Databases & information
Phenotyping program and information on inbred strain characteristics
Information on mouse genetic markers, molecular segments, phenotypes, comparative mapping data, experimental mapping data, and graphical displays for genetic, physical, and cytogenetic maps
The Jackson Laboratory Library has a specialized collection of resources in genetics, inbred mice, and animal health and husbandry
Information resource on mouse models for hearing research and hearing disorders
Searchable, hypertext listings of inbred strains of mice and rats with associated strain characteristics
Information resource on mouse models for research in vision and ophthalmology
Find raw data from various QTL (quantitative trait loci) studies, from JAX faculty and external researchers, which use rodent inbred line crosses.
Standardized nomenclature for mouse genes, strains and chromosome aberrations
Search or browse for PCR based genotyping protocols for identification of animals containing molecular gene knockout or transgenic alterations.
JAX® Mice strain specific information, including histocompatibility complex haplotype and progressive average weekly weight gain by gender.