Behavioral Video Analysis System
Zebrafish Behavioral Quantification System
A high-throughput complete system dedicated to tracking the behavioral trajectories of larval zebrafish in multiwell reaction plates
Morris water maze video analysis system
Morris water maze (MWM) experiment is an experiment in which experimental animals (rats, mice) are forced to swim and learn to find platforms hidden in water. It is mainly used to test the sense of spatial position and direction of experimental animals. (spatial orientation) learning and memory ability. It is widely used in learning and memory, Alzheimer's disease, hippocampal/external hippocampal research, intelligence and aging, new drug development/screening/evaluation, pharmacology, toxicology, preventive medicine, neurobiology, animal psychology and behavioral biology, etc. The fields of scientific research and computer-assisted teaching in the discipline have been widely recognized in the world, and it is a classic experiment for medical schools to carry out behavioral research, especially learning and memory research. One of the main accessories of Morris water maze is the pool. The quality and function of the pool are an indispensable part of the experiment. In the experiment, the temperature of the water temperature is the key to the experiment. has reached the advanced level.
Rat and mouse gait analysis processing system
Animals with motor nerve center defects will have subtle effects on the animal's motor gait. The gait analysis system system can be used to evaluate animal models of neurotrauma, neuropathic atrophy, neurological disease, and pain symptom groups. For the evaluation of motor nerve deficits, it can be used for Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, ALC, notochord injury, neuropathic pain, arthritis, stroke, Parkinson's disease, ataxia, brain injury, peripheral nerve injury, arthritis, Neuromuscular and musculoskeletal disorders were evaluated.
Eight-arm maze experiment video analysis system
The eight-arm maze is a maze model used to study spatial memory in animals. It consists of a central area and eight arms connected around it. Application: It has been used in a series of neurobehavioral-based learning and memory, toxic effects of toxic chemicals and the effects of new drugs or new treatments. The traditional eight-arm maze experiment It is necessary to manually open the doors of each area and feed food manually; this will cause interference when tracking and analyzing with animal behavioral video software and affect the experimental results. The latest eight-arm maze designed by Beijing Zhongshi Technology, the doors of each area can be raised and lowered independently according to the needs of the experiment, and the end of each arm is equipped with an automatic feeding device. (Optional) When the animal reaches the end, the feeding device will throw a food pills. During the whole experiment process, there is no need for the experimenter to manually open and close the door and feed food, which is convenient to operate, reduces interference to experimental animals, and effectively improves the experimental effect.
Three-box animal social behavior experiment
The three-box animal social behavior experiment system includes animal behavior video analysis system and video acquisition system (capture card, camera) and its supporting box equipment. It can meet the basic needs of rodent social behavior assessment. The three-box animal social behavior experiment is the most commonly used experiment to evaluate the behavior of autism. The software calculates the time of the tested animal approaching a wire cage, the number of contacts and other indicators to evaluate the animal's social behavior ability. In addition, the animal behavior video analysis system can also be used to evaluate animal spontaneous activity, learning and memory ability, depression and anxiety, etc.
The O maze (referred to as Zero Maze in the literature) divides a ring-shaped area into four equal parts, alternating with high guardrails and no guardrails. The number of times of entering the danger zone is quantified to compare the degree of anxiety (derived from the nature of seeking advantages and avoiding disadvantages and the desire to explore the unknown) among different individuals. The O maze (zero maze) is a relatively new method for conducting anxiety research with reliable results. This product uses video tracking technology to complete the automation and quantification of the maze (zero maze) experiment, and the results are more real, credible and objective.
Video analysis system for new object cognition experiment
In the new object recognition experiment, the animal movement track tracking system is used to track the nose tip of the mouse in detail to realize the new object recognition experiment. Automatically measure and analyze a large number of parameters to measure and compare the difference in the degree of interest between animals in novel objects and familiar objects in novel object cognition tests. The animal movement track tracking system is an ideal tool for identifying the nose tip of rodents. Choose one of the open fields we provide, combined with animal trajectory tracking system and video and computer equipment, you can run new object cognition experiments fully automatically.
The three arms of the Y-Mazes video tracking and analysis system (Y-Mazes) are at an angle of 120 degrees to each other, and they are in a radial shape of three equal parts. A maze model for studying spatial memory in animals. It is widely used in learning and memory, Alzheimer's disease, hippocampal/external hippocampal research, intelligence and aging, new drug development/screening/evaluation, pharmacology, toxicology, preventive medicine, neurobiology, animal psychology and behavioral biology, etc. The fields of scientific research and computer-aided teaching in the discipline are the classic experiments for medical schools to carry out behavioral research, especially learning and memory research.
Labmaze Animal Behavior Analysis Software V3.0
The animal behavior trajectory analysis platform is a universal motion trajectory recording and analysis system that uses image processing technology to automatically track and record animal activities through video cameras and computers. It can be applied in neuropharmacology, learning and memory pharmacology, anti-aging pharmacology and new drug neurology Systematic general pharmacology and toxicology research can also be used for basic neuroscience research.