Welcome to NewBehavior AG
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At NewBehavior AG we combine state-of-the-art science and unique engineering to solve current and upcoming challenges in behavioral brain research. We do not simply provide customers with hard- and software but also with thorough support encompassing wide scientific areas where our products can be applied.
The number of genetically modified mice created to investigate the neural basis of behavior is rapidly increasing, but most involved laboratories lack the resources to test sufficiently large numbers of mice in conventional behavioral tests.
Our automated in-cage testing offers not only the required high throughput and flexibility, but will also remain compatible with increasingly severe governmental regulations on animal experimentation. A particular challenge of toxicological research is to detect discrete and chronic behavioral changes. Long-term in-cage testing offers maximal sensitivity and efficiency in detecting such changes. With our comprehensive hard- and software packages we help our costumers to find the most perfectly adapted solution for their specific needs.
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Latest scientific publications
We keep up to date with the latest scientific developments. The best proof of this are the publications, which are published regularly in high ranking journals by partners and customers using our products. Find more publications under science
Rudenko et al., Behav Brain Res. 2009
Richter et al., Nature Methods 6, 257 - 261, 2009.
Jaholkowski et al., Learning & Memory 2009. (in press)
Mechan et al. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 2009.
Viosca et al. Genes Brain and Behavior, 2009.
Kiryk et al. Neurotoxicity Research vol 13(1): 19-30, 2008.
IntelliCage for rats:
Appl et al. abstract presented at MSB Maastricht 2008.
Platt et al. Poster presented at Biomarkers in Brain disease Oxford 2009.
Rattenborg et al. Biology letters. published online 2008.
Piano et al. poster presented at MSB Maastricht 2008.
Piano et al., abstract MSB Maastricht 2008.
Thank you for visiting us at past meetings:Neuroscience 2007, November 3-7, 2007 San Diego, California, USA
European Brain and Behavior Society Meeting 2007, September 15-19 Trieste, Italy
Swiss Laboratory Animal Science Association (SGV), meeting 2007, September 3-4 Zurich, Switzerland
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