Train-induced vibration and its effect on mice

This article in JAALAS hits the nail on head on why animal holding facilities need to monitor and identify extrinsic environmental factors in labs that are outside of human perception, specifically vibration and sound, both audible and ultrasonic. SenSV is the perfect fit for this type of monitoring and reporting. In addition to identifying these problems, the Metropolitan Acoustics team has the ability to design recommendations to remediate them.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26632783/#:~:text=Analysis%20of%20the%20fecal%20samples,on%20reproduction%20and%20experimental%20outcomes.

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