The effects of altered gene expression (transgenic, knock-out or knock-in animals) on the function of the central nervous system are complex and require extensive characterization using the appropriate behavioural tests.

The Neurophenotyping service platform of the Douglas Hospital Research Centre provides expertise in all aspects of behavioural testing as well as data analysis and interpretation. The Neurophenotyping service platform Centre is fully equipped to accommodate a full battery of behavioural tests relevant to anxiety, memory and learning, motor function, nociception and drug effects, stress, Impulsivity and test for drug side effects.

Service Request

Experts in the field will assist the researcher in the behavioural Phenotyping of genetically modified mice by providing a range of services, including consultation, training in the execution of tests and the performance and analysis of experiments.


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