Register New MMRRC Account
Register for New Mouse Models
Click Here for Additional Contact Information
In order to encourage submission of valuable mouse strains while the Donating Investigator awaits publication of the first paper describing the strain, the submission form includes an option to request Delayed Release. If the strain is accepted with Delayed Release, the MMRRC will not list the strain in the MMRRC website catalog and the strain will not be available for distribution to other researchers during the Delayed Release period which is the time between acceptance of the strain by the MMRRC and publication of the first paper, up to a maximum of 12 months. During this Delayed Release period, the assigned MMRRC facility will import and cryopreserve the strain. The DI should notify the MMRRC (firstname.lastname@example.org) of a pending or actual publication.
Pursuant to NIH policy, the MMRRC will list the strain in the MMRRC Catalog and make mice available as soon as feasible after the expiration of the Delayed Release period or sooner upon the DI’s approval.
The DI is requested to cite the MMRRC (www.mmrrc.org) as providers of the strain in manuscripts describing research using the strain.