The Zantiks AD is used in laboratories across the world that study the behaviour of zebrafish. These include Caroline Brennan's lab at Queen Mary University of London, where 18 units have been in operation since 2016.
The use of zebrafish to identify genes affecting working memory
The Zebrafish Neurobiology and Behavioural Genetics group at Queen Mary, University of London, led by Dr Caroline Brennan, is using the Zantiks AD system to investigate the genes affecting working memory and age-related cognitive decline, using zebrafish as the model organism.
Simplifying behavioural protocols for zebrafish
The Brain and Behaviour lab at University of Portsmouth, led by Dr Matt Parker, uses Zantiks units in its research into basic neural and behavioural biology of impulsive / compulsive disorders and the effects of drugs during early brain development on behaviour and cognition.