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December 4, 2014
Representatives of the Mutant Mouse Regional Resource Center will be attending the American Society of Cell Biology Meeting in Philadelphia December 6-10. Please come by booth #916 and let us help you with your mouse research needs.
October 2, 2014
The NIDDK Information Network (dkNET) serves the needs of basic and clinical investigators by providing seamless access to large pools of data relevant to the mission of The National Institute of Diabetes Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK). The dkNET portal contains information about research resources such as antibodies, vectors and mouse strains, data, protocols, and literature.
April 28, 2014
The MMRRC is pleased to officially announce the release of our newly redesigned order process! Along with user-friendly navigation and the new "Favorites" feature, the order form has been updated with the latest information and a fresh new look. The new design allows users to navigate through the order process easily and effectively with alerts for missed questions, in-line hints, and the ability to alter contact information within the form. The new Favorites feature allows users to save and organize their favorite products and even allows them to send their favorites list to their registered email account for later reference.
Welcome to the Mutant Mouse Regional Resource Centers (MMRRC) Web site.
The MMRRC distributes and cryopreserves scientifically valuable, genetically engineered mouse strains and mouse ES cell lines with potential value for the genetics and biomedical research community. We are a national network of breeding and distribution facilities plus an information coordinating center serving together as NIH's premier repository of spontaneous and induced mutant mouse and cell lines. The MMRRC is supported by the National Center for Research Resources at the National Institutes of Health.
Strains of mice are maintained in a cryopreserved state unless demand warrants that a live colony be established. Live mice are supplied from a production colony, from a colony recovered from cryopreservation, or via micro-injection of a cell line into host blastocysts. At its option, an MMRRC facility may offer cryopreserved material for resuscitation at the recipient scientist's institution. The MMRRC charges fees to partially cover repository costs; please see our Fees page for details.