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UA Phenotyping Core (UAPC) (Phenotyping)

University of Arizona

1656 E Mabel St

Medical Research Building 340

Tucson, AZ 85724

United States

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Primary Contact:

Marloes Van Den Berg

Last Updated: 07/25/2023

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Facility Details

The University of Arizona Phenotyping Core (UAPC) provides a variety of services to assist researchers with phenotyping of small laboratory animals (mice, rats, guinea pigs, rabbits) with a focus on cardiovascular- neuromuscular-, and respiratory function, and exercise tolerance.

1. Experiments: we perform experiments (i.e., cardiovascular ultrasound, plethysmography, exercise studies), small animal surgeries (i.e., LAD-ligation, transaortic constriction), and data analysis for you.

2. Training: we help you master new equipment, small animal surgeries or data analysis.

3. Equipment rent: we offer a wide range of up-to-date equipment to measure cardiovascular-, neuromuscular-, respiratory function, and exercise tolerance.

4. Consultation: we advice you on experimental design, (physiological) data-collection, analysis, interpretation and IACUC protocols, grant- and manuscript writing.

5. Other requests? Please contact us!

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