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Useful Links and References for Mice and Phenotyping

FIND YOUR MICE at:

Charles River (Crl)
Harlan (Hsd, Ola)
JAX (J)
NCI Frederick (N, Cr)
Taconic (Tac)

FIND GEM MICE at:

Deltagen and Lexicon Knockout Mice and Phenotypic Data
Jax IMSR (Induced Mutant Strain Resource)
MMRRC (Mutant Mouse Regional Resource Centers)

MORE USEFUL LINKS:

Brain Atlas Projects
High Resolution Mouse Brain Atlas
MBL (Mouse Brain Library)

Complex Trait Consortium

Deltagen Mouse Histology Atlas

Edinburgh Mouse Atlas Project  

EUMORPHIA
  EMPRESS (European Mouse Phenotyping Resource of Standardised Screens)
EUrophenome Mouse Phenotyping Resource
EUMODIC (European Mouse Disease Clinic) Phenotyping Initiative

Jax (The Jackson Laboratory) and MGI (Mouse Genome Informatics)  

NIAID Comparative Medicine (and Pathology)

NIH KOMP (Knockout Mouse Project)

NIH NCI Interactive Mouse Pathology Atlas 

NCI MMHCC (Mouse Models of Human Cancers Consortium)

NCI Veterinary Pathology 

NIEHS LEP Clinical Pathology

NorCOMM (North American Conditional Mutant Mouse Project)

NTP digitized atlas of mouse liver lesions

NTP lesions of genetically altered mice

Pathbase European Mutant Mouse Pathology Database  

Peters et al. (2007). "The mouse as a model for human biology: a resource guide for complex trait analysis." Nat Rev Genet 8(1): 58. -- go to ONLINE RESOURCES FOR THE MOUSE

RENI (Registry Nomenclature Information system) website

RIKEN Mouse Mutagenesis Program

Trans NIH mouse Initiative

UC Davis MMHCC Image Archive

UC Davis Visible Mouse

Virtual mouse Necropsy 


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Additional References

AALAS.  2006.  Laboratory Mouse Handbook. Go to AALAS online order site.

Barthold, S. W. (2002). "Muromics": genomics from the perspective of the laboratory mouse." Comp Med 52(3): 206-23.

Barthold, S. W. (2004). "Genetically altered mice: phenotypes, no phenotypes, and Faux phenotypes." Genetica 122(1): 75-88.

Brayton, C., M. Justice, Montgomery, C. (2001). "Evaluating mutant mice: anatomic pathology." Vet Pathol 38(1): 1-19. PUBMED CITATION

Brayton C.  Spontaneous diseases in commonly used inbred mouse strains.  2006. In Fox.  J.G. & al. Ed’s.  In THE MOUSE IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH  2nd Ed.  ACLAM series.  Elsevier.

Frith, C. H. and J. M. Ward (1988). A COLOR ATLAS OF NEOPLASTIC AND NONNEOPLASTIC LESIONS IN AGING MICE, Elsevier.  Out of Print. 
Order a Publication-on-Demand copy from CLDavis Foundation.

Hedrich H. Ed.  2004. THE HANDBOOK OF EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALS SERIES:  THE LABORATORY MOUSE. Elsevier. 

Hrabé de Angelis, M. & al. Eds. 2006. STANDARDS OF MOUSE MODEL PHENOTYPING. Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, ISBN 3-527-31031-2

Kaufman MH.  1992.  ATLAS OF MOUSE DEVELOPMENT.  Academic Press

Maronpot, R. & al., Eds. (1999). PATHOLOGY OF THE MOUSE: REFERENCE AND ATLAS. Cache River Press. Vienna, IL,

Papaioannou VE,  Behringer RR.  2004. MOUSE PHENOTYPES: A HANDBOOK OF MUTATION ANALYSIS.  Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press; Cold Spring Harbor, NY  (review in Nature)

Smith, R. S. (2001). Systemic Evaluation of the Mouse Eye, Anatomy, Pathology, and Biomethods. Boca Raton, FL., CRC Press, (Taylor & Francis, UK).

Suckow M, Danneman P, Brayton C.  2001. THE LABORATORY MOUSE. CRC Press,  Boca Raton,  FL.  (Taylor & Francis, UK).

Sundberg JP, Boggess D, Ed’s.  2002. Systematic Approach to Evaluation of Mouse Mutations.  CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. (Taylor & Francis, UK)

Sundberg, J. and T. Ichiki (2005). Genetically Engineered Mice Handbook. CRC Press;  Boca Raton, FL (Taylor & Francis UK).

Ward JM, Maronpot RR, Sundberg JP.  2000.   PATHOLOGY OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED MICE. Ames, IA, Iowa State University Press (Blackwell Publishing)

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