Specifications Mouse Rat Length Across T: 70 cm Length Across T: 110 cm Stem length 30 cm Stem length 50 cm Arm length 30 cm Arm […]
$1,190.00 – $1,690.00
|Length Across T: 70 cm||Length Across T: 110 cm|
|Stem length 30 cm||Stem length 50 cm|
|Arm length 30 cm||Arm length 50 cm|
|Width 10cm||Width 10cm|
|Wall height 20cm||Wall height 30cm|
|With central partition option, please notify||With central partition option, please notify|
|No Odors||No Odors|
|Easy clean with 70% Ethanol||Easy clean with 70% Ethanol|
- The T-Maze is a simple single-point two-choice maze.
- The task exploits the innate explorative nature of rodents and subjects them to tasks that require them to alternate between the goal arms to retrieve food rewards.
- Commonly used protocols with the T-maze are the Forced Alternation task and the Spontaneous Alternation task.
- The T-Maze can be easily adapted to investigate the different aspects of spatial learning and for different subjects.
- By using guillotine doors, the T-Maze can be easily adapted for the Delayed Alternation protocol.
- The T-Maze has been extensively used in the study of hippocampal functions, age-related cognitive decline, and anxiety.
- The T-Maze is also utilized in understanding the effects of drugs and toxins and in the understanding underlying pathology of diseases on spatial learning and memory.
- Subjects of the diseased model show a much slower learning curve in comparison to the control group in T-Maze tasks.
Rat, Small Primate, Mouse