In searching for biological origins of obesity, Louisiana lab goes back to the beginning of life

Is metabolism set from birth? One lab is studying newborns to find out. The Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Louisiana — the only lab in the world equipped to measure metabolism in infants — hopes to reveal the origins of obesity. The infant metabolic chamber was designed by Russell Rising (Metabolic consultant, D & S Consulting Services Inc. Manhattan, NY) and uses Sable’s Promethion Room Calorimetry system.

2022-06-23T12:29:55-07:00Published on June 23rd, 2022|What's New|

Sable Announces the Release of New Metabolic Treadmill for Mice

Sable Systems is pleased to announce the release of its new Metabolic Treadmill for mice. The treadmill coupled to Sable’s Promethion Core or Classic Line metabolic measurement systems delivers a complete solution for exercise testing. As with our metabolic phenotyping cages, the metabolic treadmill sets the standard for performance.

2022-02-17T11:45:29-08:00Published on February 16th, 2022|What's New|

Inside Scientific Webinar – Ecophysiological Impacts of Climate Change: Performance, Fitness and Extinction

Please join Sable Systems and our partner, Inside Scientific, for the next presentation in the Animal Behavior webinar series “Ecophysiological Impacts of Climate Change: Performance, Fitness and Extinction”.  The webinar will take place Tuesday June 15th at 2:00PM ET. The registration link is below.

2021-05-15T09:25:44-07:00Published on May 15th, 2021|Events, What's New|

Inside Scientific Webinar – Comfort Food: Effects of Stress and High-Fat Diets on Neuronal Activity and Mitochondrial Remodeling in Mice

Please join Sable Systems and our partner, Inside Scientific, for the next presentation in the Animal Behavior webinar series “Comfort Food: Effects of Stress and High-Fat Diets on Neuronal Activity and Mitochondrial Remodeling in Mice”.  The webinar will take place Tuesday March 9 at 1:00 p.m. EDT. The registration link is below.

2021-02-17T09:28:17-08:00Published on February 5th, 2021|Events, What's New|
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