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Inbred Strains of Mice: LIBP


Inbr F60 (1993). Origin: Kunming outbred "Swiss" mice obtained from theHaffkin Medical Science Institute to China in 1946. Characterised at 26 loci by Wu et al (1992). High level of delayed hypersensitivity (1/5). Rate of Fc receptor (IgG) positive cells is lower than in C57BL/6, C3H/He or DBA/2. It is relatively sensitive to BCG, B. anthracis, Hantaan virus, Dyssentery bacillus, rabies fixed virus, sarcoma 180, Echerichia's ascites tumour, leukaemia cells L7712 and diabetes. A cross between LIPB/1 and BALB/c produces more and better quality ascites than BALB/c alone (Dr. Ning Lei, personal communication)

Wu X., Wang C., Katoh H., Xing R., Zhang X., Yao G., Zhu B., and Moriwaki K. (1992) Genetic profile of LIBP/1 inbred strain derived from the Kunming outbred stock of the mouse. [Japanese]. Exp. Animals (Japan) 41, 541-543. \par

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

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