The Injection Cone is designed to be used with rodents, namely rats and mice for fast and efficient batch injection. The injection cone is made with transparent acrylic material, durable, easy to clean, and stable to manage.
ConductScience offers the Injection Cone and Injection Cone with Light
The injection Cone with Light can efficiently illuminate a mouse tail for easy and quick injection or blood sampling, allowing accurate vein finding and avoiding bleeding. This is the most effective restraint for tail vein injections. This tool is useful for large quantity samplings and the unique design allows an efficient positioning of tailed rodents for maximum results. Our injection cones are an essential tool for any researcher that aims for efficiency and high speed in tail vein injections.
ConductScience offers the Injection Cone with Light
Light arc for tail vein injection is a novel technique used to administer drug substances to black-colored strains of rodents. The black strains of rodents have a darker colored tail which makes it difficult to spot the caudal vein due to the lack of color contrast. This illumination problem is solved by Conductscience’s Light Arc apparatus which distributes a uniform light over an angle of 180° around the subject’s tail.
The light arc stands on a flat base connected to the power source. A Broome-style handler is placed in the center to restrain the subject. The arc is equipped with 10 RGB LEDs, approximately every 2cm. The color contrast is regulated by the intensity of the primary colored lights; colors can be adjusted to red, green, and blue for the optimal contrast of the veins.
Available with red, blue, green colored lights. Conduct Science offers the Light Arc for Tail Injection.
Note: The restrainer is not included. The restrainer holder is adjustable to be able to hold different size restrainers.
The Rodent Tubular Holder is used to hold and/or restrain small rodents such as mice or rats during experiments or procedures. These devices are typically made of plastic and come in a variety of designs, such as a tube-like shape or a restraining box. They are used in research studies to hold the animal in a specific position or immobilize it during the experiment.