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The thermal controller is a part of the Homeothermic Monitoring System designed for optimal performance before, during, and after surgery. It can adapt well to multiple experimental platforms and is easy to use. You need to connect the heating pads and thermal probe and it is ready to use. It is compatible with various stereotaxic instruments. The experimenter can easily clean the apparatus after use.
ConductScience offers a thermal controller.
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. […]
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).
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 […]
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 […]
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.
Base Plate: 33cm x 43 cm Add Mouse Adapter for Mouse Sizing, which fits snugly into the U frame