C57BL/6-Elite (SOPF) Mouse

C57BL/6NCrl
Inbred
C57BL/6-Elite Mouse
C57BL/6-Elite Mouse
C57BL/6-Elite (SOPF) Mouse
Breeding Location

C57BL/6-Elite (SOPF) Mouse Details

Developed by C.C. Little in 1921, from a mating of Miss Abby Lathrop’s stock that also gave rise to strains C57BR and C57L. Strains 6 and 10 separated about 1937. To Hall in 1948 from The Jackson Laboratory. To NIH in 1951 from The Jackson Laboratory at F32. To Charles River in 1974 from NIH.

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 C57BL/6 Mouse and C57BL/6-Germ-Free Mouse.

Coat Color
Black

MHC Haplotype
H2b

Strain Code
475

Ideal For
General multipurpose model, diet-induced obesity, transgenic/knockout model development, safety and efficacy testing, immunology

Growth Chart Not Available

LOCATION: Wilmington
UNIT: W8B
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LOCATION: Hollister
UNIT: H45/H65
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C57BL/6-Elite (SOPF) Mouse Details

Developed by C.C. Little in 1921, from a mating of Miss Abby Lathrop’s stock that also gave rise to strains C57BR and C57L. Strains 6 and 10 separated about 1937. To Hall in 1948 from The Jackson Laboratory. To NIH in 1951 from The Jackson Laboratory at F32. To Charles River in 1974 from NIH.

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 C57BL/6 Mouse and C57BL/6-Germ-Free Mouse.

Coat Color
Black

MHC Haplotype
H2b

Strain Code
475

Ideal For
General multipurpose model, diet-induced obesity, transgenic/knockout model development, safety and efficacy testing, immunology

Growth Chart Not Available

Canadian Pricing*

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

C57BL/6-Elite (SOPF) Mouse Details

Developed by C.C. Little in 1921, from a mating of Miss Abby Lathrop’s stock that also gave rise to strains C57BR and C57L. Strains 6 and 10 separated about 1937. To Hall in 1948 from The Jackson Laboratory. To NIH in 1951 from The Jackson Laboratory at F32. To Charles River in 1974 from NIH.

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 C57BL/6 Mouse and C57BL/6-Germ-Free Mouse.

Coat Color
Black

MHC Haplotype
H2b

Strain Code
475

Ideal For
General multipurpose model, diet-induced obesity, transgenic/knockout model development, safety and efficacy testing, immunology

Growth Chart for C57BL/6NCrl Mouse 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 C57BL/6NCrl mouse page on the Vital River Laboratories website.

C57BL/6-Elite (SOPF) Mouse Details

Developed by C.C. Little in 1921, from a mating of Miss Abby Lathrop’s stock that also gave rise to strains C57BR and C57L. Strains 6 and 10 separated about 1937. To Hall in 1948 from The Jackson Laboratory. To NIH in 1951 from The Jackson Laboratory at F32. To Charles River in 1974 from NIH.

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 C57BL/6 Mouse and C57BL/6-Germ-Free Mouse.

Coat Color
Black

MHC Haplotype
H2b

Strain Code
475

Ideal For
General multipurpose model, diet-induced obesity, transgenic/knockout model development, safety and efficacy testing, immunology

Growth Chart Not Avaialble

UNIT: A04E

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