C57BL/10SnJ is a substrain of C57BL and is similar to other C57BL substrains, although known genetic differences exist. Like other C57BL substrains, mice of this substrain have been widely used in many areas of research. C57BL/10Sn was the background strain used by Dr. George Snell in the development of many histocompatibility and other immunological congenic strains.Read More +
C57BL/10SnJ is a substrain of C57BL, which is one of the most widely used inbred strains. C57BL/10SnJ are similar to other C57BL substrains.
The C57BL strain created by C.C. Little in the 1920?s gave rise to the C57BL/6 and C57BL/10 substrains sometime before 1937, and the C57BL/10J and C57BL/10SnJ substrains were separated in 1947.
Currently there are no related genes or alleles for this strain.
When using the Black 10 mouse strain in a publication, please include JAX stock #000666 in your Materials and Methods section.