The classic U-frame stereotaxic instrument is a standard in research laboratories in neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neuropharmacology and neurosurgery.
Positionned around a U-shaped frame and using specific reference points on the surface of the skull, it applies a three-dimensional coordinate system to isolate precise targets in the brain, allowing researchers to perform minimally invasive surgery, such as accurate injection, stimulation, or EEG signal recording.
The device is supplied with a manipulator connected to a digital box which allows the real-time display of the positioning in the 3 axes with an accuracy of 10μm. This box has a reset button that can be used at any time to avoid secondary readings and calculations. It is also battery powered to prevent the risk of electronic interference.
- 400x500 mm
- 10 µm