A sample recording of animal path tracking in a 6-well microtiter plate using the wMicroTracker device.
wMicroTracker demo video
Sample imaging using ScreenChip Visual Synchronizer
The ScreenChip System, an automatic screening and phenotyping platform utilizing C. elegans as a model organism acquires and displays neuromuscular data in real time
Perform in-depth data analysis using the ScreenChip System software. Analyzed data for each worm can be easily exported in an xls. format.
ScreenChip loading procedure for SC10 (for L1 stage) and SC20 (for L2 stage).
The ScreenChip System allows you to visualize worm movement and EPG signal to characterize new phenotypes.
Data acquisition using a ScreenChip System
How to set up and connect your new ScreenChip System
ScreenChip System with Visual Synchronization
How temperature impacts the division of a temperature-sensitive mutant C. elegans embryo. The CherryTemp System is used to control temperature shifts.
Demo of dynamic heater/cooler for microscopy using the CherryTemp System
Dissection and mounting of C. elegans embryos using a CherryTemp
Humanized Transgenics and Phenotyping Services
Connecting genes to behavior, a NemaMetrix webinar presented at ASCB 2017 by Chris Hopkins, Ph.D. and Kathryn McCormick, Ph.D.
Dr. Nicole (Nicki) Liachko and Heather Currey share their experience using the ScreenChip System. Dr. Liachko is a molecular geneticist committed to improving the lives of those afflicted by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and frontotemporal lobar degeneration (FTLD-TDP), two devastating neurodegenerative diseases of aging. Her goals are to understand the molecular mechanisms driving these diseases and to develop potential therapeutic interventions targeting them.
Dr. Mike Harris shared his experience in using the ScreenChip System. A researcher focusing on integrative physiology, Dr. Harris is primarily interested in how the body sets and meets the demands of metabolism, studies of metabolic regulation, and of the cells and neuronal circuits that respond to CO2 and O2 and modulate breathing and blood flow, as well as the evolutionary origins and consistency of these mechanisms across species from invertebrates to mammals.