We wrote the book on Respirometry and are passionate about sharing our expertise with you.
Courses and Conferences Calendar
We are proud to sponsor the 10th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry. Please come by and visit us at our booth.
Join us for our 42nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the European Lipoprotein Club in Tutzing, Germany.
Come join us for the Nature Helmholtz- Diabetes conference in Munich, Germany.
Come by and see us at booth #586. We will be featuring our Promethion Core and GRID (individual food and water intake for group housed rodents) systems.
Come visit with us at Booth # 1824. We will be featuring our Promethion Core and GRID systems.
This respirometry course – held in Las Vegas, NV – teaches participants how to use indirect calorimetry in metabolic screening. We will apply techniques for measuring real-time O2 consumption, CO2 production and water vapor loss for laboratory rodents. Measurement systems also include food & water intake, body mass monitoring, wheel running and voluntary activity. Data analysis is a significant focus.
Hands On: The course leads participants through all steps of setting up apparatus, configuring data acquisition, acquiring data, and analyzing data with the Promethion metabolic screening system.
Cost: $2,890 per participant. Included in this fee are all laboratory costs and course materials.
Course Materials: All coursework materials are provided including copies of all presentations.
Sable Systems is the leader in precision metabolic and behavioral measurement systems. Promethion Core® rodent systems provide automated, non-invasive 24/7 real-time monitoring of food and water intake. Promethion® human room calorimetry systems are fully integrated with failsafe room design. Please join us at booth #327.
Visit us at booth #205!
Visit with us at our booth at the Keystone Symposia on Diabetes: Glucose Control and Beyond joint with Islet Biology: From Gene to Cell to Micro-Organ.
Visit with us at the Keystone Symposia on Obesity and NAFLD: Mechanisms and Therapeutics.