Swiss-type mouse, which Clara Lynch gave to Poiley in 1937. He maintained an inbred line of this animal until the 51st generation, before he transferred it to the Naval Medical Research Institute. Introduced into Charles River Laboratories in 1979 ... more
Developed at the NIH Genetic Resource by Dr. Carl Hansen. N:NIH Swiss outbred mice (albino) were crossed to C57BL/6N (black, non-agouti) mice to generate a hybrid black mouse that was heterozygous for the agouti locus. Through a series of ... more
An uncharacterized non-pedigreed hairless strain of mice was acquired
by Temple University from a small commercial supplier in New York City.
To Charles River from the Skin and Cancer Hospital at Temple University
in 1986. This mouse is euthymic and immunocompetent.
No ... more
In 1935, Carworth Farm began to breed a line of mice for vigor and
productivity. Progenitors originating from a colony bred in Missouri were
bought and the strain was named CF1 (Carworth Farm 1). This strain
was introduced to Charles River ... more
These albino mice, which were originally developed at Olac prior to 1970, came from a cross between the Laboratory Animal Centre A-strain mice (‘LACA’ - but formerly called CFW) and the CS1 from Scientific Products Farm (acquired by Charles ... more
CD – 1 IGS
The original group of Swiss mice that served as progenitors of this stock consisted of two male and seven female albino mice derived from a non-inbred stock in the laboratory of Dr. de Coulon, Centre Anticancereux Romand, Lausanne, Switzerland. ... more
HSD11B1 mice were created by Pfizer, Inc. Transferred to Charles River under exclusive license in 2011.
519 HE, 520 HO, 521 WT
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