Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Products for Rodents

rNSET™ (Non-Surgical Embryo & Sperm Transfer) Device for Rats 70010 (10 Devices per Box)


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10 Devices/Box

ParaTechs’ rNSET™ (Non-Surgical Embryo and Sperm Transfer) Device for Rats 70010 revolutionizes rat uterine embryo transfer by reducing cost and eliminates the need for animal anesthesia and recovery normally required for conventional surgical procedures. Compare this methodology with the time, expense, and training required to accomplish the same task with other methods and you will discover that the NSET procedure is humane, quick and cost effective.

The rNSET™ (Non-Surgical Embryo and Sperm Transfer) Device for Rats 70010 is manufactured in the USA, solely for ParaTechs Corporation, by an FDA Registered Medical Device Manufacturer and ISO 13485:2003 Registered Company and is EtO (Ethylene Oxide) sterilization processed. Patent Information: Non-Surgical Embryo Transfer Method and Apparatus, United States Patent 9,615,903. [PDF]

Harmonized Tariff: 3926.90.9910

10% Discount on orders of 10 or more boxes. Discount applies automatically at checkout. 

For international customers, please contact ParaTechs for orders over 8 boxes. This website is currently unable to process the Customs Documents for orders over $2500. 

rNSET 70010 Video

Rodent Embryo Transfer and the 3Rs



Non-Surgical Rat Embryo Transfer:

  • Transfer of cryorecovered embryos
  • Transfer embryos after IVF with cryopreserved sperm
  • Rederivation for pathogen removal

Non-Surgical Rat Sperm Transfer:

  • Rapid colony expansion
  • Production of age matched cohorts
  • Assisted breeding for aged animals


  • No pain - No distress
  • Eliminates surgical complications
  • No anesthesia or analgesia
  • No post-procedure monitoring
  • Reduces regulatory burden by eliminating need to justify survival surgery
  • Cost effective
  • Reduces costs >75%
  • Easy procedure
  • Time saving (<1 minute to perform)
  • Convenient
  • Sterile and ready to use
  • 3Rs Implementation (Reduce & Refine)


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