A rodent acrylic cage is a type of enclosure designed to house small animals such as mice, and rats. These cages are made of clear acrylic plastic, which offers a clear view of the animals and their surroundings. Acrylic cages are typically more durable and easier to clean than traditional wire cages, and they also provide better insulation to regulate temperature and humidity levels. Additionally, they can also reduce the stress on the animals by providing a more natural, spacious, and visually appealing environment. Rodent acrylic cages are commonly used in laboratory and pet settings and are available in a variety of sizes and configurations to suit the needs of different species and environments.
Specifications Mouse APA Rat APA 1 Grid floor, stainless steel base: Length x Width: approx. 80 cm x 80cm 1 Grid floor, stainless steel base: Length […]
An anesthesia adaptor for stereotaxic systems is a device used to connect an anesthesia machine to a stereotaxic frame, allowing for the administration of anesthetic gases to small animals (such as mice or rats) during surgical procedures. The adaptor provides a connection point between the anesthesia machine and the stereotaxic frame, allowing for the delivery of anesthetic gases to the animal while maintaining the accuracy and stability of the stereotaxic frame.
The Anesthesia Induction Chamber is used to confine the rodent in a closed space during anesthesia procedures. The transparent material helps in visualizing the physical state of the subject; thus preventing accidental overdosing.
An anesthesia induction chamber for rodents is a small, enclosed space designed to safely administer inhaled anesthesia to small animals such as mice or rats. The chamber is typically made of clear plastic and has a small opening for the animal to enter. Inside, the chamber has a supply of anesthetic gas, such as isoflurane, which is used to induce and maintain anesthesia during procedures. The chamber is connected to a gas source and a ventilation system to ensure that the animal is breathing the correct concentration of anesthetic gas throughout the procedure. Anesthesia induction chambers are commonly used in research settings to ensure the safety and comfort of the animals during experiments.
ConductScience offers the Anesthesia Induction Chamber.
The Anesthesia Machine Pole Mount is a type of mount that is used to securely attach an anesthesia machine to a pole in a veterinary setting. This allows for easy positioning of the machine while freeing up valuable floor space. The pole mount is designed to ensure the stability and safety of the machine, helping to prevent accidents and equipment failure.
Our R620 enhanced mobile upgrade version is a Small Animal Anesthesia Machine that can move freely. Applicable to a variety of animals: mice, rats, guinea pigs, rabbits, cats, and other animals within 7 kg can be applied.
This innovative kit is specifically designed to facilitate safe and efficient anesthesia administration for small animals during surgical procedures.
The anesthesia operation platform features a convenient manifold system that allows for the attachment of a single cone mask. This ensures precise and controlled delivery of anesthesia to the animal, minimizing the risk of overdose or underdose.
The platform is designed with the comfort and safety of the animal in mind. It provides a stable and secure surface for the animal to rest on during the procedure, allowing for easy access to the surgical site. The non-slip surface helps to prevent any accidental slips or injuries.
The kit includes all the necessary components for a complete anesthesia setup, including the manifold, cone mask, and connecting tubing. The components are made from high-quality materials that are durable and easy to clean, ensuring long-term reliability and hygiene.
With the Small Animal Anesthesia Operation Platform, veterinarians and researchers can perform anesthesia procedures with confidence and precision. It is an essential tool for small animal surgeries, providing a reliable and efficient solution for anesthesia administration.
ConductScience offers the Small Animal Anesthesia Operation Platform.
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.
ConductScience’s Automatic Lens Implantation Locator is a precision instrument used for Grin Lens implantation surgery in deep-brain calcium imaging experiments. The instrument accurately controls the stepper motor through computer software, and then drives the locator operating arm to move, combined with the vacuum pump automatic precision Remove the brain tissue to better implant the lens. The experiment greatly reduced the damage caused by traditional manual operations to the animal brain, thereby improving the quality of neuronal imaging and the success rate of the experiment.
The balance beam is a narrow ‘walking bridge’ for mice/rats to walk across to test sensorineural balance and coordination. The beam generally sits between two elevated […]
BehaviorScan is an advanced automated rodent monitoring system designed to facilitate behavioral research in mice and rats. With its high-resolution tracking capabilities and real-time data acquisition, BehaviorScan offers a comprehensive solution for monitoring various behavioral parameters. Its user-friendly interface and customizable testing protocols make it an essential tool for researchers seeking accurate and efficient behavioral analysis.
ConductScience offers the BehaviorScan: Automated Rodent Monitoring System.
Features Conduct Science coronal brain matrices are crafted from stainless steel. They aid in the dissection of specific regions of a rodent brain, enabling the investigator […]
Mouse Kit Cat.No. Product Description Qty S31011-01 11# Scalpel Blades (Box of 100pcs) 1 S32001-12 Scalpel Handles 3# Solid-12cm 1 S33007-12 ZIEGLER Knives-4mm Cutting 1 […]
Anesthesia breathing bags are devices used in the administration of anesthesia. They are used to manually ventilate a patient during surgery when a mechanical ventilator is not available. The bags come in various sizes and are made of latex or latex-free materials. They are connected to an anesthesia machine or a simple oxygen source, and the clinician squeezes the bag to deliver breaths to the patient.
A rodent anesthesia breathing circuit is a system that delivers anesthetic gases to a small rodent during surgical procedures.
The anesthetic gas is delivered to the animal through the circuit tubing, allowing the animal to breathe in the anesthetic and maintain unconsciousness throughout the procedure. The rebreathing bag captures exhaled gases and recycles them back into the circuit, helping to conserve the anesthetic gas. The reservoir bag acts as a backup supply of oxygen, while the gas scavenging system captures and removes waste anesthetic gases from the environment.
Specifications Mouse Rat Acrylic Acrylic Easy clean with 70% Ethanol Easy clean with 70% Ethanol No odors No odors Total(cm): Width 46 x Depth 27 x […]