The Mutant Mouse Resource and Research Center (MMRRC) distributes and cryopreserves scientifically valuable, genetically engineered mouse strains and mouse ES cell lines with potential value for the genetics and biomedical research community.
MAV-seq (Management, Analysis, Visualization of Sequence data) is an interactive, user friendly, cross platform, secure, encrypted, automated, customized, centralized, multi-roles based database application for the management of sample repertoires and automation of the data pre-processing of epigenomic and transcriptomic data.
ATAC-seq is a new protocol to capture open chromatin sites by performing adaptor ligation and fragmentation of open chromatin regions. Due to its efficiency in requirement of biological sample and in library preparation time, many scientists are generating ATAC-seq libraries to decipher the chromatin landscape of DNA in a given cell type and condition of interest.
This resource is a collaborative standardized collection of measured data on laboratory mouse strains and populations. Includes baseline phenotype data sets as well as studies of drug, diet, disease and aging effect. Also includes protocols, projects and publications, and SNP, variation and gene expression studies.
This resource provides mouse models for facial, dental, eye, ear and skull development research, as well as mouse models of human craniofacial syndromes.
We offer a growing number of mouse lines expressing proteins that activate, inhibit or detect neuronal activity.
The Parkinson’s Disease Mouse Model Resource characterizes and distributes new mouse models of Parkinsonism and Parkinson’s disease.
The SMSR maintains mice that are important tools for genetic analysis of complex diseases, including consomic strains.
Mice harboring spontaneous mutations have long been a major source for animal models of human genetic disorders, particularly mendelian diseases. The Mouse Mutant Resource maintains over 700 established mutant strains.
We collect, cryopreserve and distribute mouse strains important to research in type 1 diabetes.
Our specialized collection areas include: genetics, inbred mice, animal health and husbandry, development, embryology, complex traits, immunology, cancer, molecular biology, neuroscience and computational biology.
Scientists around the world are working to generate a targeted knockout mutation for every gene in the mouse genome through the Knockout Mouse Project (KOMP) which is providing critical tools for understanding gene function and the genetic causes of human diseases.
NOD-scid IL2rgnull (NSG) and NOD-Rag1null IL2rgnull (NRG) mice support heightened levels of engraftment with human cells and tissues. These engrafted mice allow research on human disease processes without putting individuals at risk.
The JAX Cre Repository's aim is to provide the scientific community with a centralized, comprehensive set of well-characterized Cre-driver lines and related information resources.
Genetic Resource Science initiates and develops resource-generating research. Our team: identifies and implements innovative technologies for genetic research; makes and distributes new mouse models; and provides extensive genetic and phenotypic information on JAX mouse strains.
Resource lists and describes mouse models for ocular research at JAX.
The Jackson Laboratory maintains and distributes chromosome-aberration stocks that provide mouse models for Down syndrome, as well as the study of chromosomal aneuploidy.
SeqFold is a tool for RNA secondary structure prediction from experimental data.
For over half a century Oak Ridge National Laboratory generated and maintained a diverse collection of mouse stocks. A large part of this collection derived from induced mutagenesis programs using radiation or chemical mutagens. Many of these mutant stocks were cryopreserved at the Oak Ridge facility. In 2009 The Jackson Laboratory accepted and agreed to distribute the cryopreserved embryos and sperm in order that this resource would continue to be available to the worldwide research community.
OncoCL, an ontology to describe cancer cell types
QuIN (Query tool for Interaction Networks, available at quin.jax.org) is a tool for visualizing, annotating, and querying chromatin interactions derived from technologies such as ChIA-PET or HiC.
Random Forest Regression for Epigenetic Length prediction
Serves as a centralized resource for mouse models and tools that have been validated for use in preclinical studies of peripheral neuropathy.
Produce and distribute mutant models for infertility and to investigate underlying causes in order to identify new genes and pathways contributing to reproductive function.
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The ultimate goal of the JAX 4D Nucleome Center is to deliver a Nucleome Positioning System (NPS) for the generation of complex maps of chromatin interaction network in the context of 3D genome structures.
Integrating multi-track Hi-C data for genome-scale reconstruction of 3D chromatin structure