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Active Avoidance Set-Up (Shuttle-Box)

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The new model of Active Avoidance Set-Up has been designed to enable the researcher to perform a wide range of avoidance experiments, each according to a flexible schedule.
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The new model of Active Avoidance Set-Up has been designed to enable the researcher to perform a wide range of avoidance experiments, each according to a flexible schedule.
 
Via the TIMELINE feature, the user will be able to configure a number of different tests, according to the specific experimental needs, namely the classical shuttle-box tests in its various modes.
 
The Active Avoidance set-up is part of UB conditioning-cage project; you buy a single touch-screen controller, and manage all UB cages. Ask for details!
 
Active avoidance is a fear-motivated associative avoidance task. In this task the animal has to learn to predict the occurrence of an aversive event (shock) based on the presentation of a specific stimulus (tone), in order to avoid the aversive event by moving to a different compartment.
 
The measures recorded include number of avoidances (the mouse crossing to the other compartment during the warning signal), number of non-responses (the mouse failing to cross to the other compartment during the trial), response latency (latency to avoid or escape), number of intertrial responses (i.e., crossing the barrier within the intertrial interval), and serve as an index of learning and allows memory to be assessed.
 
Ugo Basile Active Avoidance set-up instrument basically consists of a Controller, and a Cage for either rat or mouse. The tests are conducted in a cage, divided into two sections by a partition with an intercommunicating opening at floor level.
 
The tilting floor ensures a simple and relaible detection mechanism to score the animal’s movement across the two compartments. The electronic unit encompasses all controls for up to 4 cages and a scrambling shocker.
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  • Part of the BEEHIVE SYSTEM 
  • Maximum Flexibility 
  • Tilting-floor detection 
  • Remote Control feature 
  • Great Versatility 
  • the electronic unit encompasses all controls for up to 4 animal cages!
  • Configure your own Avoidance-Experiment Schedules via the timeline function
  • Reliable and precise detection of animal crossing
  • Makes remote service and software upgrades extremely simple!
  • The same controller can manage different conditioning tests. Ask for details!
  • C.I. Navarro-Francés et alia: “Influence of trait anxiety on the effects of acute stress on learning and retention of the passive avoidance task in male and female mice” Behav. Processes 105: 6-14, 2014
  • P. Borracci eta lia: “Rat Embryo Exposure to All-Trans Retinoic Acid Results in Long-Term Congitive Deficits” Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci 18: 28-33, 2014
  • D. Dimitrova, D. Getova: “Effects of Rivastigmine on Learning and Memory Processes in Rats Active Avoidance Test” Medicine 4.1, 2014
  • D. Cutuli et alia: “n-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Supplementation Enhances hippOcampal Functionality in Aged Mice” Front Aging Neurosci 6, 2014
  • G.N. Carmona et alia: “The Dense Core Vesicle Protein IA-2, but not IA-2β, is Required for Active Avoidance Learning” Neuroscience 269 (6): 35-42, 2014
  • A. Buzescu et alia: “The Influence of Some Psychotropic Substances on Conditioning Using an Active Avoidance Paradigm” Farmacia 62(1), 2014
  • O. Ortiz et alia: “Associative Learning and CA3–CA1 Synaptic Plasticity Are Impaired in D1R Null, Drd1a/Mice and in Hippocampal siRNA Silenced Drd1a Mice“ J.Neuroscience 30 (37): 12288-12300, 2010
  • J.I. Lemos et alia: “Involvement of the prelimbic prefrontacortex on cannabidiol-induced attenuation of contextual conditioned fear in rats“ Behav. Brain Res. 207: 05-111, 2010
  • N. Seferos et alia: “Mandibular bone density and calcium content affected by different kind of stress in mice“ J Musculoskelet Neuronal Interact. 10 (3): 231-236, 2010
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