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  • Taylor Forceps

    • 1.0mm Tips, 12.5cm length
  • Thermal Sensor

    Thermal Sensor

    Gives the ability of your temperature controller to receive real-time feedback from a heating pad, automatically controlling the homeostatic temperature of your rodent or animal model. […]

  • Tissue Choppers

    A tissue chopper is a cutting/slicing instrument used to cut fresh living tissue in cube slices and arterial rings without the need for freezing g or embedding.

    The tissue chopper is an electrically powered appliance, and therefore the blade or cutting speed and slice thickness can be determined prior to operating the chopper. Adjustments to the blade speed, which is around 0-200 strokes per minute, are made by rotating a speed knob. The slice thickness can be calibrated on a micrometer head (1 micron – 25 micron).

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    Toennis Dissecting Scissors

  • Toennis-Adson Dissecting Scissors
  • Touch Screen Constant Laboratory Syringe Pump

    The ConductScience Touch Screen Constant Laboratory Syringe Pump is a precision instrument designed for accurate and reliable fluid delivery. Available in both single and dual models, it offers a wide range of linear velocities and stroke resolutions to accommodate different application needs. The pump features a push-pull working mode and flow correction program for more accurate liquid volume. It also has a built-in selection of syringe model, and offers syringe customization options. The communication interface and status signal output provide easy control and monitoring of the pump. With a compact design and wide voltage AC power supply, the ConductScience Touch Screen Constant Laboratory Syringe Pump is an ideal solution for various scientific and medical applications.

    ConductScience offers the Syringe Pump

  • Tricolor Multichannel Fiber Photometry System

    The R820 three-color multi-channel optical fiber recording system has three wavelengths, which can record green fluorescent indicators or neurotransmitter probes such as GCaMP and dLight, and […]

  • Trolley With In-Built Rabbit Cages

    Trolley With In-Built Rabbit Cages -Add On -Type

    In this trolley made of square pipe is inbuilt fixed with Rabbit cage and one side of each Rabbit Cage is open-able type This trolley has […]

  • Two Choice Social Decision Making Task

    Developed by Scheggia et al (2022), the Two Choice Social Decision Making Task was used to investigate the role of reciprocal connections between the cortex and amygdala in influencing prosocial and selfish decision-making in mice. By employing this apparatus through behavioral assays, the researchers elucidated how these connections contribute to social behaviors, shedding light on potential neural mechanisms underlying cooperative and self-interested choices.

    The apparatus used for the social decision-making task consisted of a combination of standard operant chambers and custom-designed components to facilitate interactions between two mice, referred to as the “actor” and the “recipient.”

    The actor’s compartment contains two nose-poke holes and a food magazine located in between to deliver food rewards to the actor. A mesh wall separates the actor and recipient. The recipient’s compartment contains a food magazine connected to a food dispenser, allowing the recipient to receive food rewards.

    During the social decision-making task, the actor can choose between options that yield rewards for itself and rewards for the recipient. The interactions and choices made by the mice were recorded and analyzed to understand their decision-making processes in social contexts.

    The setup allows for the controlled observation of prosocial and selfish behaviors while enabling direct interactions between the actor and the recipient.

  • Flowmeter - cost-effective device, designed to meet your needs

    Two-Channel Flowmeter (Range 0.1-1 L / min)

    Rodent anesthesia systems typically use a two-channel flowmeter to monitor and control the flow of gases, such as oxygen and anesthesia, to the rodent. The two channels allow for separate measurement and control of the flow of each gas, ensuring proper and safe delivery of the gases during the surgical procedure.

  • U frame Stereotaxic Surgery System

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    U frame Stereotaxic Surgery System

    Base Plate: 33cm x 43 cm Add Mouse Adapter for Mouse Sizing, which fits snugly into the U frame

  • Vannas Scissors

    Vannas Scissors

    ConductScience’s Vannas Scissors are crafted with premium quality stainless steel and their highly precise blades make them ideal for cutting vessel walls during surgeries with effectiveness.

  • VentStar Small Animal Ventilator

    VentStar Small Animal Ventilator

    The Small Animal Ventilator is a high-quality device designed for precise and controlled ventilation of small laboratory animals during anesthesia. It offers adjustable ventilation parameters and features a user-friendly interface for easy monitoring. With its compact design and safety features, it is an essential tool for researchers conducting respiratory studies in the life sciences field.

    Our Small Animal Ventilator is used to assist or control the breathing of small animals such as rats and mice in research and veterinary settings. These ventilators are designed to provide precise and controlled ventilation to the animal, typically by delivering a mixture of oxygen and other gases to the lungs.


  • Veterinary Oxygen Concentrator

    An oxygen supply designed for veterinary clinical applications. Using the principle of molecular sieve pressure swing adsorption, using air as raw material, physical separation of high-purity oxygen meets the various clinical needs of veterinarians and is widely used in veterinary clinical operations, postoperative, ICU, and first aid oxygen supply.

    The Veterinary oxygen concentrator is a device that is used to provide supplemental oxygen to animals. The concentrator works by separating oxygen from the air, increasing the concentration of oxygen, and delivering it to the animal through a mask or other delivery device. Oxygen concentrators can provide a continuous supply of oxygen, making them a convenient and efficient way to support animals with breathing difficulties or other medical conditions that require supplemental oxygen. In a veterinary setting, oxygen concentrators are used to help animals recover from surgery or other medical procedures, or to treat conditions such as respiratory distress or heart disease.

  • Vial Racks

    – Made of acetal; resistant to most common laboratory chemicals– Ideal for incubators, freezers, under lab hoods, or working on benchtops– Rack holds 60 tubes from […]

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Tools to Conduct Science

Taylor Forceps
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