Shipments have begun
at our new facility,
allowing increased access
to JAX mouse models
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A new genetically diverse mouse population is opening possibilities for translational research into Alzheimer’s disease that accurately...
I provide solutions for computational image analysis.
The definitive resource for anyone working with laboratory mice, this is the 6th edition of The Jackson Laboratory Handbook on Genetically...
This poster was inspired by the September/October image of our 2014 JAX® Mice, Clinical & Research Services Calendar, representing the...
A visual guide to the genes influencing coat color.
DNA-isolation protocols for PCR genotyping assays for genetically modified mouse strains.
General do's and don'ts, valuable tips and troubleshooting advice for genotyping research mice.
Check the most common PCR questions and answers regarding genotyping research mice.
JAX provides you comprehensive resources to understand appropriate nomenclature for mouse strains including inbred, substrains,...
Helpful hints for understanding hybrid strain nomenclature.
Helpful hints for understanding inbred strain nomenclature.
Learn how JAX designates mouse genotypes, and what “+” means in the context of inbred, mutant or transgenic strains.
Learn about breeding Cre lox mice to turn on or off transgenes and using Cre reporter strains.
Learn how the original BALB/c strain separated into two major substrains (BALB/cJ and BALB/cByJ) and how to decide which one...
Learn about the evolution of genetic targeting techniques from ZNFs and TALENs to today’s CRISPR/Cas systems that allow...