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AMUZA’s tool, the Self Head-Restraining Platform, is Helping Combat the Current Reproducibility Crisis in Neuroscience. Teaches mice to train themselves.
Using our Teleopto Wireless Optogenetics system in combination with the Touch Panel, you can manipulate neuronal activity in real-time as animals undergo operant training.
The Phelps lab at the University of Florida used the Eicom HTEC-500 HPLC-ECD to determine the time-resolved secretion of GABA, taurine, and other amino acids from pancreatic islet beta cells.
The Drinko-Measurer is simple and straightforward, yet and has a wide variety of useful applications. This is why it is our most multi-faceted product. Designed solely to mediate unwanted leakage.
Episodic memory refers to the collection of past personal experiences that occurred at a particular time and place, a highly effective process for future planning.
Forgetfulness at the touch of a button: Teleopto Wireless Optogenetics in Science Magazine and The New York Times.
Melanin-concentrating hormone (MCH) neurons are unlike most neurons: they are most active during sleep.
Biomolecular condensates are a unique class of organelles: they have no membranes. They can form, merge, split, and disappear in minutes.
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Tanaka and colleagues in Dr. Matsuzaki’s lab at the University of Tokyo have been researching the role of thalamocortical axonal activity in motor learning using the TaskForcer.
Upon my return back to Tokyo, I had one final visit with Dr. Isomura at Tokyo Medical and Dental University. He originally developed the TaskForcer for rats with O’Hara over 8 years ago!
While in Kyoto, I traveled to Doshisha University to visit the lab of Dr. Takahashi, who worked with O’Hara to design the Free Maze, a reconfigurable maze for learning and memory tests.
Matsuzaki .et all are investigating the role of primary & secondary motor cortices in information processing during self-initiated vs externally triggered movements.