The Standard Manual Stereotaxic Instrument is important equipment in the fields of neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neuropharmacology, and neurosurgery. It uses the marks on the surface of the skull (such as the bregma point) as the basic reference point to determine a certain subcortical layer of the animal through three-dimensional movement. The location of the nerve structure (nucleus), and then complete the directional injection, stimulation, destruction, guidance, and positioning of the nerve structure. It can be used to establish animal models of Parkinson’s disease, animal models of epilepsy, brain tumor models, and learning, research on memory, neural stem cell transplantation in the brain, cerebral ischemia, etc. This is the Manual version of the Digital Stereotaxic Instrument for Rat.
The Microdrill is made for cranial perforation function. It can be either a hand-held drill or fixed to the cranial drill holder of the stereotactic instrument, which makes it simple to operate and easy to master.
This 3 chambered device is a fantastic contraption for researchers studying socialization who require an apparatus in which variables may be altered to change the premises of the experiment. The design permits socialization but disallows aggravated socialization so that auspicious and accurate data may be collected. Measurable factors include transitions between chambers, time spent in direct contact, and unique behavioral variables such as jumping and grooming. Accoutrements for this product include floor cues, stainless-steel grids or perforated stainless-steel, to forge an aversive stimulus, and removable doors to establish biased and unbiased conditioned place preference testing.
The Fear Conditioning Chamber is a behavioral task used in neuroscience to assess associative learning. We have carefully designed our chamber to allow new scientific avenues and to allow easy data collection and experimental execution.
ConductScience offers the Fear Conditioning Chamber.