Experts discuss current biosafety requirements and what home cage monitoring can teach us in bioexclusion and biocontainment studies.
Archive for: behavioral phenotyping
A growing body of evidence suggests that Home Cage Monitoring studies are becoming key tools for in vivo animal research for three main reasons: reduction in animal distress thereby increasing welfare, minimization of biases (wanted and unwanted), and increased reproducibility of data.
Experts discuss case studies and experimental data from various applications using a newly developed automated system to measure vision based on the optomotor reflex.
An essential webinar for scientists interested in recording synchronized video with physiological measurements in human or animal research applications.
This webinar highlights a noninvasive method for studying sleep in rodents. Topics covered include 3Rs, user experience, automation and data analysis.
An essential webinar for all scientists interested in startle response research -- Michael Kinder provides insight on the underlying technologies used in startle systems and explains what researchers should know about sensor capabilities and limitations and how that knowledge can help create effective protocols, address calibration and properly analyze data.
Dr. Will Redfern of AstraZeneca and Dr. Sara Wells of MRC Harwell discuss 24/7 monitoring of group-housed rodents in their true IVC racked home cage environment for safety pharmacology and phenotyping applications.
Dr. John Lighton, PhD and InsideScientific discuss the importance of metabolism and its relation to behavioral studies in the mouse model.
Doctors Ewelina Knapska, David Wolfer, and Holger Russig provide insights into high-throughput cognition testing of individual rodents within their social environment