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The APA is a circular metal arena shock grid underneath a rotating arena. The subjects are allowed to explore the arena while avoiding a prohibited sector using visual cues in and around the arena. Punishment in the form of shock is delivered to the subject if it enters the prohibited sector. Passive avoidance is observed when the arena is not rotating while active avoidance is observed when the arena is rotating.$13,990.00 – $14,990.00
The MazeEngineers Morris Water Maze adjustable platform is designed for the perfect Morris Water Maze experiment. Clear acrylic means the mouse uses spatial cues, not intramazal cues. Adjustable height allows just the right depth in the water. Etched acrylic allows for easy grappling to the surface. Sturdy base lets you ensure that the platform will not move. This is the platform you need to make sure your experiment runs smoothly. Made for mice and rats.$300.00
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.$4,190.00 – $9,090.00
Cincinnati Water Maze (CWM) is a labyrinthine maze used to study egocentric navigation, learning, and memory. CWM is modified version of BWM made up of 9 unit multiple T-maze with a start location at point A and escape platform located at point B. The subjects undergo straight water channel training before being tested in the… Continue reading Cincinnati Water Maze
The conditioned place preference chamber is a paradigm widely used to explore the reinforcing effects of natural and pharmacological stimuli, including drugs of addiction. Combinations of floor and wall cues are available
In this variant, subjects are allowed to freely move between a compartment in which they were conditioned with either drug cues or neutral cues. The wall cues a (comes with a maze) provide visual reinforcement
This dual-chamber place preference allows for biased and unbiased conditioned place preference testing. A removable door (not shown) allows isolation into one compartment of the apparatus of the animal. Preference testing is then done by removing the door to allow the mouse to freely explore between the two compartments (as seen in the image)
Total: 46w x 27d x 30h; Feces tray Mesh floor Grid floor Left & right compartments: 20wx18dx30h cm; one black; one white Mid compartments:20wx7dx30h cm; Doors: 8wx10h cm
The Double Y Angulated Maze consist of two Y mazes joined at the end of each tail. It was used in a study to test whether the hippocampus is essential for vicarious trial-and-errors (VTEs) in a spatial memory task and in simple visual discrimination (VD) task by David Bett et al. (2012). The Y-maze was constructed of… Continue reading Double Y Angulated Maze$1,800.00 – $1,900.00