The Radial Arm Maze Test is used to test spatial, working, and reference learning in rodents. In this test food is kept at the end of all the arms or in few selected arms. The animal should to learn to enter each arm without visiting arm more than once or the arm that doesn’t contain food (non baited arm). If the animal enters arm more than once it is termed as working memory errors and it animal enters non baited arm it is termed as reference memory errors.
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Calculate a wide range of parameters related to working and reference memory. Choose the size of the radial arm maze that fits the need of your research.

About VJ Instruments Radial Maze

The VJ Instruments Radial Arm Maze is manufactured using high end material and consists of 8 arms. Maze is available in any custom color.

The Radial Arm Maze comes in as a part of the whole package that includes a Licensed MazeMaster video tracking software, camera with accessories like cables fixing, IR lights, Light fixtures and a PC. Same package can be used to perform tests on a variety of other mazes manufactured by VJ Instruments like radial arm maze, T-Maze, Y-Maze, Morriswater maze, Barne maze, Elevated Zero Maze, Open field Maze etc.

  • The VJ Instruments provides a complete solution to track the rodents in Radial Maze.

    The rodent is placed in the center of maze and is monitored by a MazeMaster video tracking application through a camera that is fixed directly above the maze. MazeMaster software analyzes the video and parameters like latency to first arm, number of entries to each arm, distance travelled, time spent in each arm are recorded by it. The trajectory of the movement is provided by MazeMaster software which helps to analyze movement of the rodent.

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Note: VJ Instruments product development is a continuous process so specifications may change without prior notification.


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