RNU Rat

Crl:NIH-Foxn1rnu
Immunodeficient
Outbred
RNU Rat
RNU Rat
RNU Rat
Breeding Location

RNU Rat Details

The NIH nude rat was developed in 1979–1980 through a series of matings involving 8 inbred rat strains. To Charles River from the National Institutes of Health in 2001. This athymic nude rat is T-cell deficient and shows depleted cell populations in thymus-dependent areas of peripheral lymphoid organs.

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

Coat Color
White, black, black and white

Strain Code
316 (Homozygous), 118 (Heterozygous, not immunodeficient)

Ideal For
Tumor biology, immunology, and xenograft research

RNU Rat US Growth Chart

LOCATION: Wilmington
UNIT: W08
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RNU Rat Details

The NIH nude rat was developed in 1979–1980 through a series of matings involving 8 inbred rat strains. To Charles River from the National Institutes of Health in 2001. This athymic nude rat is T-cell deficient and shows depleted cell populations in thymus-dependent areas of peripheral lymphoid organs.

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

Coat Color
White, black, black and white

Strain Code
316 (Homozygous), 118 (Heterozygous, not immunodeficient)

Ideal For
Tumor biology, immunology, and xenograft research

Growth Chart Not Available

LOCATION: Canada
UNIT: C10
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Canadian Pricing*

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

RNU Rat Details

The NIH nude rat was developed in 1979–1980 through a series of matings involving 8 inbred rat strains. To Charles River from the National Institutes of Health in 2001. This athymic nude rat is T-cell deficient and shows depleted cell populations in thymus-dependent areas of peripheral lymphoid organs.

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

Coat Color
White, black, black and white

Strain Code
316 (Homozygous), 118 (Heterozygous, not immunodeficient)

Ideal For
Tumor biology, immunology, and xenograft research

Growth Chart Not Available

RNU Rat Details

The NIH nude rat was developed in 1979–1980 through a series of matings involving 8 inbred rat strains. To Charles River from the National Institutes of Health in 2001. This athymic nude rat is T-cell deficient and shows depleted cell populations in thymus-dependent areas of peripheral lymphoid organs.

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

Coat Color
White, black, black and white

Strain Code
316 (Homozygous), 118 (Heterozygous, not immunodeficient)

Ideal For
Tumor biology, immunology, and xenograft research

Growth Chart for Nude Rat 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 Nude rat page on the Vital River Laboratories website.