BALB/c Mouse

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Inbred
BALB/c Mouse
Breeding Location

BALB/c Mouse Details

H.J. Bagg developed the “Bagg albino” in 1913 from stock from an Ohio pet dealer. Inbred in 1923 by McDowell. To Snell in 1932 at F26, then to Andervont in 1935. To NIH in 1951 from Andervont at F72. To Charles River in 1974 from NIH.

Note: We also offer the BALB/c-Elite Mouse with a VAF/Elite® health profile (bred in US).

Try out the BALB/c mouse with our animal model evaluation program

 

Coat Color
White (albino)

MHC Haplotype
H2d

Strain Code
028

Ideal For
General multipurpose model, hybridoma development, monoclonal antibody production, infectious disease

BALB/c Mouse US Growth Chart

LOCATION: Kingston
UNIT: K84
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UNIT: H48
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LOCATION: Raleigh
UNIT: R02
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BALB/c Mouse Details

H.J. Bagg developed the “Bagg albino” in 1913 from stock from an Ohio pet dealer. Inbred in 1923 by McDowell. To Snell in 1932 at F26, then to Andervont in 1935. To NIH in 1951 from Andervont at F72. To Charles River in 1974 from NIH.

Note: We also offer the BALB/c-Elite Mouse with a VAF/Elite® health profile (bred in US).

Try out the BALB/c mouse with our animal model evaluation program

 

Coat Color
White (albino)

MHC Haplotype
H2d

Strain Code
028

Ideal For
General multipurpose model, hybridoma development, monoclonal antibody production, infectious disease

BALB/c Mouse Germany Growth Chart

Growth chart data should be used as a guideline only.
The shaded areas on each chart are the mean weight plus or minus one standard deviation at a given age averaged across all production facilities. This represents approximately 67% of the population, with the remaining 33% falling outside of this weight range.

BALB/c Mouse Details

H.J. Bagg developed the “Bagg albino” in 1913 from stock from an Ohio pet dealer. Inbred in 1923 by McDowell. To Snell in 1932 at F26, then to Andervont in 1935. To NIH in 1951 from Andervont at F72. To Charles River in 1974 from NIH.

Note: We also offer the BALB/c-Elite Mouse with a VAF/Elite® health profile (bred in US).

Try out the BALB/c mouse with our animal model evaluation program

 

Coat Color
White (albino)

MHC Haplotype
H2d

Strain Code
028

Ideal For
General multipurpose model, hybridoma development, monoclonal antibody production, infectious disease

BALB/c Mouse UK Growth Chart

Growth chart data should be used as a guideline only.
The shaded areas on each chart are the mean weight plus or minus one standard deviation at a given age averaged across all production facilities. This represents approximately 67% of the population, with the remaining 33% falling outside of this weight range.

BALB/c Mouse Details

H.J. Bagg developed the “Bagg albino” in 1913 from stock from an Ohio pet dealer. Inbred in 1923 by McDowell. To Snell in 1932 at F26, then to Andervont in 1935. To NIH in 1951 from Andervont at F72. To Charles River in 1974 from NIH.

Note: We also offer the BALB/c-Elite Mouse with a VAF/Elite® health profile (bred in US).

Try out the BALB/c mouse with our animal model evaluation program

 

Coat Color
White (albino)

MHC Haplotype
H2d

Strain Code
028

Ideal For
General multipurpose model, hybridoma development, monoclonal antibody production, infectious disease

BALB/c Mouse Italy Growth Chart

Growth chart data should be used as a guideline only.
The shaded areas on each chart are the mean weight plus or minus one standard deviation at a given age averaged across all production facilities. This represents approximately 67% of the population, with the remaining 33% falling outside of this weight range.

BALB/c Mouse Details

H.J. Bagg developed the “Bagg albino” in 1913 from stock from an Ohio pet dealer. Inbred in 1923 by McDowell. To Snell in 1932 at F26, then to Andervont in 1935. To NIH in 1951 from Andervont at F72. To Charles River in 1974 from NIH.

Note: We also offer the BALB/c-Elite Mouse with a VAF/Elite® health profile (bred in US).

Try out the BALB/c mouse with our animal model evaluation program

 

Coat Color
White (albino)

MHC Haplotype
H2d

Strain Code
028

Ideal For
General multipurpose model, hybridoma development, monoclonal antibody production, infectious disease

BALB/c Mouse Canada Growth Chart

Canadian Pricing*

*This pricing is subject to our General Terms & Conditions of Sale.

BALB/c Mouse Details

H.J. Bagg developed the “Bagg albino” in 1913 from stock from an Ohio pet dealer. Inbred in 1923 by McDowell. To Snell in 1932 at F26, then to Andervont in 1935. To NIH in 1951 from Andervont at F72. To Charles River in 1974 from NIH.

Note: We also offer the BALB/c-Elite Mouse with a VAF/Elite® health profile (bred in US).

Try out the BALB/c mouse with our animal model evaluation program

 

Coat Color
White (albino)

MHC Haplotype
H2d

Strain Code
028

Ideal For
General multipurpose model, hybridoma development, monoclonal antibody production, infectious disease

Growth Chart for BALB/c Mouse Colony at Vital River Laboratories in China

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

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