Mouse breeding at UCSF

Definition
A laboratory animal care technique performed to produce offspring of laboratory mice by pairing mice as mating pairs. Breeding methods include selective breeding, which is the systematic breeding of animals in order to change certain qualities in them, inbreeding, which is the breeding of genetically related mice, and strain breeding, which concentrates on a certain mouse and its offspring, usually involving moderate inbreeding.
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Laboratory Animal Resource Center (LARC)

Office of Research Services, Contact: Krista Lindstrom (415) 476-9481

  • Mouse Breeding
Mt. Zion

Rederivation Core

Laboratory Animal Resource Center (LARC), Mt. Zion
Contact: Veronica Kuiper (415) 502-2253 Veronica.Kuiper@ucsf.edu

  • Animal embryo collection
  • Animal embryo transplantation
  • Animal in vitro fertilization
  • Animal in vitro maturation
Parnassus

Gnotobiotic Core Family

Microbiology and Immunology, Parnassus
Contact: General Inquiries (415) 502-3264 Jessie.Turnbaugh@ucsf.edu

  • Germ-free mice