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    2. Helping Scientists Control Their Research...Let's Start The Conversation
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      Flexible Design
      The same electronic components can be used for food or liquid monitoring, and for both rat and mouse hardware. Each species’ cage mount can be used for food or liquid hoppers, maximizing flexibility.

      Reduce Spillage
      BioDAQ food modules limit the amount of diet spillage. Spillage is captured on the integrated tray at the hopper base. We know that certain diets like those high in fat content crumble more than others. To address this issue the BioDAQ Extended Hopper captures 5x more than our original design. The BioDAQ liquid intake bottle is designed not to leak. The drinking bout data is the animal's fluid intake, not a combination of intake and dripping.

      Automated Gate
      The Automated Gate Controller is mounted to the sensor and interacts with the manual gate mechanism of the BioDAQ feeding or drinking module. Automated control limits the researchers’ need to visit the animal room, insuring accuracy, reducing stress, and increasing efficiency.

      Speak with our BioDAQ Staff

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      Juliet Gentile, Ph.D.

      Scientist- BioDAQ/ Diet
      Doug 6600

      Doug Compton

      BioDAQ Director and Scientist