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Application Fact Sheets

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.
Recent citations highlighting various research applications, routes of administration and long-term delivery in mice, using ALZET Osmotic pumps.
Neuroscience research applications using ALZET pumps.
Neuroscience research applications using ALZET pumps
Pharmacology research applications using ALZET pumps.
Translational research applications using ALZET pumps.

Product Data Sheets

Specifications and general information on iPrecio, a programmable, refillable, and implantable infusion pump that enables complex dosing protocols in rats and larger animals.
Specifications and general information on our various wound closure products which facilitate faster and easier skin closure after surgery.
Specifications and general 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 sterile catheter tubing commercially available from DURECT Corp.
New flow moderators available for purchase.  These colored flow moderators are compatible with bio-luminescence imaging and allow for easier pump identification.

Surgical Sheets

Package Inserts

Video Clips

Selected ALZET Scientific Publications

Theeuwes F and Yum SI. Principles of the design and operation of generic osmotic pumps for the delivery of semisolid or liquid drug formulations. Ann Biomed Eng 1976;4(4):343-353.
Fara J, and Urquhart J. The Value of Infusion and Injection Regimens in Assessing Efficacy and Toxicity of Drugs.   Trends Pharmacol Sci 1984;5(1):21-25.
Urquhart J, Fara J, and Willis KL. Rate-controlled Delivery Systems in Drug and Hormone Research. Ann Rev Pharmacol Toxicol 1984;24:199-236.
Sendelbeck SL and Urquhart J. Spatial distribution of dopamine, methotrexate, and antipyrine during continuous intracerebral microperfusion. Brain Res 1985;328:251-258.
Pre-Clinical Continuous Intravenous Infusion. (Smith & Healing, editors, Taylor and Francis, London): Chapter 21. Perkins L, Peer C, and Murphy-Hackley P. The use of mini-osmotic pumps in continuous infusion studies.

Speaker's Presentation Materials

Theeuwes F and Yum SI. Principles of the design and operation of generic osmotic pumps for the delivery of semisolid or liquid drug formulations. Ann Biomed Eng 1976;4(4):343-353.
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Pre-Clinical Continuous Intravenous Infusion. (Smith & Healing, editors, Taylor and Francis, London): Chapter 21. Perkins L, Peer C, and Murphy-Hackley P. The use of mini-osmotic pumps in continuous infusion studies.

 

Since 1977, scientist around the world have used ALZET pumps to conduct their research, publishing their results in high-impact journals. The ALZET bibliography now contains over 16,000 publications! We can perform a custom search for references relevant to your research.

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What researchers are saying...

“Angiostatin was administered through continuous infusion...the continuous administration of angiogenesis inhibitors has greater therapeutic efficacy than the more commonly used twice-daily injections.” (p. 80) Reijneveld et al., European Journal of Clinical Investigation 2003;33:76-81.