A-M Systems returns to the Society for Neuroscience conference in San Diego (November 12-16). We’re excited to catch up with our customers, meet new researchers, and introduce our latest instrument.
Model 4100: New Isolated High Power Stimulator
If you haven’t had a chance to test-drive the new isolated stimulator, here’s your chance. The Model 4100 brings you more power, flexible waveform designs, front panel controls, and full control capability from desktop and mobile devices as well as tablets.
Here’s a quick overview of the Model 4100. Full specs are available here.
- Powerful: ± 200 V pulses at 100 mA
- Flexible: Monophasic, Biphasic, Ramps, and User-Defined waveforms
- Convenient: Front Panel controls, Windows, Apple (macOS and iOS), LabVIEW, MATLAB, and Android
- Download the Model 4100 Brochure
Free Starbucks Gift Card for the First 50 A-M Systems Customers
If you have an A-M Systems instrument, please snap a photo or jot down the serial number of the instrument. The first 50 customers to bring a serial number will get a Starbucks gift card. Ask for Dr. Jonathan Bakin, our neuroscience and physiology product manager, or Dr. David Mittmann, our chief engineer. They’ll be on hand to answer any questions you might have.
We’re at Booth #2628 this year.
A-M Systems Instruments in the Papers
Thousands of researchers worldwide have trusted our instruments, premium wires, and other lab supplies over the years. Occasionally we get questions about study designs and examples of applications. Here are some citations for our instruments in no particular order.
- Targeted genetic manipulations of neuronal subtypes using promoter-specific combinatorial AAVs in wild-type animals
- Central auditory neurons display flexible feature recombination functions
- Early Onset of Hypersynchronous Network Activity and Expression of a Marker of Chronic Seizures in the Tg2576 Mouse Model of Alzheimer’s Disease
- Environmental enrichment does not influence hypersynchronous network activity in the Tg2576 mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease
- The spinal control of locomotion and step-to-step variability in left-right symmetry from slow to moderate speeds