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Get the data you need with preclinical physiologic monitoring systems and services designed to free you up to focus on your research.

 

     

June is Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month

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Harvard Bioscience is proud to partner with neuroscientists around the world, providing solutions that drive cutting edge research and discoveries

This recent scientific article, published by Inside Scientific, highlights recent research, techniques, and therapeutic advancements in Alzheimer's disease. 

Visit our DSI Neuroscience Application page for more information on several neuroscience applications, download one of our free scientific whitepapers, or learn more about how our products play a role in neuroscience research.

     



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Wireless Physiologic Monitoring in Laboratory Animals


 
 
 
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Implantable Telemetry

Stress-free, reliable physiologic data collection
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External Telemetry

Convenient non-invasive physiologic data collection
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Buxco Preclinical Respiratory and Inhalation Solutions

 
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Respiratory Solutions

Basic to elaborate pulmonary systems, all from a single software platform
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Inhalation/Exposure Systems

Ensuring exposure of compounds to the lungs of rodents is consistent
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Studying COVID-19?
Whether you need to create an animal model of coronavirus, are studying disease progression, or are testing new treatments, DSI has solutions to get you the high-quality data required to make meaningful conclusions.

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