The Auburn University Metabolic Phenotyping Laboratory (AUMPL) houses an eight cage Promethion Metabolic and Behavioral Phenotyping System purchased from Sable Systems, Inc.

 


 

 

Capabilities:

Mouse or Rat Studies, Food and Water Uptake, Gas Exchange, RQ, Activity Monitoring, Body Mass and Water Loss

Research Areas:

Diabetes, Fatty liver disease, Cardiovascular disease, Feeding behavior, Meal preference, Drinking preference, Cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, Phenotypic variation, Environmental endocrine disruptors, Behavior and Exercise physiology

News & Announcements

February 2015

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Dr. Greene presented a poster titled “Auburn University Metabolic Phenotyping Laboratory (AUMPL)” at the Boshell Diabetes & Metabolic Diseases 8th Annual Research Day. The poster outlined the capabilities of the…

July 2014

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Dr. Doug White (Nutrition) is the first Auburn University investigator to use the Promethion Metabolic and Behavioral Phenotyping System.

June 2014

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The AUMPL was established with an eight cage Promethion Metabolic and Behavioral Phenotyping System purchased from Sable Systems, Inc. The system was installed at the Auburn University College of Veterinary…

m_greeneAUMPL Director

Michael W. Greene, PhD

mwgreene@auburn.edu

Robert-JuddAUMPL Advisor:

Robert L. Judd, PhD

juddrob@auburn.edu