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  • MRI stereotaxic instrument

MRI Stereotaxic Instruments

  • MRI Stereotaxic Instruments have all the functions of Standard Stereotaxic Instruments. The dog/monkey adaptor is configured to into the front end of the animal’s hearing organ through a ear bars for accurate and firm fixation of the animal. The animal is held in place by the adjustable eye bar and upper jaw plate to prevent head rotation. All parts of this device are made of specific non-metallic materials, which are specially used in animal experiments under nuclear magnetic environment. It has a good fixation effect and meets the unique needs of accurate positioning of animal heads in brain science research experiments.

Technical Specifications

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1. Completely plastic materials, MRI compatible, also suitable for nuclear environment

2. Adaptors are available for dogs, monkeys, pigs, and other large animals.

3. Y-axis slide design, longer moving range: ± 100mm, 1mm resolution. Optional AP Micro-driver, the resolution of Y-axis promoted to 50μm.

4. Frame bar centerline distance: 178.5mm

5. Holds up to six manipulator arms for more independent operations.

6. Unique jaw plate design better stabilizes the heads of large animals of varying weights

7. Extended base plate (420mm x 200mm) is applicable for a variety of animal sizes.

8. Laser engraved scales enable comfortable reading.

9. Ear bar locked plate pressing instead of clamping ensures more stability.

Model Product Description
68915 MRI Compatible Stereotaxic for Dog/Monkey/68081/Base Plate(Customized)
68941 2-axis Manip for Dog/Monkey Stereotaxic, Left Hand
68942 2-axis Manip for Dog/Monkey Stereotaxic, Right Hand
68024 2-axis Digital Readout for Upgrade-68000
68944 2-axis Digital Manip for Dog/Monkey Stereotaxic, Left Hand
68945 2-axis Digital Manip for Dog/Monkey Stereotaxic, Right Hand
68104 AP-Microdriver (50um)


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