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High Speed Stereotaxic Robot

High Speed Stereotaxic Robot

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Model:
51600
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Overview

Neurostar is the inventor and only manufacturer of the Robot Stereotaxic system StereoDrive. Using the Robot Stereotaxic, you can focus on the experiment without having to manipulate the stereotaxic. It allows motorized, computer controlled positioning of the probe. Atlas integration and intuitive movement control enables high accuracy, high-throughput electrophysiology and stereotaxic injections.

The Drill & Microinjection Robot is a unique stereotaxic instrument for automated drilling, followed by ultraprecise injection without tool exchange. After loading the syringe you can perform injections in subsequent animals without recalibration. Atlas integration, intuitive computer control of the stereotaxic frame and alignment correction ensure that all the procedures are precise and efficient.

Key Benefits
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One of StereoDrive‘s outstanding advantage is that you no longer have to concentrate on the conversion of frame coordinates into atlas coordinates. With StereoDrive you focus on the atlas and letting the software do all required calculations.
StereoDrive achieves an unprecedented high-precision positioning unachieved by manual or digital-readout stereotaxic instruments.
Using StereoDrive, probe positioning is executed computer controlled eliminating hand-transmitted vibrations

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