Rodent Preclinical Phenotyping Core
The Rodent Preclinical Phenotyping Core (RPPC) houses various instruments to measure and quantitate mouse physiology and behavior. We offer a wide variety of state of the art equipment to help expedite comprehensive research in many fields, including Behavior, Cardiovascular, Cancer, Chemical, Metabolic, and Skeletomuscular. Training and experimental support is available.
With our extensive experience in preclinical phenotyping using a variety of mouse and other small animal models, we can help guide you at every step in your translational research. At the planning stages, we provide consulting to determine the optimal molecular, physiological and behavioral assays to address your research goals. We maintain a wide suite of equipment supporting metabolic skeletomuscular, immune, cardiovascular, behavioral, cancer and molecular assays for detailed phenotyping of animal models, and provide access for generating preliminary data for new grant applications. We also provide access to a unique mouse genetic reference population, the collaborative cross which enables investigations into the genetic bases and health and disease-related traits and environmental responses.
Maintain a wide suite of state-of-the-art equipment supporting metabolic, skeletomuscular, cardiovascular, behavioral, cancer, and molecular assays for detailed murine phenotyping.
Oversee investigator experimental consultations and extensive training on all equipment within our suite.
Understand the various needs of our clients to help determine the optimal molecular, physiological and behavioral assays necessary to address their research goals.
Support multi-disciplinary teams of investigators in obtaining preliminary data for new grant applications and publications.
Enable access to the unique mouse genetic reference population – the Collaborative Cross.
The murine model provides an invaluable vector to study the effects of genetic, biotic and environmental agents across a population. Our mission is to provide the resources necessary for a multidisciplinary field of investigators to research these effects and potential solutions to those impacted.
Alexandra Trott, Ph.D.
- Associate Director of the Rodent Preclinical Phenotyping Core | Texas A&M Institute for Genome Sciences and Society
- Ph: (979) 458-7782 |
- Research Assistant of the Rodent Preclinical Phenotyping Core | Texas A&M Institute for Genome Sciences and Society
- Ph: (832) 216-3829 |
Location & Hours of Operation
Staffed Monday-Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
0972 Agronomy Rd.
College Station, TX. 77843
To Reserve Equipment
- Most equipment listed below can be reserved through the iLab portal.
- To use the facilities managed via the iLab system, you will need to establish an account. For a member of a lab to be able to make requests in iLab, the lab’s PI must already be a registered user.
- PIs cannot register for an account using the Login button. To be added to the system, PIs need to send their UIN and Netid username to .
- External users who are not eligible for a TAMU Netid can sign up or login using iLab credentials.
- After you have an account, login at the CoreFacilities page and scroll until you come to the Rodent Preclinical Phenotyping Core. Click here to view all the services provided.
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