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Inbred Strains of Mice: IOR


Inbr (Hab) 65. Albino: c. Origin: R. Castillo Menendez from 1970 from outbred albino mice. High fertility, low mortality and rapid growth in tropical conditions. Tumour incidence 32%. Amyloidosis and chronic nephritis seen in old animals. 95% of old animals also develop cataracts which may be caused by a recessive mutation (Menendez and Abdraschitova 1990). Maintaind by Hab.

Menendez R. C. and Abdraschitova E. (1990) Development and characterization of the IOR/Hab inbred mouse strain. Lab. Anim. 24, 303-307. \par

Updated 9 Apr. 1998
Michael FW Festing
MRC Toxicology Unit, Hodgkin Building,
University of Leicester, UK

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