Controllers, Levers & Transducers2024-06-19T21:14:17-04:00

Muscle Controllers, Levers & Transducers

150A: Integrated Muscle Test Controller

150A: Integrated Muscle Test Controller

A new family of integrated instruments combining a dual-mode lever, stimulator and data acquisition into one convenient bench-top solution.

300E Dual-Mode Lever System

300E: Dual-Mode Muscle Levers

Seamless and flexible control of muscle force and length, with the ability to measure one or both in a single and convenient lever system.

High-Speed Length Controllers

315D/322D: High-Speed Length Controllers

A High-Speed Length Controller providing physiologists the ability to control and measure length of single cells, fibers and whole muscle with ease.

400C: Force Transducers

Our 400C isometric force transducers enable contractile measurements from various muscle types and sizes with precision and reproducibility.

490A torque transducer

490A: Torque Transducers

Our 490A series of rotational load cells enable in-vivo contractile measurements made across the joints of a variety of animal models.

Content for the Muscle Physiologist

Women’s Health Month: Strides in Muscle Physiology

May 28th, 2024|Muscle Physiology, Publication Review|

In honour of Women's Health Month, May’s publication review covers recent advances in female-focused muscle physiology research. These investigations into gradual ovarian failure, the impact of non-sugar sweeteners during the reproductive stage, and the effects of partial glycogen synthase kinase 3 knockdown, collectively advance our understanding of how sex differences can impact muscle physiology.

Spring into Action: Proteins of the Myofilament

April 29th, 2024|Muscle Physiology, Publication Review|

In anticipation of the upcoming Myofilament Meeting, April’s publication review covers recent advances in the myofilament field. From the effects of inotropic agents on cardiac myofilament Ca2+ sensitivity, protein kinase D’s role in cardiac homeostasis, and the contribution of specific myosin-binding protein C domains in muscle contraction, the following studies usher in a promising trend of exciting breakthroughs.

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