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The Thermal Gradient Ring is a novel device, which allows recording and analysis of Comprehensive Thermal Preference Phenotyping in Mice, according to Zimmermann's method. 
Used to investigate chemotaxis of fast or slow migrating adherent cells and non-adherent cells in gel matrices.
The severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) outbreak at the end of 2002 was a global infectious disease epidemic. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), over 8,000 people were infected and over 700 died worldwide. The culprit causing the epidemic was the SARS coronavirus (SARS-CoV), which is named for the coronal or crown shape on the outer membrane of the virus.

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28 05.20
Animalab invites you to participate in a free of charge webinar: “Zebrafish model research applications” Date and time: 16th of June 2020 from 2 PM till 4 PM.  Register now Zebrafish: about...
17 03.20
Dear Customers, Due to growing restrictions related to the recommendations of the Chief Sanitary Inspector and many inquiries from our clients, we would like to inform you that Animalab works at...
16 01.20
Focus of the Meeting The first international “Cell Culture Under Flow” meeting will bring together scientists from a variety of fields (e.g., vascular research, immunology, barrier function), who...

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Introducing Phantom2, the latest innovation in animal transfer stations from Allentown! The Phantom2 expands upon everything that made the original Phantom great, with improved ISO Class 3 airflow, the new Active Barrier ContainmentTM (ABC) system, technologic and ergonomic enhancements to improve ease of use, lighter weight, a variety of optional features for added convenience, and so much more!
SomnoSuite is our innovative low-flow anesthesia delivery system designed specifically for mice and rats. Unlike traditional vaporizers, the SomnoSuite is engineered with a precision syringe pump and integrated digital vaporizer which uses either room air or compressed gas to deliver anesthesia at low flow rates proportionate to the animal's size. Using less anesthesia not only benefits the animal during procedures, but significantly reduces the risk of exposure to lab personnel from waste anesthesia gas.