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In this video, we’ll show you how to detect and analyze Glutamate and GABA in brain tissue or microdialysis samples in just 12 minutes.
We show you how to detect and analyze acetylcholine in brain microdialysis samples in 18 minutes, with minimal or no need to add an acetylcholine esterase inhibitor or AEI.
What is unique about our chambers is that they contain infrared sensors located at the top of the touchscreen itself that improve the accuracy of touch responses from small rodents.
For qualitative and quantitative analysis of neurotransmitters, we recommend high-performance liquid chromatography detected with an electrochemical detector, known as HPLC-ECD.
The ENO-30 is a uniquely designed system that combines HPLC with a colorimetric assay optimized for fast and highly sensitive quantitative analysis of nitrate and nitrite.
The Drinko Measurer is one of our most simple products, but an extremely useful one for gathering precise measurements of liquid consumption in animal studies.
Experimental outcomes can be influenced by a variety of factors, some of which can be controlled for. Minimizing confounding factors is crucial to gathering reliable and repeatable results.
A system capable of quantitative analysis of nitrate and nitrite from biological samples in minutes called the ENO-30. The ENO-30 is a fast and highly sensitive system down to 0.1 picomoles.
There are many categories of behavioral tests used to assess a variety of different brain functions & how they relate to behavior. We will describe the main categories, types of tests & what they measure.
In this video, we’ll show you how to detect and analyze dopamine and serotonin levels in brain microdialysis samples in 5 minutes. For this analysis, we use HPLC-ECD, cost-effective & ultra-sensitive data.
We would like to tell you about TeleFipho, Amuza’s new wireless fiber photometry system. It’s our newest way to track calcium and neurotransmitters, and it works in real-time in freely moving animals
Rodents, in particular rats and mice, are preferred for biomedical research for several reasons. They are readily available, easy to handle, can be genetically modified to model a variety of disease states, & are genetically similar to humans.