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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!

Video tracking and the elevated plus maze

Are you interested in finding out how video tracking reliably automates your elevated plus maze test? What advantages video tracking software brings to your research? Then download this white paper for free!

 


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Publications

Here are a couple of recent relevant publications that show how EthoVision XT was used for tests with mazes. Do you want to add your publication to the list? Let us know at marcom@noldus.nl!

 
 


Recent blog posts

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Diazepam in the battle against Alzheimer’s

Scientists have found out that a low dose of the tranquilizer diazepam reduces the breakdown of neurons, seen in the development of Alzheimer’s disease.
Making the impossible possible – Tracking under water in the dark

Making the impossible possible – Tracking under water in the dark

European eels (Anguilla anguilla) have a life cycle in which both larvae and adults travel incredible distances. The eggs hatch in the Sargasso Sea near North America and the larvae swim all the way to Europe.
About unexpected results: predator odor excites mice

About unexpected results: predator odor excites mice

The temperature of the tail and eyes of rodents is indicative of their emotional state. What would be the effect of a specific predator cue?