Animal feeding equipment: including cages, drinking fountains, feeders, mattresses, etc., to provide the basic conditions required for animal survival.

Anesthesia equipment: including anesthesia machines, anesthesia needles, anesthesia gases, etc., used to anesthetize animals during surgery or research.

Biological safety cabinet: used to protect laboratory personnel and animals from harmful microorganisms.

Pathology equipment: including microscopes, tissue slicers, stains, etc., used to study pathological changes in animal tissues or organs.

Molecular biology equipment: including PCR instrument, gel electrophoresis device, etc., used to study the changes of animal DNA, RNA, protein and other molecular levels.

Imaging equipment: including X-ray machines, CT, MRI, etc., used to study the structure and function of animal organs.

Blood analysis equipment: including blood analyzers, blood gas analyzers, etc., used to study blood components and physiological states of animals.

Data collection equipment: including biological signal collectors, data recorders, etc., used to collect and record physiological parameters and behavioral data of animals.