The Stereotaxic Head Trauma Contusion Device or Cortical Contusion Impactor (for rat and mice) enables researchers to induce traumatic brain injury (TBI) in animal models with great precision and control.
This device allows for reproducible and focal brain injury, making it an essential tool for neuroscience research. The device is fully adjustable and can be customized to the researcher’s specific requirements, ensuring that the impact is delivered to the exact location in the brain that is of interest.
One of the key features of this device is its highly sensitive pressure transducer, which ensures that the force of impact is precisely controlled. This level of precision is critical for researchers who need to induce consistent and reproducible injuries in animal models.
The Stereotaxic Head Trauma Contusion Device can be used in both rat and mouse models, making it a versatile tool for a wide range of research applications. It can be adapted to the Stereotaxic frame to perform the experiment.
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This adaptor is specifically designed for some special applications. The head of the mouse will be fixed by a pair of ear bars, nose, and incisors, […]
The Spinal Cord Impactor is used to generate an animal spinal cord injury model. It is based on the principle of “free fall”, and is composed of a spinal cord holder, manipulator, and strikers.
The stereotaxic impactor is a novel device used for traumatic brain injury (TBI) induction. Allows the experimenters to create a neurotrauma model with an unprecedented degree of reproducibility of the direction of impact and position of the injury.
Highly friendly tool for assessing cord injury mechanisms in basic medical research. This impactor can be perfectly locked and impacted in the spinal cord and combined with our adapters Model RWD-68094 (Mice) and Model RWD-68095 (Rats).
ConductScience offers the Stereotaxic Impactor.