Service description: neurobehavioral tracking and observation of mice
Test of exercise capacity in mice: Treadmill test, rotarod test, balance beam test, pole climbing test;
Test of learning and memory capacity in mice: Open field test, holeboard test, novel object recognition test, shuttle box test, water maze test;
Mouse depression test: Spontaneous activity test, tail suspension test, forced swimming test;
Mouse anxiety test: Open field test, high plus maze test, light/dark box test, Startle Response test, body weight, daily food intake, daily water intake;
Mouse pain behavior: Tail flick test, hot plate test, Von Frey test, acetic-acid induced writhing test.
Service advantage: The Noldus behavioral analysis system is used to more comprehensively and accurately reflect the neurological and mental states of mice.
Notice to customers: In order to reduce the impact on the results of behavioral tests due to the stress caused by environmental changes, a one-week adaptation period is required for experimental mice. Because of individual differences in mice and the sensitive nature of the detection, there may be large intra-group differences, thus leading to meaningless results of statistical analysis among different groups. In this case, a larger number of samples are required to overcome the standard deviation.