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  • LCD Screen Laboratory Constant Syringe Pump

    The LCD Screen Laboratory Constant Syringe Pump is a precise and reliable instrument designed for laboratory use. With a clear LCD screen display and easy-to-use interface, it allows users to set and control the flow rate of liquids with high accuracy and reproducibility. The pump’s compact size and quiet operation make it ideal for a variety of applications, including drug delivery, chemical reactions, and microfluidic experiments. Additionally, its syringe holder can accommodate a range of syringe sizes, making it a versatile tool for researchers in different fields.

    ConductScience offers the Syringe Pump

  • Morris Water Maze Heater

    The Morris Water Maze is a widely used behavioral task in neuroscience for studying spatial learning and memory. This test is based on the fact that an animal will try to escape a stressful situation or stimulus, which in this case is a large pool of water. The pool contains a small platform, either visible above the water level, or just below the surface of the water. This small platform allows the animals to escape the water and allows them to stand without the stress of swimming and is designed with a mesh or grooved material that allows for easy handling. Pre-training occurs by introducing the location of the escape platform and using a platform that is visible above the water surface. In the following days, the actual test is performed, in which the platform is hidden beneath the water surface. To escape swimming in the water, the animal must remember the location of the escape platform using visual cues in the testing area, which requires the use of hippocampal-dependent spatial reference memory, and this ability to remember the location of the platform can be affected by the administration of certain drugs or disease models.

    The MWM was first used by Richard Morris at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland in the early 1980s. Since then, it has become one of the most widely used tools in behavioral neuroscience because of its ease of use and training, its many variations, and its ability to test various areas of brain function. Morris published a series of papers describing the maze and its evaluation of hippocampal-dependent learning over several years (Morris 1981, Morris 1982, Morris 1984, Morris 1986). The maze also gained popularity when it was used by Ian Whishaw’s group in Canada (Kolb et al. 1982, Kolb et al. 1983). Since these initial papers, the maze has been used to study various disease models, including endocrine abnormalities, strokes, Alzheimer’s disease, other neurodegenerative diseases, and their effects on learning and memory (Brandeis et al. 1989).

    The hidden platform is included in your order.

  • 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


Tools to Conduct Science

LCD Screen Laboratory Constant Syringe Pump
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