Table 1 - Key to the Chart of Strain Genealogies

StrainDiagram referenceReferenceExtant
101 B8 2 y
102 B9 2 y
129P1-Lama2dy B10 3-5 y
(129P1/Re-Lama2dy, 129/ Re-Lama2dy)
129P1 (129P1/ReJ, 129/ReJs) B11 3-5 y
129P2 B12 3-5 y
129P3 B20 3-5 y
129/Rr B21 3-5 y
129X1 B15 3-5 y
129S1 B19 3-5 y
129S2 B18 3-5 y
129S3 B17 3-5 y
129S4 B16 3-5 y
129S5 B22 3-5 y
129S6 B23 3-5 y
129S7 B24 3-5 y
129S8 B25 3-5 y
129/Sv B28 3-5 y
129T1 B26 3-5 y
129T2 B27 3-5 y
201/Rl D24 2 y
615 C21 2 y
A/Br B65 2 ?
A/Fa B66 2 ?
A/He B70 2, 6-8 y
A/J B68 2 y
A2G B64 2 y
AA C31 2, 9 y
AB D111 2 y
ABH D38 2 y
ABJ/Le B73 2 y
ABL D39 2 y
ABP/Le D37 2 y
ACR/A B82 2 ?
AE E32 2 y
AEJ E33 2 y
AG/Cam B58 2 y
AKR/FuA B81 2, 5, 6, 8 y
AKR/J B85 2, 5, 6, 8 y
AL B63 2 y
AM D36 2 y
AMMS/1 C23 2 y
ARC A20 10 ?
AS extinct 2 A
T extinct 2 A
TEB B40 2 y
AU/SsJ B56 2 y
AX E21 2 ?
AY D31 2 y
BA D79 2 y
BALB/cJ B78 2, 5, 8 y
BBT E3 2 ?
BDP/J B30 2, 5, 11, 12 y
BFM/2 F16 13 ?
BIMA B121 2 ?
BIR B120 2 ?
BL B79 2, 14 ?
BLN D14 2 ?
BLRB B49 2 y
BN/a D7 2 y
BN/b D8 2 y
BNT B129 2 ?
BOMG D16 2 y
BPH/2SLg G14 2 y
BPL/1 G15 2 y
BPN/3 G16 2 y
BRS B54 2 ?
BRSUNT B53 2 y
BRVR B101 2, 14 ?
BRVS B100 2 ?
BSC B102 2 ?
BSVR B99 2 ?
BSVS B98 2 y
BT/Os E16 2, 14 ?
BUA D40 2, 14 ?
BUB/BnJ D41 2, 5 y
BXSB/Mp E19 2 y
C/St B45 2, 14 extinct?
C.B17 B77 2 y
C1 D20 2 y
C2 D21 2 y
C121 B44 12 extinct?
C3H B47 2, 5, 8 y
C3HA B48 2 y
C57BL/6 E12 2, 5, 8, 12 y
C57BL/6Ha E35 R. Elliot, pers. comm. y
C57BL/10 E9 2, 5, 8 y
C57BLKS/J E23 15 y
C57BR E5 2, 5 y
C57/Icr E15 2 ?
C57L/J E4 2 y
C57P (same as P/A) E7 2, 5, 14 y
C58/J E2 2, 5 y
CASA/Rk F21 2, 13 y
CAST/Ei F22 2, 13 y
CAT D96 2 y
CBA B55 and B57 2, 5, 8 y
CBRB B50 2 y
CC57W B74 2 y
CD-1 A19 16 y
CE D110 2, 5, 6 y
CF1 D51 2 y
CFCW D55 2 y
CFO D52 2 ?
CFW D50 2 y
CHI B43 2, 14 extinct?
CHMU/Le D57 2 y
CKB B46 2 ?
CL/Fr B69 2 y
CLA F36 2, 13 y
CLA2/Cn F35 2, 13, 17 y
CN D19 2 y
CPB-F D121 2 y
CPB-H D128 2 y
CPB-K (formerly named KC) D126 2 y
CPB-M D123 2 y
CPB-MO D122 2 y
CPB-N D120 2 y
CPB-P (renamed PC-CpbU) D133 2 y
CPB-Q D119 2 y
CPB-S A48 2, 18 y
CPB-T D124 2 y
CPB-TK D125 2 y
CPB-V (renamed VC) D135 2 y
CPB-WG D127 2 y
CPB-WV D136 2 y
CPB-X D118 2 y
CRM D63 2 y
CS/Nga G22 19 y
CT B126 2 y
CTA A45 2, 20 ?
CTS A11 2 y
CWD/Le B61 2 y
CZECHII/Ei F13 21 y
D103/Ms C15 2 y
DA/Hu A32 2 y
DBA/1 B39 2, 5, 8, 12 y
DBA/2 B42 2, 5, 8, 12 y
DC/Le B72 2 y
DD C8 2, 14 ?
DDD C9 2 y
DDI C5 2 ?
DDK C7 2 y
DDN C37 2 y
DDP C38 2 y
DDY C10 2 y
DE D109 2 y
DF extinct 2
DH B76 2 y
DHS C1 2 y
DK/Lm D2 2, 22 ?
DKI C12 2 y
DKI-R C11 2 y
DL D3 2 y
DLS/Le D1 2 y
DM C16 2 y
DMC D17 2 ?
DOPG F43 2 ?
DRC C18 2 y
DSD C2 2 y
DTB C6 2 ?
DW/J D66 2 y
EBT E13 2 ?
EL C22 2 y
FB 5 2 y
FB B6 2 y
FL B131 2 y
FM C27 2 y
FRG C14 2 ?
FS/Ei B130 2 y
FSB E8 2 ?
FTC D132 2 y
FVB/N A25 2, 23 y
G D67 2 ?
GL/Le D95 2 y
GLF/Y D87 2 ?
GRS D89 2 y
GT/Le G20 2 y
H1 E17 2 y
H2 E18 2 y
H2G (renamed HTG/GoSfSn) G13 2 y
H2H (renamed HTH) G12 2 y
H2I (renamed HTI) G11 2 y
HC D130 2 ?
HLC/Ckc G4 2 ?
HLG D94 2 ?
HLS A44 2 y
HPG D90 2 y
HPT/Le G21 2 y
HR/Rl D93 2, 14 ?
HR/De D91 24 y
HRA D26 2 ?
HRS/J D92 2 y
HSFR/N A23 2, 16 y
HSFS/N A24 2, 16 y
HTG/GoSfSn (formerly named H2G) G13 2 y
HTH (formerly named H2H) G12 2 y
HTI (formerly named H2I) G11 2 y
HYIII/Le G19 2 y
I/LnJ B29 2, 5, 11 y
I/St B3 2, 5, 11 y
IAH A36 2 ?
IC/Le B59 2 y
ICFW D49 2 y
ICGN A8 2 y
ICR A9 2 y
ICR/Bc A12 2, 25 ?
ICW A7 2 y
IDH2/Ei E20 2 y
IF D18 2 y
IITES G24 2 y
ILS G17 2 y
IM B33 2, 11 y
IMVS A18 10 ?
IOR/Hab D25 2 y
IQI A6 2 y
IS/Cam F19 2, 11 y
ISS G18 2 y
ITES G25 26 ?
IVCE C3 2, 27 ?
IVCS C4 2 y
IXBL G7 2 y
J D102 2, 14 ?
JBT/Jd D103 2 ?
JE/Le D112 2, 11 y
JF1 F34 28 y
JGBF/Le B135 2 y
JIGR/Dn B127 2 y
JK B1 2 ?
JU B36 2 y
K D65 2 ?
KC (renamed CPB-K) D126 2 y
KE D81 2 y
KF C13 2 ?
KI D27 2, 14 ?
KK C29 2 y
KP D80 2 y
KR C30 2 y
KSB C28 2, 14 ?
KSN C17 2 ?
KYF/Hok C35 2, 29 y
KYF/Ms C34 2 y
L1 B75 2 y
L2 G1 2 ?
LDJ/Le B62 2 y
LG/J D72 2 y
LIPB/1-4 A39 2 y
LIS D23 2 y
LLC/Ckc G3 2 ?
LM D104 2 y
LMM/Bc B136 2 ?
LP B7 2, 5 y
LPT/Le B67 2 ?
LS/Ibg G10 2, 30 y
LS/Le E14 2 y
LST D30 2 y
LT E1 2 y
LTS D28 2 y
MA/MyJ E10 2 y
MAI/Pas F3 13 y
MAS D88 2, 14 ?
MB B34 2 y
MBT/Pas F15 13 y
MH D77 2 y
MIG D86 2 y
MIW D56 2 y
MK B41 2 y
MM D105 2 ?
MO D137 2 y
MOA F31 2, 13 y
MOC D131 2 ?
MOLC/Rk F26 2, 13 y
MOL-NIS F33 13 ?
MOLD/Rk F27 2, 13 y
MOLE F29 2, 13 ?
MOLF/Ei F25 13 y
MOLG/Dn F28 2, 13 y
MOM F32 2, 13 y
MOR F46 Lennon-Pierce, pers. comm. y
MOR2 F45 2, 13 y
MRL/MpJ G27 2 y
MS/Ae A21 2, 31 y
MSM F30 13 y
MT/Hokldr F23 2, 32 y
MTH F24 2 y
MWT/Le G6 2 ?
MY E6 2 y
MYD E22 2 y
NB 2 2 y
NAKED D99 2 ?
NBC G23 33 extinct?
NBL E28 2 ?
NBR C20 2 ?
NC C19 2 y
NCU/CpbU D129 2 ?
ND2/RiJ A41 2 y
NFR A31 2, 16 y
NFS A30 2, 16 y
NGP A28 2, 16, 23, 34 y
NH B4 2 y
NIH(Fv-1n) A27 2, 16, 23, 35 y
NJS C33 2 ?
NLC D58 2 ?
NMRI A22 2 y
NOD A14 2 y
NON A13 2 y
NOR1/Lt A16 2 y
NOR2/Lt A15 2 ?
NRH D101 2 ?
NSY A10 2, 36 y
NU/J A26 2 y
NYLR D100 2 y
NZB B112 2, 5 y
NZBR B107 2 ?
NZC B109 2 y
NZM B113 2 y
NZO B110 2 y
NZW B114 2 y
NZX B106 2, 14 ?
NZY B108 2, 14 ?
O20 B118 2 y
OIR B117 2 ?
OUBCr B111 2, 37 ?
OUBW D5 2, 37 ?
OUCW D4 2, 37 ?
OUF D68 2, 37 ?
OUGW D6 2, 37 ?
OUYW D69 2, 37 ?
P/A (same as C57P) E7 2, 5, 14 ?
P/J B31 2, 5, 11 y
PAA F39 2 ?
PAB F40 2 ?
PAC F41 13 y
PAD F42 2 ?
PANCEVO/Ei F6 38 y
PBA D34 2, 14 ?
PBB/Ld D35 2 ?
PC-CpbU (formerly named CPB-P) D133 2 y
PE B137 2 y
PERA F48 13 y
PERC F44 2 y
PERU-Coppock F47 2, 39 y
PET B132 2 extinct?
PF D43 2 ?
PH/Re E36 2 y
PHH D44 2, 14 ?
PHL D45 2, 14 ?
PIC A40 2 ?
PL/J D75 2 y
PM B134 2 y
PN D106 2 ?
PRO B13 2 y
PT D59 2 y
PUC B51 2 ?
PUH B52 2 ?
PWB F9 13 ?
PWD/Ph F8 2, 13 y
PWK F10 2, 13, 40 y
QC D54 2 ?
Q(S) A5 10 ?
QF-5604 D84 2 ?
QF-5612 D85 2 ?
RIII/J D108 2 y
RIIIS/J D107 2 y
RAP/Ko D53 2 ?
RB A43 2 y
RBA/Dn F5 13 y
RBB/Dn F4 13 y
RBC/Dn D138 2, 41, 42 y
RBD/Dn F12 2 y
RBE extinct 2
RBF/Dn F11 2 y
RBG/Dn G29 2 y
RBJ G9 2 y
RC D134 2 y
RF/J B84 2, 5, 6 y
RFM B83 2 y
RHJ/LeJ B71 2 y
RNC D10 2 ?
ROP/Le G8 2 y
RR C32 2 y
RSV/Le E37 2 y
RW D11 2 y
S D71 2 y
SAMP1 B88 43 y
SAMP2 B89 43 y
SAMP3 B90 43 y
SAMP6 B91 43 y
SAMP7 B92 43 y
SAMP8 B93 43 y
SAMP9 B94 43 y
SAMP10 B95 43 y
SAMP11 B96 43 y
SAMR1 B87 43 y
SAMR4 B86 43 y
SB/Le D70 2 y
SC B97 2 y
SD D22 2, 14 ?
SEA B35 2, 5, 6 y
SEC/1ReJ B80 2, 5, 6 y
SEG/Pas F2 13 y
SELH/Bc G28 2, 44, 45 y
SEN A17 2 y
SF F49 13 y
SH1 E30 2 y
SHM/2(Gn) E40 2 y
SHN A1 2 y
SHR E39 2 y
SII G26 46 extinct?
SIIT D13 2 ?
SIM A42 2 y
SJL/J A29 2, 5, 6, 16 y
SK/CamEi F7 13 y
SL/QDj A47 2, 47 y
SLN A2 2 y
SM/J B37 2, 48 y
SM/JH B38 2, 49 y
SPE F17 2, 13 y
SPRET/Ei F14 13 y
SRH B115 2 y
SRL B116 2 y
SS C26 2 y
SSIN D115 2 y
SSL/Le B139 2 y
ST D64 2, 5, 6 y
STAR B60 2 y
STOLI D78 2, 14 extinct?
STR D32 2 y
STR/1 D33 2 y
STS D83 2 y
STU A38 2 y
STUD D76 10 ?
STX/Le B138 2 ?
SUMS D29 2 ?
SWJ A4 2 ?
SWM/Ms A3 2 y
SWR/J A33 2, 5, 16 y
SWV D82 2 y
SXC A46 2 ?
SZA B103 2 ?
SZB B104 2 ?
SZC B105 2 ?
T739 C36 2 ?
TA1 C25 2 y
TA2 C24 2 y
TB/Orl A34 2 ?
TF E29 2 y
TFH D74 2 y
TFM D73 2 y
TH D47 2, 14 ?
TKDU B119 2 y
TL D48 2, 14 ?
TM A37 2, 14 ?
TP E31 2 y
TPS/Y G5 2 y
TR D113 2 y
TRE/Ko D12 2 ?
TS extinct 2
TSI D9 2 ?
TSJ/Le E38 2 y
TT6 D114 2 y
UMB B123 2 ?
UMC B125 2 ?
UMCBE B128 2 ?
UMDH/+ D116 2, 50 ?
UMG B122 2 ?
UMS D117 2, 50 ?
UMZ B124 2 ?
UW B14 2 y
V E34 2 y
VC (formerly named CPB-V) D135 2 y
VL D46 2 y
VM B32 2, 11 y
VP extinct 2
VY/Wf B133 2 y
WB E24 2 y
WC E25 2 y
WH E26 2, 14 ?
WHT D15 2 y
WK E27 2, 14 ?
WLA/Pas F1 2, 13 y
WLHR/Le D42 2 y
WLL D97 2, 51, 52 ?
WLO D98 2, 14 ?
WMP/Pas F20 13 y
WSA F37 13 ?
WSB F38 13 y
X D62 2, 14 ?
XLII D61 2 ?
XVII D60 2 y
YBR E11 2, 14 ?
YPC A35 2 y
YS E41 2 y
YT/Y G2 2 extinct?
ZALENDE/Ei F18 38 y


'Diagram reference' indicates where the strain is found in Fig. 1. 'Extant' denotes that this strain is still alive -- information comes from ref. 1, M.F.W.F. pers. comm., the International Index of Laboratory Animals (http://www2.nas.edu/festing/) and the International Mouse Strain Resources (see http://www.jax.org/pub-cgi/imsrlist or http://imsr.har.mrc.ac.uk/). A strain name in parentheses denotes an old name that should no longer be used.
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