Ultra-Precise Stereotaxic Frame

New Harvard Apparatus Ultra-Precise Stereotaxic Frame with increased resolution.

By | April 25, 2014

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Harvard Apparatus is proud to announce the New Ultra-Precise Stereotaxic Frame. With increased resolution, to 10 µm, it is ideal for use in sensitive mouse and rat stereotaxic surgeries where high-accuracy positioning is required. With up to 80 mm of ventral-dorsal, medial-lateral and anterior-posterior travel and up to 90? angle adjustment in either anterior-posterior or medial-lateral planes, this system offers precision like never before.

Systems are available including single or dual manipulators with a variety of different adaptors and ear bars suitable for rats, mice or both rats and mice.

For those who already have a stereotaxic frame, these Ultra-precise manipulators are compatible with the New Standard, Lab Standard, Just for Mouse and Just for Mice models. Incredibly simple upgrading, allowing users the ultimate in precision.

Harvard Apparatus is a global developer, manufacturer, and distributor of innovative and specialized products to enhance bioresearch.

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Harvard Apparatus Ultra-Precise Stereotaxic Frame

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Depth43.2mm
Height50mm
Width25.4mm

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