EthoVision XT

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EthoVision XT in several domains of research

EthoVision XT video tracking is mentioned in thousands of publications across behavioral research domains. These pie charts give you an idea of the main domains and mental health conditions that are researched using EthoVision XT. Click on the pie chart to go to the current list of publications in Google Scholar.

 


Free e-book

Want to know more about behavioral neuroscience? Check out our free downloadable e-book where we explain from A to Z why and how we measure certain behavior in rodents, what they translate to and how you can you put EthoVision XT to the most advantage in your research.

Free buyer's guide

Want to know more about the perfect video tracking setup? Already have the basics down and looking for the best solution for your behavioral research? Our video tracking buyer’s guide lays out the groundwork for you and compares all the options out there on the market.

 

Recent videos

EthoVision XT: The video tracking software | Product Tour

Why EthoVision XT is the market leader

3 tips: How to use EthoVision XT | Noldus Product Demo

Learn about EthoVision XT in two minutes!

Using EthoVision XT as an education tool | Noldus Customer Success Story

Our most recent Success Story

 


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Water maze testing and Alzheimer’s

The Morris Water maze test is one of the most used tests for spatial learning and memory in behavioral neuroscience. Read about how EthoVision XT is ideal for this test! 

T-maze and zebrafish testing

The T-maze is a learning and memory task that is often used in rodents studies, but also for zebrafish behavioral research. EthoVision XT easily automates measurements!

Fear conditioning

Fear- a highly conserved behavior in rodents. Read about how EthoVision XT automates this test and accurately measures freezing behavior in this Pavlovian learning tasks for rodents. 

 


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Effects of early life stress

In order to study whether learning and memory is altered after early stress, Oomen and her colleagues subjected male rats to maternal deprivation and tested their spatial learning ability and emotional memory in adulthood. 

Olfactory HaXha

Verhagen and his colleagues used the olfactory habituation/cross-habituation test as a non-invasive spontaneous behavioral task that has been used to study the ability to smell and the capacity to discriminate between stimuli (odors).

Mice avoidance learning

Maroteaux and his colleagues focussed their research project on the complex behavioral response of avoidance learning in mice, using an unsupervised, automated high throughput system: the PhenoTyper.

 


References

Here's a list of recent relevant publications that mention the use of EthoVision XT. Do you want to add your publication to the list? Let us know at [email protected]!

 
 

Webinars

Join Alicia Brantley, PhD for a deep dive into her work involving novel object tests, the challenges associated with these protocols, and the solutions she is exploring to overcome these challenges.

In 45 minutes you learn more about the typical workflow in EthoVision XT. Learn how you can select, analyze, organize and export your data! 

In this webinar, we go over all the things that you need to consider before starting your experiment.

 


Download our product overviews

Neuroscience (interactive)

An overview of our tools for behavioral neuroscience in rodents. 

Animal behavior

A general overview of our tools for all animal behavior research setups. 

Zebrafish (interactive)

An overview of our tools specific for zebrafish behavior studies. 

 


Recent blog posts

Serotonin and social skills: how adult mice differ from juveniles

Serotonin and social skills: how adult mice differ from juveniles

Serotonin is a busy neurotransmitter, influencing processes as memory, mood, emotion, appetite, and sexuality. A prime role for this neurotransmitter is social behavior, across a variety of species; humans, rodents, primates.
Gut microbes: both cause and cure of autism?

Gut microbes: both cause and cure of autism?

Gut microbes can increase or decrease typical autism spectrum disorder behavior (stereotypies, social behavior, locomotion, and communication) via metabolites and influencing alternative gene splicing.
The open field test: A staple in behavioral batteries

The open field test: A staple in behavioral batteries

The open field test is a locomotor, exploratory and/or anxiety test. Can we measure all these behaviors in a simple enclosed arena? This is exactly what we talk about in this blog, and the discussion surrounding this.