Animal Health Reports for the Mouse Biology Program's Barrier-Maintained Mouse Facilities


Bioinformatics and Analytics

The Mouse Biology Program bioinformatics team has direct experience with mouse model research. The group designs and maintains systems for high throughput genotyping and phenotyping, including data collection, hosting, visualization, and analysis, dynamic web presentation, and publication quality reporting.

Breeding

Here at the Mouse Biology Program (MBP), we have extensive experience with mouse breeding and colony management. Our trained professional staff can assist you with devising and implementing a breeding plan to generate the cohort or mouse model your research requires.

Cryopreservation

At the MBP, our cryopreservation and recovery services program provides you with the peace of mind and assurance that your research investment is protected. Our new advances in reproductive technologies allow us to cryopreserve and recover your mouse strains rapidly, reliably, and most important, cost-effectively.

Genetics

The MBP offers a variety of services for mouse genotyping, customized to meet the needs of our clients.


Outage Notice

NOTICE: This website, mbp.mousebiology.org, will have a brief outage on Friday, November 4, 2022, at 8:00 PM EDT/5:00 PM PDT, lasting approximately 15 minutes. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.Read more

Return to Full Operations

Return to full operations.  While taking all necessary precautions to avoid the omicron virus, the UC Davis Mouse Biology Program…Read more

Annual Stakeholder Report 2020-2021

Launching the Next Decade of Service This past year (2020-2021) marks 22 years since the UC Davis Mouse Biology Program…Read more

NIH Grant to Create Humanized Mice Susceptible to COVID-19

By Andy Fell on August 3, 2020, in Human & Animal Health The National Institutes of Health has awarded a grant…Read more

UC Davis receives $6.7M for 5-year renewal of its NIH Mutant Mouse Resource & Research Center

It is well understood in biomedical research community that mice are a preferred mammalian disease model because of their high…Read more