Description

 

The body reversal test is a narrow alleyway for turning for mice and rats. A narrow corridor open at one end and closed at the other (three walls), all resting on a removable base.

  • Removable walls for easy cleaning and storage
  • Materials for walls and base: opaque acrylic (plexiglass).
  • Colors available: White, Black, Blue non reflective. 3/8 inch thickness

Price & Dimensions

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Mouse Single

$ 490

  • Aisle width: 5 cm
  • Corridor length: 30cm
  • Height: 30cm

Rat Single

$ 590

  • Aisle width: 10 cm
  • Corridor length: 50cm
  • Height: 50cm

References

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Jaholkowski, P., Kiryk, A., Jedynak, P., Ben Abdallah, N. M., Knapska, E., Kowalczyk, A., … Filipkowski, R. K. (2009). New hippocampal neurons are not obligatory for memory formation; cyclin D2 knockout mice with no adult brain neurogenesis show learning. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.), 16(7), 439–451. http://doi.org/10.1101/lm.1459709
Jensen, M. B., Han, D. Y., Sawaf, A. Al, & Krishnaney-Davison, R. (2011). Behavioral outcome measures used for human neural stem cell transplantation in rat stroke models. Neurology International, 3(2), 35–39. http://doi.org/10.4081/ni.2011.e10