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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.
Amuza’s Teleopto LEDA array: an incubator compatible illumination system for optogenetics, photobiology, and photochemistry in microplates. Our LED arrays are available in many colors.
If you are new to behavioral neuroscience, choosing the right behavioral test for your experiment can be a challenging task. Luckily our touch panel operant conditioning chambers are extremely flexible.
Social interaction tests in mice and rats are extremely useful for research involving animal models of psychiatric disorders including Schizophrenia and disorders like Autism.
Since Teleopto is wireless, your research animals have complete freedom of movement and can move through doorways, tunnels, mazes, and even large open field environments.
There are many types of microdialysis probes available, some labs even make their own. This guide can help you choose the right microdialysis probe for your next project.
Are you interested in analyzing neurotransmitters in brain microdialysate or brain tissue? Today, we’re happy to announce a new loaner program for an HTEC system fully ready to use.
In this video, we will walk you through how exactly mice learn to self head-restrain using the self head-restraining platform. The concept is quite simple and relies on operant or classical conditioning principles.
In this post, we describe four common tasks you can use with your operant training chambers, and what exactly they measure. These tasks are easy to program with our Touch Panel chambers.
What’s unique about the imaging adapter base mount is that you can adjust x y and z positions, which allows you to adjust the TaskForcer angle under the 2-photon microscope.
One of the most common tests using the T-Maze is the spontaneous alternation test. In the spontaneous alternation test, a reward is placed at the end of both arms. On the first trial, the rat or mouse chooses either arm and gets rewarded.