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New implants to improve data collection, animal welfare
July 2018
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ST. PAUL, Minn. & HOLLISTON, Mass.—The second quarter of 2018 saw Data Sciences International, a subsidiary of Harvard Bioscience Inc., announce the launch of two telemetry implants: the PhysioTel Digital L03 and L04. The implants record data from conscious, unrestrained lab animals and can record any combination of up to four biopotential channels (such as EEG, EMG or ECG), temperature and activity in large animal models.
 
Jeffrey Duchemin, president and CEO of Harvard Bioscience, said, “DSI is committed to providing solutions for researchers that can improve the collection of high-quality physiologic signals from unrestrained, conscious experimental animals in a low-stress environment. DSI’s PhysioTel Digital platform has been adopted by researchers involved with cardiovascular studies, and we anticipate its latest products will be an essential tool for scientists who aim to solve complex neurological diseases.”

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