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In vivo neuroscience products and neurochemical analysis products
nOver the past decade, in vivo neuroscience has increasingly shifted to imaging neural circuits individually and detecting multiple neuromodulators simultaneously. Techniques that were originally developed for use in situ have been improved to the point that they are now available for use in vivo during behavioral experiments. Amuza’s product lines represent the best of this evolution in Neuroscience research tools.
Improving Behavioral Neuroscience Research Data
Biomedical researchers’ need to deliver reliable experiment data is supported through Amuza’s behavioral neuroscience tools, which have been used across research facilities across the world.
Let’s advance the discoveries of neurochemistry.
Amuza specializes in microdialysis sampling, HPLC-ECD analysis, and fiber photometry.
Create Your Entire Microdialysis System with Amuza
From microdialysis probes and pumps to HPLC-ECD neurochemical analysis, Amuza helps streamline and automate your projects.
Move Easier with Wireless Neuroscience Systems
Overcome barriers to movement and unlock neuroscience experiments in complex social environments with wireless animal research equipment.
Even with the benefit of the latest technology, experiment design is critical for obtaining reliable data.
During behavioral neuroscience research, if a researcher approaches an animal, its neurochemistry can change extensively, so too its behavior. Variabilities such as these contribute to a lack of reproducibility between labs, and even between researchers in the same lab.
For instance, manual sample collection requires researchers to approach the animal to collect microdialysate or other samples. The resulting stress can cause large changes in brain chemistry – which can mask small effects induced by behavioral tests. Similarly, differences between researchers in mannerisms and techniques while habituating rats to handling can be difficult to recognize and prevent. Both factors can lower the reproducibility of behavioral tests.
Automated neuroscience tools and systems increase reproducibility and productivity.
Dr. Andrea Benucci
RIKEN Center for Brain Science
“The [HTEC-510] has been fantastic, it’s run beautifully, and it’s super easy to use.”
“We highly recommend [Amuza’s Wireless Optogenetics System] to labs interested in initiating optogenetics experiments or transitioning from wired optogenetic systems.”
Associate Professor, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
In addition to providing world-class research products, our team of scientists is here to serve you throughout your research project. Let us know what you may have questions about how our products fit into your research.