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Our RWD-R550 Multi-output Anesthesia Machine is our most advanced system and offers highly efficient, precise gas flow that is easy to use. Accommodates animals ranging in size from neonate mice to rabbits. Six outputs supply anesthesia to the induction chamber and up to five masks. Incorporates two flowmeters: one controls the vaporizer (0-4000cc/min) and the… Continue reading Anesthesia Machine: 5ch Multi-output Small Animal Anesthesia Device$2,500.00 – $2,750.00
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 to slice repeatable coronal sections of the sample. This provides precise blocking before microtome sectioning and the excision of small, reproducible brain regions for biochemical analysis, such as the determination… Continue reading Brain Matrix: Coronal Section$260.00 – $380.00
Sagittal Brain Matrix Conduct Science sagittal brain matrices are used to section the brain into sagittal slices. Crafted from stainless steel, they aid in the dissection of specific regions of a rodent’s brain, enabling the investigator to slice repeatable sagittal sections of the sample. This provides precise blocking before microtome sectioning and the excision of… Continue reading Brain Matrix: Saggittal Section$360.00
ConductScience’s Digital Microscope professional digital microscope with a precise operation such as thousand brain positioning or surgical experiment can deliver real-time experimental pictures, high magnification, clear image, economical and reliable, especially for teaching experiments.
Our 77001D Digital Microscope released the eyes of the experimenter, greatly alleviating eye and cervical discomfort caused by long- term observation with a traditional microscope.
The focusing distance of the digital microscope is 180mm, which provides more space for the surgeon’s surgical operation. At the same time, it can also perform vertical or oblique angle imaging according to the experimental conditions to find a better viewing angle.
The principle of mirror therapy (MT) is the use of a mirror to create a reflective illusion of an affected limb in order to trick the brain into thinking movement has occurred without pain. It involves placing the affected limb behind a mirror, which is sited so the reflection of the opposing limb appears in… Continue reading Mirror Box
Scavenging machines are used in the collection and removal of waste anesthetic gases (WAGs) vented during the anesthetization processes. These systems comprise collection devices, interfaces, and disposal systems. Scavenging machines also help monitor the gases and prevent barotrauma to the subject resulting from a change in incoming and outgoing gas flow.
Conduct Science offers Scavenging Machines.
Applicable for generation of spinal cord injury model with high repeatability in neuroscience research. Spinal cord holder is composed of base plate, stands (with 3 vertical bars and locking blocks and spinal cord clamp – 3 pairs). Precise positioning of impact site with high repeatability by 3-D manipulator. Impact speed could be accurately calculated for… Continue reading Spinal Cord Impactor
Stereotactic neurosurgery is the surgical technique used in pre-clinical research to engraft a needle or electrode at a pre-defined location in the rodent’s brain. Stereotactic neurosurgery employs advanced imaging techniques and surgical tools to translate the rodent brain-related research in human applications. In 1887, Sir Victor Horsley, while studying the connections of the cerebellum, realized… Continue reading Stereotaxic Surgery Kit