Animal Behavior Research Services at BORC

The Animal Behavioral Research Unit can help researchers with phenotype screening of mice and rats in a variety of paradigms, including motor function, rewarding, startle response, spatial learning and memory. These types of screens may be used to phenotype mutant animals, test diet or drug effects on animal muscle and neurological function. The training materials introduce a series of instruments available at BOCR and their application in biomedical research.

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