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.
The Weight Drop TBI apparatus generally consists of two main parts: the U-shaped Plexiglas box and a collection sponge.
The typical weight drop mTBI equipment consists of a U-shaped Plexiglas stand, a plastic guide tube, brass weights, a clamp stand, a fishing line, and a collection sponge. The lightly anesthetized rodent is placed supine on a scored tin foil with its head directly in the pathway of the falling weight.
ConductScience offers the Weight Drop TBI apparatus.