blood pressure. Phil left academia in 2019 to join Kaha Sciences and continues to support telemetry researchers at ADInstruments.
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