A head mounted stainless steel stereotaxic apparatus for precise locallization of probes/cannulas in selected regions of the mammalian brain. Novel aspects of this apparatus include versatility in placement of probe/cannula in selected sites in the brain, mobility of the animal after attachment of the apparatus to the frontal bone, and repeated use of the same instrument on different animal species.
Iowa State University Research Foundation, Inc.
Anderson, Lloyd L., "Head mounted stereotaxic apparatus" (1991). Iowa State University Patents. 31.