Spinal Cord Injury Device
The SCI device is constructed using a steel impounder inserted into a Teflon base. The impounder is attached to the end of the hollow tube by a horizontal pin to guide the weight and to prevent it from bouncing on impact. The weight is made of Teflon coated stainless steel and is supported by a removable pin which is also used to release the weight. Rod magnet is used for retrieval of the weight after the injury.
SS Micro Clamps$57.00 – $69.00
ConductScience’s SS Micro Clamps help achieve hemostasis.
St. Martin 1×2 Teeth Tissue Forceps
The ST.MARTIN 1×2 Teeth Tissue Forceps are a high-quality medical instrument designed for the precision handling of delicate tissues during surgical procedures. These forceps feature a 1×2 teeth pattern that provides a secure grip on tissue without causing damage or trauma and a straight design that allows for easy access to hard-to-reach areas. With 1.0mm tips and a length of 8cm, these forceps are ideal for the precise handling of small tissues or sutures. Made from durable materials and engineered for reliable performance, the ST.MARTIN 1×2 Teeth Tissue Forceps-Str is an essential tool for any surgical team seeking superior quality and precision in their instruments.
1unit = $68/unit
1 package of 10 units = $64/unit
Stainless Steel Rabbit Restrainer$530.00
3 to 7.5kg Rabbits 38 x 17 x 23 cm Lower height: (22 cm). Upper height (28.5 cm) Adjustable neck with soft fitting material
Standard Manual Stereotaxic for Rat and Mouse$4,390.00
1. Accurate to 100μm
2. Classic U-frame design
3. Scales are laser engraved
4. Gas anesthesia is compatible
5. Interchangeable adaptors
6. With ear bars, holder and adaptor
7. Vertical and horizontal adjustment of ear and nose posts accommodates rodents of all sizes
Standard Rat Stereotaxic Arm only Surplus Part$1,900.00
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 […]
Standard Rat Stereotaxic Dual Arm Upgrade$2,400.00
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 […]
Standard Rat Stereotaxic Ultraprecise Arm Upgrade$1,400.00
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 […]
Standard Stereotaxic Manual Surgery Instrument for Rat$3,100.00
The Standard Manual Stereotaxic Instrument is important equipment in the fields of neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neuropharmacology, and neurosurgery. It uses the marks on the surface of the skull (such as the bregma point) as the basic reference point to determine a certain subcortical layer of the animal through three-dimensional movement. The location of the nerve structure (nucleus), and then complete the directional injection, stimulation, destruction, guidance, and positioning of the nerve structure. It can be used to establish animal models of Parkinson’s disease, animal models of epilepsy, brain tumor models, and learning, research on memory, neural stem cell transplantation in the brain, cerebral ischemia, etc. This is the Manual version of the Digital Stereotaxic Instrument for Rat.
Steel Frame with Casters$890.00 – $1,990.00
Type A Mouse Type A Rat Type B Mouse Type B Rat Steel Frame, Phenolic Swivel Steel Frame, Phenolic Swivel $890 $990 Two Floor Locks Two […]
Stereotaxic Digital Compatible Active Anesthesia System
A Stereotaxic Digital Compatible Active Anesthesia System is a specialized setup used in small rodent surgical procedures that involve precise manipulation of brain tissues. It combines a stereotaxic frame (a tool for accurately positioning the animal’s head) with a compatible active anesthesia system. This setup allows for the precise delivery of anesthetic gases and continuous monitoring of the animal’s vital signs during surgery.
Stereotaxic Impactor – (Precise Spinal Cord Impactor)$15,400.00 – $15,680.00
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.