Active Place Avoidance$13,990.00 – $14,990.00
Specifications Mouse APA Rat APA 1 Grid floor, stainless steel base: Length x Width: approx. 80 cm x 80cm 1 Grid floor, stainless steel base: Length […]
Automated Aerosol Delivery System$8,890.00
Features The AeroDelivertm System consists of a collision nebulizer that consistently emits aerosols having specific size distribution profiles, two air flowmeters with valves for monitoring and […]
Automated Sleep-deprivation System$5,990.00 – $10,990.00
The AutoSomTM system is an automated sleep-deprivation system specially designed to conduct sleep-related research in rodents. The system enables non-invasive, fully automated, and highly-regulated monitoring of rodent’s sleep/wake activity.
The device consists of a floor-sensor board that detects the vibrations when the mouse moves in its home-cage. A motor is fixed under the floor-sensor board that turns the rotating bar to keep the animal awake.
The system operates four units interfacing one computer via USB cable. The screenshots of the system using a vibration signal that is used to assess active or inactive (‘sleep’), and an infrared array is utilized for the detection of location and locomotion of the animal.
Barnes Maze$2,290.00 – $2,490.00
Removable Top. Black Nesting Chamber w clear nest holder included Matted finish Barnes Maze (BM) is a behavioral task often used in neuroscience for the study […]
Brain Matrix: Saggittal Section
Features Conduct Science Sagittal Brain Matrices are used to section the brain into sagittal slices. Crafted from stainless steel, they aid in the dissection of specific […]
Cincinnati Water Maze
Cincinnati Water Maze (CWM) is a labyrinthine maze used to study egocentric navigation, learning, and memory. CWM is a modified version of BWM made up of […]
Complete Turnkey Rodent Monitoring System
A turnkey complete system for monitoring sleep-wake cycles in rodents is a specialized system that is designed to automatically track and record the sleep-wake patterns of rodents, such as mice or rats. These systems typically consist of a combination of hardware, software, and sensors that are used to monitor the activity levels, body movements, and other behaviors of rodents.
These Custom Cage Systems are ready to start monitoring; including, custom cages, sensors, cables, and software. The system can be configured with as few as (1) cage per rodent, or up to (80) cages.
Conduct Science offers Custom Cages with Turnkey System.$18,100.00 – $33,700.00
Conditioned Place Preference$1,390.00 – $2,290.00
Specifications Mouse Rat Acrylic Acrylic Easy clean with 70% Ethanol Easy clean with 70% Ethanol No odors No odors Total(cm): Width 46 x Depth 27 x […]
ConductScience Syringe Pump$1,390.00
A syringe pump is a device that is used to deliver precise amounts of fluids, including medications and solutions, over a specific period of time. It consists of a syringe, a motor, and a control system that allows the user to set the rate at which the fluid is delivered. The syringe pump is commonly used in hospitals and other healthcare settings to administer medications, fluids, and nutrients to patients, as well as in research laboratories for a variety of purposes. It is an important tool for accurately and safely delivering medications and fluids, and can be used in a variety of settings, including intensive care units, operating rooms, and ambulatory care settings.
ConductScience offers the Syringe Pump
Cortical Contusion Impactor$1,000.00
The Stereotaxic Head Trauma Contusion Device or Cortical Contusion Impactor (for rat and mice) enables researchers to induce traumatic brain injury (TBI) in animal models with great precision and control.
This device allows for reproducible and focal brain injury, making it an essential tool for neuroscience research. The device is fully adjustable and can be customized to the researcher’s specific requirements, ensuring that the impact is delivered to the exact location in the brain that is of interest.
One of the key features of this device is its highly sensitive pressure transducer, which ensures that the force of impact is precisely controlled. This level of precision is critical for researchers who need to induce consistent and reproducible injuries in animal models.
The Stereotaxic Head Trauma Contusion Device can be used in both rat and mouse models, making it a versatile tool for a wide range of research applications. It can be adapted to the Stereotaxic frame to perform the experiment.
ConductScience offers the Cortical Contusion Impactor and more Stereotaxic solutions.
Double Y Angulated Maze$1,800.00 – $1,900.00
Information The Double Y Angulated Maze consists of two Y mazes joined at the end of each tail. It was used in a study to test […]