The Anesthesia Induction Chamber is used to confining the rodent in a closed space during anesthesia procedures. The chamber comes with a top sliding lid for convenient entry and removal of subjects, and two separate inlet and outlet openings for the entry of fresh anesthetizing gas and collection of scavenging waste gas material. The transparent material helps in visualizing the physical state of the subject; thus preventing accidental overdosing.
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The traditional eight radial arm maze has many variants that allow mice, rats, and even primates to display their spatial working memory for the arms that they have visited by avoiding re-entry.
Typically, they do so by relying on their memory for the spatial location of visited arms relative to extra maze landmarks in the testing environment. Extramaze and intramaze cues are key to this process.
Highly friendly tool for assessing cord injury mechanisms in basic medical research. This impactor can be perfectly locked and impacted in the spinal cord and combined with our adapters Model RWD-68094 (Mice) and Model RWD-68095 (Rats).
The virtual reality environment can be created as per the need of the experiment. In the Simian version multiple environments can be configured.
The Morris Water Maze (MWM) is a widely used behavioral task developed by Richard G. Morris in the year 1981 as a response to the Radial Arm Maze (RAM). As opposed to the Radial Arm Maze, the Morris Water Maze doesn’t provide the subject with a choice point. Further, the task utilizes the fear of drowning to motivate the subject to learn the location of the escape platform quickly. The navigational task is effective in the assessment of spatial learning, and over the course of years has seen modifications and adaptations such as the Water T-Maze, the Water Y-Maze, and the Water RAM.