Visit us at our two virtual FENS booths in the premium exhibitor floor, where we can discuss your research needs, and we can share the latest possibilities for combined instrumentation solutions to improve research.
The complete line of Panlab’s standard treadmills (1, 2 and 5 lanes) now can be easily converted from rat to mouse and vice versa.
Use with our modular stimulus grids, lids and air puff accessories to expand your research capabilities.
RECORD-IT MEDIA is the Panlab product specifically designed to record digital videos in laboratories and scientific environments in general.
RECORD-IT MEDIA can record the live images of up to 8 cameras simultaneously into independent digital video files. RECORD-IT MEDIA also provides a Player for the review of the recorder videos. Both video recording and video playing can be synchronized with third-party system.
RECORD-IT MEDIA processes the images (frames) coming from the connected images sources (cameras). The cameras supported by RECORD-IT MEDIA are digital USB cameras, webcam, WIA cameras, analog cameras and IP network cameras. RECORD-IT MEDIA also provides some simulated live image video sources for demo purposes.
RECORD-IT MEDIA player is compatible with a wide range of video formats.
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The tail suspension test allows a fast and reliable screening of the psychotropic properties (anti-depressants, sedatives) of drugs on rodents.
The tail-suspension test was developed as an alternative to the Forced Swimming test, yet the concept remains the same. Rodents, suspended by their tail, innately attempt to escape from this aversive situation. However,following failed attempts to escape, they experience despair and become immobile. The magnitude of immobility is considered to be correlated with the depressive-like state of the subjects and is significantly decreased by antidepressants.
The parameters currently evaluated are:
The Panlab Tail suspension box (TST) consists in a box with 3 compartments, so to carry out experiment simultaneously on 3 experimental subjects at the same time.
NEW Modular Background Panels! The box is provided with modular background panels with 3 choices of colour (black/grey and white/translucid panels)
The box is also made of non-reflecting and odour-resistance material for an optimized use with a video-tracking system. Our user-friendly SMART video-tracking sofware is our recommend solution to run, record, analyse and replay the experiments at will.
Our technical and sales teams are looking forward to meeting you at the next 2019 Neuroscience meetings.
It will be a great opportunity to discuss your latest research projects, as well as your current equipment needs! A whole range of instruments will be presented and available for real demonstrations.
In 2019, Panlab celebrates 50 years of serving researchers with advanced products and systems for neuroscience and behavioral research.
Since 1969, our goal has been to provide a wide range of solutions for studying behaviour and physiology in small laboratory animals. We look forward to continuing to support you—our customers—with state-of-the-art tools that keep your research moving forward.
This easy-to-use catalog includes all the components needed to assemble an optimal organ perfusion system for your small animal liver, kidney, mesenteric bed, or intraluminal vessel perfusion study. The systems featured in this catalog are modular in design, providing the flexibility to tailor a system to fit your specific needs.
The beam balance test (or beam walking assay) is used to assess fine motor coordination and balance in rodents, especially in experimental models associated with an alteration of the motor skills (brain injury, genetic manipulations, and/or pharmacological treatments…).
The goal of this test is for the subject to stay upright and walk across an elevated narrow beam to a safe box/platform. This test usually takes several consecutive days of test: some days of training and 1 day of testing. Performance on the beam is quantified by measuring the time it takes for the subject to cross the beam and the number of paw slips that occur in the process.
This task is particularly useful for detecting subtle deficits in motor skills and balance that may not be detected by other motor tests, such as the Rotarod.
The Panlab beam balance test is composed of:
The beam can be horizontal or the tripods height can be adjusted to make a slope.
The goal box and beams are easy to remove/assemble using manual screws below the beam.
The 76-116/LE782CN “catch net” can be used to ensure that the animals do not injure themselves if they fall (optional item).