Stereotax Mouse

Rodent Stereotactic Frames
In 1991 Charles Crist Designed and manufactured the first MRI compatible Stereotactic frame for use in the MRI. Since then the product has morphed several times keeping up with the leading edge of medical research. The MRI Compatible Stereotactic frame is used to hold the head firm during imaging in the MRI and CAT scan.
The Crist MRI compatible Stereotactic frames are constructed out of all plastic materials. These units come in a variety of sizes to accommodate different scanner sizes and animal sizes.


General specifications:

  • Distance between AP bars 10.013 cm (3.942 in.)
  • Length of stereotactic frame 30.102 cm (11.851 in.)
  • Length of AP bars 20.32 cm (8 in.)