Harvard Pump 11 Elite GC – Glucose Clamp Infusion System

Pump 11 Elite GC – Item Listing

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70-4504GC Pump 11 Elite Infusion/Withdrawal Programmable Single Syringe Pump with Glucose Clamp Method Get a Quote
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70-4506GC Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite Infusion/Withdrawal Programmable Dual Syringe Pump with Glucose Clamp Method Get a Quote
70-4507GC Pump 11 Elite Nanomite Infusion/Withdrawal Programmable Single Syringe Pump with Glucose Clamp Method Get a Quote
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Ultra-Sensitive Startle Enclosure

THIN WALL SMALL/MEDIUM ENCLOSURE

Get the best response with our new thin wall startle enclosure.  This new enclosure is 4X as sensitive as the original enclosure. The thin wall provides less obstruction between test subject and sensor providing a clear response for low weight animals.

The rubber feet eliminate the docking cups needed for metal feet enclosures removing the need for the base platform.  By placing the enclosure on the floor of the cabinet variability of response is reduced.  The enclsoure connects and calibrates the same as the old enclsoure making it an easy transition to upgrade.

XP PROGRAMS AND SYSTEM OBSOLETE  AFTER 2018

Win XP Obsolete after 2018

Systems running on Windows XP systems will no longer be supported after 2018.  Contact us to get a quote to upgrade your system. sales@sandiegoinstruments.com

We are sorry to say but do to technology advancements we will no longer support any XP or older systems. Windows stopped supporting XP in 2014 and some IT departments are requiring the removal of such computers.

So what does that mean:
San Diego Instruments will no longer trouble shoot systems running on XP, keep in archives old manuals, nor provide replacement installation disks for any software that runs on XP.

Also, any PCI Interface cards (found in our older SR-Labs) will no longer be sold as the manufacturer is no longer producing them after September of 2018. If you have one, hold onto it!

Please call us or email us to discuss options below. 858-530-2600 or sales@sandiegoinstruments.com

Options moving forward

Upgrade your current system to operate on Windows 10

  • Purchase a complete PCI to USB upgrade to include control box and new software.
  • Remove your PCI card from the XP computer and find a computer with a PCI card slot and purchase new software from SDI.

**Some older systems may not be able to upgrade to USB do to age of the system. GEM-233 and lower; SRC-00339 and lower***

Software that will be supported after 2018 are listed below for each system

  • SR-LAB 6300-0000-N or later
  • PAS 6300-0101-A
  • GEMINI 6300-0202-P
  • ROTOR ROD 6300-0400-H
  • GRIP STRENGTH 6300-0600-D
  • ROTOMETER 6300-0300-C

If you are not sure your version, or don’t see your product listed, contact us with your systems serial number and we will be happy to help.

 

28th September 2018 – Behavior symposium, Campus Hassel

ANIMAL BEHAVIOR, A ‘PERFECT’ READ-OUT OF THE HUMAN FUNCTIONING BRAIN

This symposium focuses on animal behavior and its translation to humans. Different animal models will be discussed, including models for stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and dopamine research.

Speakers

  • Arthur Liesz | LMU Munich, Germany
  • Robin Lemmens | VIB Leuven, Belgium
  • Andrew Knight | University of Winchester, UK
  • Debby Van Dam | UAntwerpen, Belgium
  • Carlos Saura Antolín | UAB, Spain
  • Mark Ungless | Imperial College London, UK
  • Wim Vanduffel | KU Leuven, Belgium

Program September 28th

08.30 – 09.30 Registration and coffee
09.30 – 09.45 Opening
09.45 – 11.15 Keynote session 1: “Stroke research”

  • Dr. Arthur Liesz – LMU Munich, Germany
    The immunology of stroke: bench-to-bed translation and back
  • Prof. Dr. Robin Lemmens – VIB Leuven, Belgium
    Translating stroke recovery from mouse to man
11.15 – 11.45 Coffee break
11.45 – 12.30 Plenary lecture: “Ethical issues”

  • Prof. Dr. Andrew Knight – University of Winchester, UK
    Systematic reviews of animal experiments demonstrate poor contributions to human healthcare
12.30 – 14.00 Lunch break and poster session
14.00 – 15.30 Keynote session 2: “Alzheimer research”

  • Dr. Debby Van Dam – UAntwerpen, Belgium
    The correlation between behavioral and neurochemical alterations in neurodegenerative diseases
  • Prof. Dr. Carlos Saura Antolín -UAB, Spain
    Molecular aspects of brain function and neurodegeneration
15.30 – 16.00 Coffee break
16.00 – 17.30 Keynote session 3: “Dopamine research”

  • Dr. Mark Ungless – Imperial College London, UK
    Dopamine related behavior in rodents combined with state-of- the-art techniques
  • Prof. Dr. Wim Vanduffel – KU Leuven, Belgium
    Dopaminergic control of adult cortical plasticity and perceptual learning in nonhuman primates
 17.30 Closing

This symposium is organised in the context of ‘the German Year’ and is partially supported by the Flemish government

5th International Seminar on Behavioral Methods, Poland

Dear Friends,

We have a great pleasure to invite you to the

5th International Seminar on Behavioral Methods”,

which will be held from 27th to 29th September 2018 in Kraków, Poland.