Acknowledge the Mouse Biology Program (MBP)

 

 
Publications
 
By obtaining a product or service from the Mouse Biology Program (MBP), you are agreeing to acknowledge the Mouse Biology Program in research publications. As an academic, not-for-profit resource, your acknowledgement is important to our Program. Please provide MBP via email with PDF copes of any acknowledgements once published at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
The following are examples of text you may use for acknowledgement in your publication:
 
"Knockout mice were generated at the University of California, Davis, Mouse Biology Program (MBP)".
 
 
"We are grateful for the technical support, products and services provided to our research by the Mouse Biology Program (www.mousebiology.org) at the University of California Davis."

 

Presentations

When making presentations arising from the use of products and or services obtained from the MBP, we would greatly appreciate acknowledgement. 

The following is an example of text you may use for acknowledgement in your presentation:

 

"Knockout mice were generated at the University of California, Davis, Mouse Biology Program (MBP)".
 
 
"We are grateful for the technical support, products and services provided to our research by the Mouse Biology Program (www.mousebiology.org) at the University of California Davis."

 

Grant Applications

When MBP is listed as a resource on grant applications, we are more than happy to provide you with a letter of support.  Once your grant is submitted and funded, we ask that you submit via email a copy of the grant application to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

KOMP

By obtaining a KOMP product or service from the KOMP Repository, you are agreeing to acknowledge the NIH KOMP program. Please provide KOMP via email with PDF copies of any acknowledgements once published at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 
The following is an example of text you may use for acknowledgement in your publication:
 
 
CSD Targeted Alleles 
 

"The mouse strain used for this research project was created by the Mouse Biology Program (www.mousebiology.org) at the University of California Davis using vector [INSERT VECTOR ID HERE], generated by the trans-NIH Knock-Out Mouse Project (KOMP) and obtained from the KOMP Repository (www.komp.org). NIH grants to Velocigene at Regeneron Inc (U01HG004085) and the CSD Consortium (U01HG004080) funded the generation of gene-targeted vectors and ES cells for over 8500 genes in the KOMP Program and archived and distributed by the KOMP Repository at UC Davis and CHORI (U42RR024244)."

 

Methods used on the CSD targeted alleles have been published, please reference the following:

 

"Skarnes, W.C., Rosen, B., West, A.P., Koutsourakis, M., Bushell, W., Iyer, V., Mujica, A.O., Thomas, M., Harrow, J., Cox, T. et al. (2011) A conditional knockout resource for the genome-wide study of mouse gene function. Nature, 474, 337-342.”

 

Velocigene Targeted Alleles 

 

 

 

Velocigene alleles

 

 Methods used to create the Velocigene targeted alleles have been published, please reference the following:
 
"Valenzuela, D. M., Murphy, A. J., Frendewey, D., Gale, N. W., Economides, A. N., Auerbach, W., Poueymirou, W. T., Adams, N. C., Rojas, J., Yasenchak, J., et al. (2003). High-throughput engineering of the mouse genome coupled with high-resolution expression analysis. Nat Biotechnol 21, 652-659."

 

 

 

 

Eummcr-Distributed Embryonic Stem Cells used to Generate ES Cell and Mice

The following is an example of text you may use for acknowledgement when acknowledging Eummcr stem cells in your publications:

 "The [gene] mouse strain used for this research project was created from ES cell clone (CLONE ID HERE) generated by the WellcomeTrust Sanger Institute, purchased from the Eummcr and made into mice by the Mouse Biology Program (www.mousebiology.org) at the University of California Davis".

 

The following is an example of text you may use for acknowledgement for methods used on the EUCOMM targeted alleles:

"Skarnes, W.C., Rosen, B., West, A.P., Koutsourakis, M., Bushell, W., Iyer, V., Mujica, A.O., Thomas, M., Harrow, J., Cox, T. et al. (2011) A conditional knockout resource for the genome-wide study of mouse gene function. Nature, 474, 337-342.”