IR-transparent mazes for video-tracking
Ugo Basile Infrared transparent mazes offer the highest contrast for the best video-tracking performance, empowering your behavioral experiments.
A test for spatial learning and long-term memory in rodents. For research into neurocognitive disorders and treatments, aging, drug-abuse, neural systems, neurotransmitters and brain development.
High quality, strong and low weight. Embedded wheels for easy movement. Easy to drain and clean. Add optional Atlantis System to extend test capabilities. Different colors available.
“Water maze” test was developed by Richard Morris as a test of spatial learning for rodents. It relies on distal cues to navigate from start locations around the perimeter of an open swimming arena to locate a submerged escape platform.
Use video-tracking software for measurements such as total distance swum, thigmotaxis duration, speed, latency to platform, time spent in quadrants. Made with high quality alimentary-grade fiberglass selected for its high strength, durability, low weight and easy cleanability. Easy to move and store pool with embedded wheels.
Easy to fill, easy to empty, water drain is positioned below the tank.