University of California, Davis
2795 Second St
Davis, CA 95618United States of Americahttps://mousebiology.org
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Dr. Kent Lloyd
Last Updated: 04/05/2023
The Mouse Biology Program (MBP) at the University of California, Davis, is a research center that focuses on using mice as a model organisms to study a wide range of biological processes, including genetics, development, behavior, and disease. The MBP provides a range of resources and facilities to support this research, including:
1. Mouse colony management: The MBP maintains a large colony of mice used for research purposes. This includes breeding, genotyping, and cryopreservation services to support the production and maintenance of mice with specific genetic backgrounds or modifications.
2. Molecular biology and genomics: The MBP has a range of facilities and resources for molecular biology and genomics research, including DNA sequencing, microarray analysis, and gene expression studies.
3. Animal care and use: The MBP has a state-of-the-art animal care facility that meets or exceeds all regulatory standards for humane animal care and use in research. This includes specialized housing, handling, and husbandry facilities, as well as trained staff to support the care and welfare of mice used in studies.
4. Training and education: The MBP provides a range of training and educational opportunities to support the development of students and researchers in the field of mouse biology. This includes workshops, seminars, and courses on mouse genetics, breeding, and research techniques.
Overall, the Mouse Biology Program at UC Davis is a crucial resource for researchers and students interested in using mice as model organisms to study a wide range of biological processes.
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