Capture and analyze a wide range of rodent behaviors
The Promethion Behavioral Phenotyping System analyzes rodent behaviors in real time with second-by-second data acquisition from all sensors. The system is configurable with devices for ingestive behavior studies and activity including cage movement and wheel running. Programmable food and water access control units provide the capability for paired or yoked, time and duration, food or drink choice, or behavior-based reward studies.
Analysis of the high-resolution data can discern seemingly subtle behaviors relevant to your investigations that would otherwise be missed by less precise systems.
The entire system is compact and self-contained to save valuable lab space, allowing up to 16 cages in an environmental cabinet or rack. This provides 33% more housed cages than competitive systems, maximizing your experimental power. Your workflow is efficient with swappable components and magnetic mounts for quick exchange of hoppers and measurement devices.
The new Promethion Live software enables you to control all aspects of your study. The simplified interface maximizes experiment success with intuitive system and experiment setup. Status indicators for vital components verify system performance. Constant monitoring of all parameters means you will always know the well-being of each animal. Routine study configurations can be easily saved and reused.
With Promethion Live, you can explore comparative trends during an experiment looking at every facet measured, such as activity, food consumption and water consumption (see chart below). The software even provides real-time mean +/- SD or median of grouped data for statistical comparison and experiment evaluation. You’re empowered with the experiment and animal information needed to make key decisions at any time, from any place.
Real-time food, water, and activity for every animal in the study
Caloric Restriction Studies
Food or Drink Choice Studies
High Fat Diet Studies
Thermoneutrality, Brown Adipose Tissue Studies
Activity and Exercise Studies
Home Cage Environment
Food and Water Access Control Units
Mass Measurement of Food and Water
Body Mass Measurement of the Rodent
Body Mass Measurement of Rodent Models of Obesity
Dual Access Control Lid
XYZ Beam Break Array (measures activity)
ADX Activity Detection Monitor
Environmental Control Cabinet
Environmental Sensor Array
Running Wheel with Wheel Stop
Specialized Food Grills
For a custom configuration, contact us and our specialists will help you configure the right system for your specific research needs.