The small footprint and affordable price of this behavioural testing equipment make it easy to scale up research studies using Zantiks units
A wide range of model organisms, from crustacea, flies to fish and rodents, can be monitored in the automated Zantiks units
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Watch this quick introductory video and find out how you can measure behaviour, simply, with the integrated Zantiks unit
The fully integrated Zantiks units enable reproducible protocols such as the 5-choice serial reaction time task as illustrated in this video. With an isolated chamber and built-in stimuli the environment is replicated exactly for each adult zebrafish studied.
18 October 2018
The lateral presentation of images during behavioural experiments is now possible with the new add-on side screen for the Zantiks AD. Easy to install, the screen sits either at the back or front of the AD's chamber, and is used in conjunction with a tank with clear end and a 2-choice insert.
03 September 2018
We are showcasing the range of experiments that can be done with Drosophila in the Zantiks MWP unit at Neurofly 2018 in Krakow this week.
10 August 2018
In an interview with Neuroscience News and Research behavioural neuroscientist and pharmacologist Dr Matt Parker explains how the Zantiks units have helped transform his behavioural research with zebrafish.