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שימוש במבוך מים שמונה רדיאליים להעריך עבודה וזכרון עזר בעקבות ילודים פגיעה מוחית

Published: December 4, 2013 doi: 10.3791/50940

Materials

Name Company Catalog Number Comments
Plastic Tub Gototanks http://www.gototanks.com ARM-19455 Size can vary depending on species tested or individual lab needs.
iPad or other digital tablet Apple Inc. N/A http://www.apple.com
Notability or other note taking application Gingerlabs N/A

http://www.gingerlabs.com

Digital pdf writer or notetaking program

Digital timer Any N/A
Deltaphase isothermal heating pad Braintree Scientific ASS7D http://www.braintreesci.com/
Stainless steel maze Fabricated in house N/A

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שימוש במבוך מים שמונה רדיאליים להעריך עבודה וזכרון עזר בעקבות ילודים פגיעה מוחית
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Penley, S. C., Gaudet, C. M., Threlkeld, S. W. Use of an Eight-arm Radial Water Maze to Assess Working and Reference Memory Following Neonatal Brain Injury. J. Vis. Exp. (82), e50940, doi:10.3791/50940 (2013).More

Penley, S. C., Gaudet, C. M., Threlkeld, S. W. Use of an Eight-arm Radial Water Maze to Assess Working and Reference Memory Following Neonatal Brain Injury. J. Vis. Exp. (82), e50940, doi:10.3791/50940 (2013).

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