Comprehensive phenotypic analysis of the Dp1Tyb mouse strain reveals a broad range of down syndrome-related phenotypes
Phenotyping in Mice Using Continuous Home Cage Monitoring and Ultrasonic Vocalization Recordings
Loss of Frrs1l disrupts synaptic AMPA receptor function, and results in neurodevelopmental, motor, cognitive and electrographical abnormalities
Loss of Bardet-Biedl syndrome proteins causes synaptic aberrations in principal neurons
Assessing mouse behaviour throughout the light/dark cycle using automated in-cage analysis tools
Phenotyping first-generation genome editing mutants: a new standard?
Analysis of Individual Mouse Activity in Group Housed Animals of Different Inbred Strains using a Novel Automated Home Cage Analysis System
Disruption of the homeodomain transcription factor orthopedia homeobox (Otp) is associated with obesity and anxiety
Loss-of-Function Mutations in FRRS1L Lead to an Epileptic-Dyskinetic Encephalopathy
The Regulatory Factor ZFHX3 Modifies Circadian Function in SCN via an AT Motif-Driven Axis
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