The Berlin Mouse Clinic for Neurology and Psychiatry (BMC) is a research institution at Humboldt University, affiliated with the NeuroCure Center of Excellence and Charité medical school. It is funded by the German federal and state government, and through our collaborating partners. The BMC takes a core position in the process of translating preclinical discovery to clinical practice.
Our team at the BMC comprises researchers from neurosciences, behavioural and computer sciences in addition to mechatronic engineers and technical assistants especially trained in behavioural phenotyping of rodents.
The BMC diagnostics laboratory is equipped with the most recent technology for behavioural diagnostics and phenotyping of rats and mice. Twenty behaviour analysis rooms house about one hundred diagnostic testing procedures for neurological and psychiatric function in rodents.
This package countaint PPI, grip strength, Shirpa and open field test for 28 animals (7 males and 7 females with 2 genotypes), as described on https://www.mousephenotype.org/impress. The price does not include aquisition or transport of the mice. You will receive raw data and graphic representation of the analysed data.
Experts in behavioral analysis in mouse and rats will analyse your project and help you design the behavioral part of your studies. For example, you may provide us with a clear description of the symptoms of the human disease you are trying to model and some important literature of behavioral studies in your field; and we come up with a test battery fitted to your need. Part of the price can be waived against authorship in the future paper. Count about 5 hours for a confirmation of a design you would come with, and at least 10 hours for a novel design.
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