PhenoTyper

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Neuroscience (interactive)

An overview of our tools for behavioral neuroscience in rodents.

 

Webinars

Lessons From The Core: Longitudinal Assessment vs. Point Sampling of Behaviors in Mice

Join Lior Bikovski and Shivang Parikh from Tel-Aviv University for a presentation on longitudinal behavioral studies and how to optimize the use of home cage monitoring (HCM) systems for behavioral research.

Long term rodent studies in neuroscience

In this talk, we investigate how animal research can be extended in to long-term observations, following the path human research has entered for some time already which resulted in great new insights.

 


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References

Here's a selection of recent publications with PhenoTyper. Let us know if you want your publication to be added at marcom@noldus.nl!

 

 



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