As the first multicellular eukaryote to be sequenced, the C. elegans genome is highly homologous to the human genome and has been associated with many human diseases, offering unique advantages in drug activity screening and mechanism of action studies. With decades of experience, CD BioSciences has accumulated extensive knowledge in C. elegans motility analysis, including analysis of head thrash and body bending, and we have high-throughput and high-precision computational approaches that can help you rapidly implement drug activity screening, anti-aging studies, toxicological assessments, and neuroscience studies.
C. elegans is a model organism that feeds on bacteria. Compared with other model organisms, C. elegans has become one of the most widespread model organisms in life science research because of its simple structure, clean genetic background (it is the first multicellular eukaryote to complete full gene sequencing), short life cycle, high reproductive capacity, sensitive detection index and easy laboratory culture.
Motility analysis of C. elegans has important implications for the following studies:
Fig.1 Analysis of C. elegans motility assay. (Dahl-Halvarsson M, et al., 2017)
Over the years, CD BioSciences has focused on C. elegans research, and the C. elegans motility analysis provided for you includes but is not limited to:
C. elegans Head Thrash Analysis
C. elegans Motility Traces Analysis
C. elegans Path Curvature Analysis
C. elegans Phototaxis Assays
C. elegans Body Bending Analysis
C. elegans Locomotion Speed Analysis
C. elegans Chemotaxis Assay
In recent years, C. elegans has become an excellent animal model for aging, environmental and toxicological studies. CD BioSciences scientists are committed to helping researchers around the world advance drug discovery, anti-aging research, and environmental toxicology research through C. elegans motility analysis. If you are interested in our services or have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us.