CBA Mouse

Breeding Location

CBA Mouse Details

From a cross of a Bagg albino female and a DBA male by Strong in 1920. The CBA strain was selected for a low mammary tumour incidence. Transferred via The Jackson Laboratory to Haldane and Gruneberg in 1932. To Carter (CBA/Ca) in 1947. VAF/Plus breed stock to Charles River Laboratories UK from Glaxo in 1992.

MHC Haplotype
H-1a, H-2k, H-3

Strain Code

Ideal For
Research applications include brain development, neurochemistry and behavioural studies

CBA 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.