The Rodent Tubular Holder is used to hold and/or restrain small rodents such as mice or rats during experiments or procedures. These devices are typically made of plastic and come in a variety of designs, such as a tube-like shape or a restraining box. They are used in research studies to hold the animal in a specific position or immobilize it during the experiment.
Just the arm allows for a secondary parallel surgery if you have an extra base. Or, perhaps you are interested in giving yourself a high five […]
Rats have 4 limbs, its time to give your stereotaxic surgery frame a 2nd arm to keep up. This allows you to deliver drugs and ablations […]
Ultraprecision upgrade allows for very fine resolution of movements. Make sure you get the part of the brain you’re looking for. 10 micron resolution. Price is […]
A stereotaxic microdrill holder is a tool used in neurosurgery to precisely position a microdrill at a specific location in the brain. The tool is attached to a stereotaxic frame, which is a device that allows for the precise localization of specific brain regions.
The Microdrill Holder fixes the hand-held cranial drill to the operating arm of the locator controlling the drilling depth through the lifting of the operating arm. With this, the procedure is simple and accurate to avoid damage to the animal’s brain tissue or excessive drilling.
The holding range is 14.5mm.
Conduct Science offers Microdrill Holders and Microdrill
Stereotaxic triple holder for cranial drills, electrode holders, and syringe pumps3mm-14mm in size.
Gives the ability of your temperature controller to receive real-time feedback from a heating pad, automatically controlling the homeostatic temperature of your rodent or animal model. […]