129-Elite (SOPF) Mouse

129S2/SvPasCrl
Inbred
129-Elite Mouse
129-Elite Mouse
129-Elite (SOPF) Mouse
Breeding Location

129-Elite (SOPF) Mouse Details

Developed by Dr. L.C. Stevens from The Jackson Laboratory. During the 1970s, Dr. Stevens introduced this line to the Pasteur Institute of Paris in the laboratory of Dr. J.L. Guenet. To Iffa Credo in August 1996. To Charles River in November 1998.

SOPF = VAF® Elite; they are based on the same monitoring programmes in terms of agents screened, number and age of animals screened, frequency of testing, and recycling policies.

Note: We also offer the 129 Mouse (bred in France and Germany).

Coat Color
Light-bellied agouti

MHC Haplotype
H2b

Strain Code
476

Ideal For
Transgenic/knockout model development, large number of unmyelinated axons in lumbar motor roots

Growth Chart Not Available

Selecting the appropriate animal model for your studies is critical to the success of your research. The Charles River Animal Model Evaluation Program allows you to assess the quality and compatibility of our animal models with no cost or commitment.

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129-Elite (SOPF) Mouse Details

Developed by Dr. L.C. Stevens from The Jackson Laboratory. During the 1970s, Dr. Stevens introduced this line to the Pasteur Institute of Paris in the laboratory of Dr. J.L. Guenet. To Iffa Credo in August 1996. To Charles River in November 1998.

SOPF = VAF® Elite; they are based on the same monitoring programmes in terms of agents screened, number and age of animals screened, frequency of testing, and recycling policies.

Note: We also offer the 129 Mouse (bred in France and Germany).

Coat Color
Light-bellied agouti

MHC Haplotype
H2b

Strain Code
476

Ideal For
Transgenic/knockout model development, large number of unmyelinated axons in lumbar motor roots

Growth Chart Not Available

Selecting the appropriate animal model for your studies is critical to the success of your research. The Charles River Animal Model Evaluation Program allows you to assess the quality and compatibility of our animal models with no cost or commitment.

Learn More

129-Elite (SOPF) Mouse Details

Developed by Dr. L.C. Stevens from The Jackson Laboratory. During the 1970s, Dr. Stevens introduced this line to the Pasteur Institute of Paris in the laboratory of Dr. J.L. Guenet. To Iffa Credo in August 1996. To Charles River in November 1998.

SOPF = VAF® Elite; they are based on the same monitoring programmes in terms of agents screened, number and age of animals screened, frequency of testing, and recycling policies.

Note: We also offer the 129 Mouse (bred in France and Germany).

Coat Color
Light-bellied agouti

MHC Haplotype
H2b

Strain Code
476

Ideal For
Transgenic/knockout model development, large number of unmyelinated axons in lumbar motor roots

Growth Chart Currently Not Available

Please email us at [email protected] to request a health report for this model.

For additional information, including pricing details, please visit the 129 mouse page on the Vital River Laboratories website.

Selecting the appropriate animal model for your studies is critical to the success of your research. The Charles River Animal Model Evaluation Program allows you to assess the quality and compatibility of our animal models with no cost or commitment.

Learn More