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Inbred Strains of Mice: NC


Inbr: F112 (Nga). Cinnamon. Genet: A, b, C, D, S. Origin: K. Kondo, from Japanese fancy mice (Nishiki-Nezumi).


Leukocyte count 2.95 x 103/ml, erythrocyte count 9.06 x 106/ml, haematocrit 50, haemoglobin 19 g/100 ml. Liver and kidney esterase like DBA/2. Susceptible to X-irradiation; LD50/30 547 R (Tajima, 1968). Highly susceptible to anaphylactic shock from ovalbumin (cf. 2/13) (Tanioka and Esaki, 1971).

Tajima Y. (1968) Stansardized nomenclature for inbred strains of mice. Experimental animals in cancer research. Japanese Cancer Association Gann Monograph 5, 123-128. \par

Tanioka Y. and Esaki K. (1971) Strain differences in mortality of anaphylactic shock in mice-challenging by intravenous injection. Exp. Animals (Japan) 20, 127-130. \par

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

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