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Very Fast CRISPR (vfCRISPR) synchronizes and improves the accuracy of CRISPR cleavage using 365 nm light as a trigger.
vfCRISPR was created by photocaging specific deoxythymidine residues of the guide RNA resulting in a (cgRNA).
Microdialysis and Fiber Photometry are both powerful techniques for monitoring the concentrations of neurotransmitters in vivo, but each technique has very different advantages.
We show you how the Free Maze is quite easy to configure. The orientation and position can be easily changed to give you different designs.
We share information about sensors that should be compatible with fiber photometry when using excitation with blue light and measuring green fluorescence.
Built out of a desire to help standardize behavioral neuroscience research. O’Hara began developing automated behavior tests in order to improve the reliability of behavioral data.
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.