Information on the use of ALZET pumps with bioluminescence imaging.
Cancer research applications using ALZET pumps.
Use of ALZET pumps for chronic delivery applications.
Humanized mouse models research applications using ALZET pumps.
General information on the use of ALZET pumps in immunodeficient mice.
General information on the use of ALZET pumps in mice.
Neuroscience products and research applications using ALZET pumps
Pharmacology research applications using ALZET pumps.
Translational research applications using ALZET pumps.
Specifications and general information on specialized catheters available for targeted delivery applications
Information about colored flow moderators for use during bio-luminescence imaging applications or for easier pump identification.
Specifications and general information on iPrecio SMP-200 pumps, which are programmable, refillable, and implantable infusion pumps for complex dosing studies in rats and larger animals.
Specifications and general information on iPrecio SMP-310R pumps, which are programmable, refillable, and implantable infusion pumps for complex dosing studies in mice and larger animals.
Specifications and information about ALZET products related to neuroscience research, including ALZET pump models, ALZET Brain Infusion Kits, cannula holders, wound closure systems, and cyanoacrylate adhesive gel (Loctite 454).
Specifications and general information on our various wound closure products which facilitate faster and easier skin closure after surgery.
This video provides an overview of the ALZET technology, benefits and applications.
This video describes proper filling of the ALZET pump and and surgical techniques for implantation in rats and mice (including subcutaneous and interperitoneal implantation, and the use of a catheter for intravenous, intrathecal, intragastric, and cranial/cerebral infusion).
This video shows the parts of the pump and describes how the pump operates to enable continuous delivery of experimental agents.
This video shows lab animals implanted with ALZET pumps, and  describes how ALZET pumps improve animal welfare by reducing the stress caused by repetitive injections and frequent animal handling.
This video describes the mechanism of operation for the iPRECIO pump.
Detailed description of the features and applications of the iPRECIO SMP-200 pumps for rats and larger animals
Detailed description of the features and applications of the iPRECIO SMP-310R pumps for mice and larger animals
Description of the programmable infusion modes for iPRECIO pumps
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