The NeuLive wireless system allows researchers to perform electrophysiological measurements and deliver precise electrical stimulations to the brain, heart, and muscles of commonly used preclinical research models, including mice, rats, pigs, and non-human primates.
NeuLive serves as a revolutionary tool in the realm of Parkinson's Disease (PD) research. Its lightweight design ensures minimal discomfort for commonly used PD models including rats and mice. By integrating both wireless neural signal recording and stimulation, researchers can dynamically study PD's neurophysiological changes and test potential interventional strategies simultaneously. Real-time monitoring brings about unparalleled insights into PD progression and therapeutic responses.