Taiwan Mouse Clinic and Taiwan Animal consortium


Welcome to the Taiwan Mouse Clinic,National Comprehensive Mouse Phenotyping and Drug Testing Center

For mouse hotel Check-in application, please access TMC LIMS Service to fill out request form. TMC no longer accepts the check-in-related paper documents for the application.

To avoid delaying other users' cases, TMC no longer provides section service for feathers based on the resolution in user committee meeting on February 24, 2017.

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The Taiwan Mouse Clinic, as one of the core facilities funded by the National Research Program for Biopharmaceuticals (NRPB) of the National Science Council (NSC) in Taiwan, aims to promote the utilization of mice as a model to study human diseases by providing state-of-the-art mouse phenotyping services to biomedical researchers in Taiwan. Small discussion groups and educational workshops will also be held by the phenotyping center to facilitate the application of various phenotyping methodologies. FAQs and price lists are available on our website, and all requests for services and consultations regarding phenotyping experiments will be handled by our in-house staff scientists. Please send your requests or questions through TMC requests.

News

  • In order to reflect real service cost, most of TMC service charges are going to be adjusted on September 1, 2017.If you are processing a point purchase now, please finish your payment, send payment form/contract to TMC, and complete experiment request on LIMS by 12pm (noon) on August 31. For any experiments performing after September 1, please purchase points after 12pm (noon) on September 1.new(2017.08.30)

 

  • To avoid delaying other users' cases, TMC no longer provides section service for feathers based on the resolution in user committee meeting on February 24, 2017. new(2017.03.07)

 

  • The TMC program director, Dr. Chih-Cheng Chen, was invited to issue a press release related to "Evidence for the involvement of ASIC3 in sensory mechanotransduction in proprioceptors", which was just published on Nature Communications, in N136 meeting room at IBMS in Academic Sinica at 9:30am on May 31, 2016. new(2016.06.14)