PHENOMIN is the National Infrastructure in Biology and Health granted in 2011 by the Investissements d’Avenir program. The objective of PHENOMIN is to develop and maintain according to the community’s needs, innovative, standardized and parallel methodologies, functional analysis and comparative genetics for rodent models. PHENOMIN allows research teams to carry out integrated comparative functional analysis
and to ensure a better translation of results to human. PHENOMIN currently aims (1) to develop or improve tools to advance basic research in mammals and better respond to the ethical demands of society on the use of animals in research (Welfare and Ethic), (2) to improve the impact of preclinical studies on the development of therapies in humans with new mouse models 3.0, and (3) to decipher the function of the mammalian genome PHENOMIN aims at developing tools and technologies at the state of the art in the fields of genetic engineering, zootechny and phenotyping. Phenomin is part of INFRAFRONTIER, European Research Infrastructure for the phenotyping and genotyping of mammal models, and of IMPC (International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium)
The toolbox has been developed through funding from the EJP RD project.
The European Joint Programme on Rare Diseases is an initiative that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N°825575
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