Sharing and archiving of genetically altered mice

An overview over current best practice for the sharing and archiving (storing frozen embryos or gametes) of genetically altered mice.



Sharing and archiving of genetically altered mice: Opportunities for reduction and refinement (PDF)

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This report came out of a working group led by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, to discuss reduction and refining of lines of genetically altered mice through best practice of archiving and sharing lines. The report gives an overview of current best practice and a summary of recommendations.


Page last updated: 2 August 2021

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