NOD SCID Mouse

NOD.CB17-Prkdcscid/NCrCrl
Congenic
Immunodeficient
NOD SCID Mouse
NOD SCID Mouse
NOD SCID Mouse
Breeding Location

NOD SCID Mouse Details

The SCID mutation has been transferred onto a non-obese diabetic background. Animals homozygous for the SCID mutation have impaired T and B cell lymphocyte development. The NOD background additionally results in deficient natural killer (NK) cell function. To Charles River in 2003 from NIH.

Note: See our isolator page for available immunocompromised animal housing units.

 

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Coat Color
White (albino)

Strain Code
394

Ideal For
Tumor biology and xenograft research

NOD SCID Mouse US Growth Chart

LOCATION: Wilmington
UNIT: W09
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LOCATION: Hollister
UNIT: H45
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NOD SCID Mouse Details

The SCID mutation has been transferred onto a non-obese diabetic background. Animals homozygous for the SCID mutation have impaired T and B cell lymphocyte development. The NOD background additionally results in deficient natural killer (NK) cell function. To Charles River in 2003 from NIH.

Note: See our isolator page for available immunocompromised animal housing units.

 

Try out the NOD SCID mouse with our animal model evaluation program→

Coat Color
White (albino)

Strain Code
394

Ideal For
Tumor biology and xenograft research

Growth Chart Not Available

NOD SCID Mouse Details

The SCID mutation has been transferred onto a non-obese diabetic background. Animals homozygous for the SCID mutation have impaired T and B cell lymphocyte development. The NOD background additionally results in deficient natural killer (NK) cell function. To Charles River in 2003 from NIH.

Note: See our isolator page for available immunocompromised animal housing units.

 

Try out the NOD SCID mouse with our animal model evaluation program→

Coat Color
White (albino)

Strain Code
394

Ideal For
Tumor biology and xenograft research

Growth Chart for NOD SCID 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 NOD SCID mouse page on the Vital River Laboratories website.