Exploring Tissue Chemistry
The Microdialysis probe
The Microdialysis probe designed to mimic a blood capillary, has a semi-permeable membrane that, when perfused with a physiological salt solution, allows an exchange of compounds from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration. A representative proportion of molecules from the extracellular fluid is then carried to the probe outlet for collection and analysis.
|CMA 7 Microdialysis Probe||CMA 8 Microdialysis Probe||CMA 11 Microdialysis Probe||CMA 12 Microdialysis Probe|
|CMA 20 Microdialysis Probe||CMA 30 Microdialysis Probe||CMA 31 Microdialysis Probe||CMA Guide Cannulea's|
CMA 7 probe ==> Especially suited for CNS in mice
CMA 8 probe ==> Use in small areas of the brain or spinal cord
CMA 11 probe ==> For use in discrete brain regions
CMA 12 probe ==> Optimized for CNS use Ideal for chronic implantation
CMA 20 probe ==> Designed for dialysis in blood vessels and peripheral tissues
CMA 30 probe ==> Ideal for peripheral tissues
CMA 31 probe ==> For larger molecules in peripheral tissues
Custum Made Probe ==> For all occasions when standard probes are not adequate.
It is not possible to change or return the custom made products.
Probe Brochure (pdf format)