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Phenotyping Course Schedule 07

Phenotyping for Functional Genetics, ME:680.712 

3rd quarter/2nd semester: January 10- March 8, 2007;
Wednesday & Thursday 2:30pm  - 4:00pm
Room: BRB 801; Enrollment limited to 15.

Lecture 2, Thursday Jan 11

Julie Watson, MA, VetMB, Diplomate ACLAM
Director, Rodent Medicine and Surgery Program
Associate Professor, Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology

Basic Mouse Neurobehavioral Examination ('How to give a mouse a physical')
PDF of the powerpoint presentation

Go to RAR website for information on rodent health survillance, diagnostic testing, import/export, quarantine, fostering program, genotyping.

         

REFERENCES

Bailey, K. R., N. R. Rustay, et al. (2006). "Behavioral phenotyping of transgenic and knockout mice: practical concerns and potential pitfalls." Ilar J 47(2): 124-31.

Branchi, I. and L. Ricceri (2002). "Transgenic and knock-out mouse pups: the growing need for behavioral analysis." Genes Brain Behav 1(3): 135-41.

Crabbe, J. C., D. Wahlsten, et al. (1999). "Genetics of mouse behavior: interactions with laboratory environment." Science 284(5420): 1670-2.Go to Article.

Crawley, J. N. (2000). What's Wrong with My Mouse? Behavioral Phenotyping of Transgenic and Knockout Mice. New York, NY, Wiley Liss.

Rogers, D. C., E. M. Fisher, et al. (1997). "Behavioral and functional analysis of mouse phenotype: SHIRPA, a proposed protocol for comprehensive phenotype assessment." Mamm Genome 8(10): 711-3. Go to Article.

Wahlsten, D., P. Metten, et al. (2003). "Different data from different labs: lessons from studies of gene-environment interaction." J Neurobiol 54(1): 283-311.

        

For additional information, contact Dr. Brayton.

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