Description: A compound microscope is a powerful magnification tool commonly used in scientific laboratories for viewing bacteria and other tiny cell samples. A compound microscope can be categorized into an upright microscope and an inverted microscope. A compound microscope can be used for varied purposes like medical research and education.
Equipment Name: Digital Colony Counter
Description: Colony counters are used to estimate a liquid culture’s density of microorganisms by counting individual colonies on an agar plate, slide, mini gel, or Petri dish. Instruments accommodate various sizes and formats, including units that can scan plates and are optimized for use with UV illumination, white light, fluorescent, and/or Green Fluorescent Protein colonies. The counting can be accomplished manually, often with touch pressure and a digital counter, or can be semi- or fully automatic.
Equipment Name: Organ Bath
Description: An organ bath is a chamber in which isolated organs or tissues can be administered with drugs, or stimulated electrically, in order to measure their function.
Equipment Name: Autoclave
Description: An autoclave is a machine used to carry out industrial and scientific processes requiring elevated temperature and pressure in relation to ambient pressure/temperature. Autoclaves are used in medical applications to perform sterilization like surgical equipment, parenteral products & other pharmaceuticals.
Equipment Name: Binocular Microscope
Description: Binocular microscope is used extensively in microelectronics, nanophysics, biotechnology, pharmaceutical research, mineralogy and microbiology. It is used for medical diagnosis, the field being termed histopathology when dealing with tissues, or in smear tests on free cells or tissue fragments.
Equipment Name: Sherrington's Kymograph & Drum
Description: Kymograph is generally used to study the effects of xenobiotics on tissue preparations. It is a standalone recording apparatus used alongside other apparatus such as organ bath. Writing levers are used to trace the recording from muscle contractions.
Equipment Name: Centrifuge Machine
Description: A centrifuge is a laboratory device that is used for the separation of fluids, gas or liquid, based on density. Separation is achieved by spinning a vessel containing material at high speed; the centrifugal force pushes heavier materials to the outside of the vessel
Equipment Name: Electroconvulsiometer
Description: Electroconvulsiometer is used for applying maximal electro-shock through corneal electrodes provided. Instrument is used to study the anti-convulsant activity of phenytoin against maximal electro-shock induced convulsions in rat or mice.
Equipment Name: Acitophotometer
Description: DIGITAL ACTOPHOTOMETER ( ACTIVITY CAGE) is designed to study the spontaneous or induced or locomotor activity in small animals like mice or rats. In this apparatus, we have used the Optical sensors and emitters to record the horizontal movements of the animals on a six digit digital counter display.
Equipment Name: Sherrington Drum
Description: Sherrington Recording Drum. Kymograph consisting of a revolving drum, bearing a kymograph paper on which a stylus moves up and down displaying the effects of the drugs on contractile tissues, is commonly used in experimental physiology and pharmacology laboratories in teaching institutions.