Hand-operated CPP (conditioned place preference) test unit for modelling zebrafish drug addiction

Made:
2011 in London

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Hand-operated CPP (conditioned place preference) test unit for modelling drug addiction in zebrafish, made from an unused housing unit for mice. Designed by Alistair Brock, Matthew Parker, and Caroline Brennan at Queen Mary, University of London, 2011.

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Category:
Psychology, Psychiatry & Anthropometry
Object Number:
2014-432
Materials:
paper (fibre product), polypropylene
credit:
Queen Mary University of London; Brennan, Caroline
status:
Permanent collection

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