Welcome to Mouse Specifics

We provide innovative solutions for the physiological study of models of human diseases. Our instruments and services empower researchers to generate higher quality translatable data faster and at lower cost. Explore the resources here or contact our scientists today to learn how Mouse Specifics can transform your pre-clinical research.

DigiGait

DigiGait is now the most widely published ventral plane videography instrumentation available for gait analysis in laboratory animals. Voluntary and treadmill walking, DigiGait performs gait analysis of mice and rats over a range of walking and running speeds.

ECGenie

The ECGenie is a rapid non-invasive solution for recording electrocardiograms in conscious mice, rats, and guinea pigs. Applications include arrhythmia detection, health monitoring, and drug screening in fragile transgenic and knockout animals, including pups.

Heart of the Matter

The ECGenie non-invasively records the ECG in conscious mice from day 1 of life. All ECG intervals, and heart rate variability in the time and frequency domain are reported. In vitro?

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Walk This Way

Are your animals moving strangely? The DigiGait Imaging System provides complete postural and kinematic gait analysis for your lab animals, over a range of speeds and inclines  providing the best opportunity to identify gait disturbances.

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Happy Patients

Lab animals are like people in that they assume the health care system is going to do everything possible to ensure their well-being. How is their blood pressure? Are they getting a balanced diet? Are the neonates gaining weight? Let’s keep track and make data driven decisions!

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DigiGait How-it-Works So Well

 

Fast and Easy ECG in Awake Laboratory Animals

 

Latest Blog Posts

One Small Step for Mouse….

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DO Hold your Breath? Hypoxia Induces Heart Regeneration

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ECGenie on Inauguration Day: Crowd Size, and Alternative Facts

Researchers across America, and across the world, have historically been very interested in recording the ECG of awake laboratory animals, to query how genes, diseases, and drugs might affect or improve human hearts and health. There is growing awareness that the ECG of a conscious laboratory mou[...]