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Nerve Cond Chamber w/drain+lid
Part #: NERVE1, NERVE2

This acrylic, desktop Nerve  Conduction Chamber has 15 stainless steel pins for recording and stimulating a variety of different nerve preparations. Each stainless steel pin is spaced 5 mm apart to provide a variety of recording and stimulating configurations. The sockets accept 2 mm plugs and interface with the BSLCBL2A stimulation cable and the BSLCBL4B recording cable.

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Subcategories: Nerve - Education, Nerve - Research

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The unique design of the NERVE1 chamber includes:

  • Deep Reservoir(35 mL) for containing Ringers or other solutions
  • Drain (with valve & hose) to facilitate extended viability of your preparation
  • Agent Well for adding compounds (such as ether or dry ice)
  • Lid to enclose the preparation when the protocol requires it.

The NERVE2 chamber includes:

  • Reservoir for containing Ringers or other solutions
  • Drain (with valve & hose) to facilitate extended viability of your preparation

See BSL PRO Lesson A03 Frog Sciatic Nerve Compound Action Potential: Nerve Conduction Using the Frog Sciatic Nerve.

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