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Robot Stereotaxic Instruments for Mouse
Motorized versions of our ever popular Mouse Stereotaxic Instruments
|51715||Robotic Lab Standard with Mouse Adaptor||Login|
|58640||Robot Drill for Motorized Stereotaxic Systems||Login|
|58645||Injection Robot for Motorized Stereotaxic Systems||Login|
|58643||Robot Drill & Injection Bundle for Motorized Stereotaxic Sys||Login|
|51722||Laptop Computer Only (Robotic Stereotaxic Sys)||Login|
|51705||Stereotaxic Robot Drill and Microinjector Robot, Mouse||Login|
|51749||Robot Drill AutoStop Function, ADD ON||Login|
Our Mouse-specific Stereotaxic Instruments were specifically designed for use with knock-out and transgenic mice. Robotic Mouse Stereotaxic Instruments include customized motors and the state-of-the-art StereoDrive software to allow motorized, computer controlled stereotaxic positioning in all 3 orthogonal axes. The intuitive movement control and integrated stereotaxic atlas enables unprecedented accuracy and higher throughput in all stereotaxic applications.
NEW FEATURE: The ONLY stereotaxic instrument on the market with an integrated warming base included on all units! Simply purchase Stoelting’s Rodent Warmer Control Box X1 (item 53800), or Rodent Warmer Control Box X2 (item 53850) to use the warming function.
The 51705 Robot Drill and Microinjector System, Mouse only includes the following:
1 ea. 51715 Robotic Lab Standard Stereotaxic, Mouse with StereoDrive software and controller
1 ea. 58643 Robot Drill & Injection Bundle for Motorized Stereotaxic Systems
1 ea. 51749 Robot Drill AutoStop Function, ADD ON
1 ea. 51722 Laptop Computer for Motorized/Robot Stereotaxic Instruments
Included with Robotic Stereotaxics
Axis StereoDrive Software integrates seamlessly with the precision controlled motors. Motor movement can be executed by using the keyboard arrow keys or clicking on the screen with the mouse.
The software coordinates motor movement of all 3 axes (anterior-posterior, medial-lateral, and dorsal-ventral) probe placement in relation to 3-dimensional visual representation of a rat (Paxinos & Watson, 6th Edition) or mouse (Watson, 3rd edition) Brain Atlas.
- Easy calibration
- Software-driven control of stereotaxic movement
- Virtual visualization of probe location
- One micron resolution
- Download coordinates to computer for recall and/or archiving
- Angle adjustments
- Variable speed on 2-axis (dorsal-ventral)
Integrated with Paxinos and Watson’s Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates, the intuitive movement control enables unprecedented accuracy and higher throughput in all stereotaxic applications
Image manipulations include:
- Spatial Rotation
- Fixed Rotation