At CD BioSciences, we specialize in C. elegans phenotyping services. Our team of experienced scientists and researchers are dedicated to assisting your research by providing customized solutions that meet your specific needs. With our expertise in C. elegans research, we are confident that we can provide you with high-quality analysis of C. elegans aggregation or dispersion behavior and accelerate your research.
The transparent body of C. elegans allows researchers to easily observe and analyze its behavior in detail under a microscope. And as an excellent model organism, behavioral analysis of C. elegans has been an important method for genetic, aging and disease studies. behavioral analysis of C. elegans includes movement analysis, food avoidance analysis, and aggregation or dispersal behavior analysis. In response to different environmental or genetic factors, C. elegans exhibits different aggregation or dispersal abilities.
Fig.1 Time course of C. elegans L1 aggregation. (Artyukhin A B, et al., 2015)
C. elegans aggregation or dispersal behavior is analyzed to help researchers understand the molecular and cellular processes involved in social behavior, chemotaxis (movement toward or away from chemicals), and responses to environmental cues.
We specialize in providing cutting-edge services in the field of C. elegans research. Our technology platform, based on a combination of high-resolution microscopy and advanced tracking software, accurately tracks, and analyzes individual C. elegans to quantify various behavioral parameters. With our expertise and advanced technology, we are confident that we can provide you with high quality C. elegans aggregation or dispersal behavior analysis services to meet each of your specific needs.
CD BioSciences is not only confident that we can provide you with customized services regarding your C. elegans research, but also has innovative products to help accelerate your research progress. Please contact us to discuss how our C. elegans phenotyping services can contribute to your research goals.