Brown Norway Rat

BN/Crl
Inbred
Brown Norway Rat
Brown Norway Rat
Brown Norway Rat
Breeding Location

Brown Norway Rat Details

Silvers and Billingham began brother x sister matings with selection for histocompatibility in 1958 from a brown mutation in a stock of wild rats maintained by King and Aptekman in a pen-bred colony of rats trapped from the wild in 1930 by King at the Wistar Institute. To Charles River from Radiobiology Institute, Netherlands in 1976.

Coat Color
Non-agouti brown

MHC Haplotype
RT1n

Strain Code
091

Ideal For
Genetic mapping, respiratory inflammation, immunological dysfunction, aging, transplantation research

Brown Norway Rat US Growth Chart

LOCATION: Raleigh
UNIT: R08
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Brown Norway Rat Details

Silvers and Billingham began brother x sister matings with selection for histocompatibility in 1958 from a brown mutation in a stock of wild rats maintained by King and Aptekman in a pen-bred colony of rats trapped from the wild in 1930 by King at the Wistar Institute. To Charles River from Radiobiology Institute, Netherlands in 1976.

Coat Color
Non-agouti brown

MHC Haplotype
RT1n

Strain Code
091

Ideal For
Genetic mapping, respiratory inflammation, immunological dysfunction, aging, transplantation research

Brown Norway Rat Germany Growth Chart

Brown Norway Rat Details

Silvers and Billingham began brother x sister matings with selection for histocompatibility in 1958 from a brown mutation in a stock of wild rats maintained by King and Aptekman in a pen-bred colony of rats trapped from the wild in 1930 by King at the Wistar Institute. To Charles River from Radiobiology Institute, Netherlands in 1976.

Coat Color
Non-agouti brown

MHC Haplotype
RT1n

Strain Code
091

Ideal For
Genetic mapping, respiratory inflammation, immunological dysfunction, aging, transplantation research

Growth Chart for BN/CrlCrlj Rat

For additional information, including pricing details, please visit the BN/CrlCrlj rat page on the Charles River Japan website.

Brown Norway Rat Details

Silvers and Billingham began brother x sister matings with selection for histocompatibility in 1958 from a brown mutation in a stock of wild rats maintained by King and Aptekman in a pen-bred colony of rats trapped from the wild in 1930 by King at the Wistar Institute. To Charles River from Radiobiology Institute, Netherlands in 1976.

Coat Color
Non-agouti brown

MHC Haplotype
RT1n

Strain Code
091

Ideal For
Genetic mapping, respiratory inflammation, immunological dysfunction, aging, transplantation research

Growth Chart for Brown Norway Rat Colony at Vital River Laboratories in China

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For additional information, including pricing details, please visit the Brown Norway rat page on the Vital River Laboratories website.