Stereo Navi 2.0: software for stereotaxic surgery of the common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus)

Neuroscience Research
Hironobu TokunoYasuhisa Nakamura


Recently, we reported our web-accessible digital brain atlas of the common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus) at Using digital images obtained during construction of this website, we developed stand-alone software for navigation of electrodes or injection needles for stereotaxic electrophysiological or anatomical experiments in vivo. This software enables us to draw lines on exchangeable section images, measure the length and angle of lines, superimpose a stereotaxic reference grid on the image, and send the image to the system clipboard. The software, Stereo Navi 2.0, is freely available at our brain atlas website.


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