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Kemirgenler Faaliyet teker Running kayıt ve Sirkadiyen Rhythms Analizi

doi: 10.3791/50186 Published: January 24, 2013

Materials

Name Company Catalog Number Comments
Vitalview Card & Software Mini Mitter #855-0030-00 (Bend, OR, USA)
DP24 Dataport Mini Mitter #840-0024-00 (Bend, OR, USA)
QA4-Module Mini Mitter #130-0050-00 (Bend, OR, USA)
Magnetic Switch Mini Mitter #130-0015-00 (Bend, OR, USA)
C-50 Cable assembly Mini Mitter #060-0045-10 (Bend, OR, USA)
Rat running wheel assembly Mini Mitter #640-0700-00 (Bend, OR, USA)
Cage and tray support Mini Mitter #640-0400-00 (Bend, OR, USA)
Useable cut away cage Mini Mitter #664-2154-00 (Bend, OR, USA)
Grid floor for cage Mini Mitter #676-2154-00 (Bend, OR, USA)
Waste tray Mini Mitter #684-2154-00 (Bend, OR, USA)
Lamp housing Microlites Scientific #R-101 (Toronto, ON, Canada)
4W Fluorescent lamps Microlites Scientific #F4T5/CW (Toronto, ON, Canada)
Isolation chambers Custom built 28"H x 20"W x 28"D ½" Black Melamine.

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Kemirgenler Faaliyet teker Running kayıt ve Sirkadiyen Rhythms Analizi
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Verwey, M., Robinson, B., Amir, S. Recording and Analysis of Circadian Rhythms in Running-wheel Activity in Rodents. J. Vis. Exp. (71), e50186, doi:10.3791/50186 (2013).More

Verwey, M., Robinson, B., Amir, S. Recording and Analysis of Circadian Rhythms in Running-wheel Activity in Rodents. J. Vis. Exp. (71), e50186, doi:10.3791/50186 (2013).

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