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GSM Grip-Strength Meter (mice and rats)

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47200
The Ugo Basile Grip-Strength Meter automatically measures grip-strength (i.e. peak force and time resistance) of forelimbs and - via the optional grid - hindlimbs in rats and mice.
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The Ugo Basile Grip-Strength Meter automatically measures grip-strength (i.e. peak force and time resistance) of forelimbs and - via the optional grid - hindlimbs in rats and mice. The effects of drugs, toxins, muscle relaxants, disease, ageing or neural damage on muscle strength may be assessed.


The Grip Strength test is a perfect complement to the gold standard Ugo Basile Rota-Rod device for motor coordination and motor function experiments. The effects of drugs, toxins, muscle relaxants, disease, ageing or neural damage on muscle strength may be assessed.


Our device is sold with full optional, including all available grasping tools and grasping grids, and the software.


The animal is placed over a base plate, in front of a grasping bar (either T-shaped or trapeze-shaped, or the optinoal grid), whose height is adjustable. The grasping tool is fitted to a force sensor connected to the Peak Amplifier, which guarantees a reliable and automated detection of the animal response. The force transducer has a maximum applicable force of 1500g, with a resolution 0.1g.


The device can be used as a standalone or connected to a PC via the USB port, for monitoring and data recording: in fact, our GSM comes standard with both a control unit with internal memory where a number of data can be saved, and the new DCA software for signal monitoring, data transfer and analysis. Once saved, data can be browsed on the control unit and/or trasferred to a PC in proprietary , plus Excel (.xlps) or text (.txt) format, to be managed by most statistical analysis packages available on the market.


The Ratemeter (controller) and Slope (software) features, help the researcher to verify that the desired force is applied at a consistent rate.


The transducer incorporates a proprietary memory chip to store all calibration parameters, so that no calibration is required for normal use; moreover, the controller will prompt to auto-zeroing routine at every measurement to automatically adjust any offset.


In alternative to the standard plastic grasping grids, a metal grid 13x11cm is also available as optional, Cat. No. 47200-327. 

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  • Force-Rate monitoring tools (software and LCD display)
  • Automatic Peak Detector 
  • Bar and trapezeincluded (grid is optional) 
  • Auto-Zeroing routine at every measurement 
  • Pulling force applied at consistent rate
  • Peak pull-force automatically stored
  • Same instrument measures rat and mouse 
  • No calibration required for normal use 
  • R. Barone et alia: “Skeletal muscle Heat shock protein 60 increases after endurance training and induces peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma coactivator 1 α1 expression” Scientific Reports 6(19781), 2016 (Mouse) 
  •  L. Liu et alia: “Protective role of SIRT5 against motor deficit and dopaminergic degeneration in MPTP-induced mice model of Parkinson's disease” Behav. Brain Res. 281; 215-221, 2015 (Mouse) 
  • G.J. Huang et alia: “Ectopic Cerebellar Cell Migration Causes Maldevelopment of Purkinje Cells and Abnormal Motor Behaviour in Cxcr4 Null Mice”. PLoS ONE 9 (2): e86471, 2014 (Mouse)
  • R. Barone et alia: “Endurance Exercise and Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) Supplementation Up-Regulate CYP17A1 and Stimulate Testostero-ne Biosynthesis” PLoS ONE 8 (11): e79686, 2013 (Mouse)
  • N. Lange et alia: “Behavioural and Pharmacological Examinations in a Transgenic Mouse Model of 2 early-onset torsion dystonia” Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 97 (4): 647–655, 2011 (Mouse)
  • T.J. Kornecook et alia: “Isoform-Specific Effects of Apolipoprotein E on Cognitive Performance in Targeted-Replacement Mice Overexpressing Human APP” Genes, Brain and Behavior 9: 182-192, 2010 (Mouse
  • D. Carbajal et alia: “D-004, a Lipid Extract From Royal Palm Fruit, Exhibits Antidepressant Effects in the Forced Swim Test and the Tail Suspension Test in Mice” Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 92: 465-468, 2009 (Mouse)
  • D. Carbajal et alia: “D-004, a Lipid Extract From Royal Palm Fruit, Exhibits Antidepressant Effects in the Forced Swim Test and the Tail Suspension Test in Mice” Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 92: 465-468, 2009 (Mouse)
  • D. Lafont et alia: “A Novel Role for Receptor Like Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase Zeta in Modulation of Sensorimotor Responses to Noxious Stimuli: Evidences from Knockout Mice Studies” Behav. Brain Res. 201: 29-40, 2009 (Mouse)
  • V. Massicotte et alia: “Prolonged Performance of a High Repetition Low Force Task Induces Bone Adaptation IN Young Adult Rats, but Loss in Mature Rats” Exper. Gerontology 72 : 204-217, 2015 (Rat)
  • M. Savic et alia: “Behavioural Characterization of Four Endemic Stachys Taxa” Phytother. Res., 2010 (Rat) 
  • A. Coluccia et alia: “Developmental Omega-3 Supplementation Improves Motor Skills in Juvenile-Adult Rats” Int. J. Devl Neuroscience 27: 599-605, 2009 (Rat)
  • A. Coluccia et alia: “Late Embryonic Exposure to All-Trans Retinoic Acid Induces a Pattern of Motor” NeuroToxicology 30: 1120–1126, 2009 (Rat)
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