ORIGINDerived in 1935 from an outbred Swiss colony [N:GP(S)] at NIH. In the early 1970s, while being established as an inbred strain, sensitivity to Friend leukemia virus B strain was discovered. At this time inbreeding of this line for the Fv1b allele was undertaken and the strain was called FVB. To Charles River from NIH in 1994.
COAT COLOR White (albino)
RESEARCH APPLICATIONtransgenic/knockout model development
MHC HAPLOTYPE H2q
BREEDING LOCATIONGermany, UK, France, US
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Our study, presented at the 2013 Experimental Biology Conference, focuses on the phenotype and genotype comparison for C57BL/6N substrains contributing to the International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium (IMPC).
Selecting the appropriate animal model for your studies is critical to the success of your research. This is why, in 2011, our Model Evaluation Program was created to offer researchers a risk-free opportunity to evaluate the quality of our animal models prior to allocating valuable budget money or study resources.
Now, to further support your research needs, we have expanded our program to include the option to evaluate both surgically altered models and rodent biospecimen products
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Founded in 1960, the Teratology Society is a multidisciplinary society drawing its members from academia, industry and government. In addition to being an exhibitor, Charles River is pleased to be a platinum level sponsor and to be participating in this year’s meeting with multiple posters presentations.
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