Mouse strain data

The Jackson Laboratory is a non-profit research organization and repository with over 4,000 mouse models, donated by internal and external researchers, for world-wide distribution. We do not routinely use every strain, but the links provided below offer supplementary data & resources for many of them.

JAX® Mice by research areas

Locate comprehensive lists of JAX® Mice strains specific to diverse areas of mouse genetics and disease research, including new strains under development.

Mouse Genome Informatics (MGI)

Browse this international mouse database resource which provides integrated genetic, genomic, and biological data.

Mouse Phenome Database (MPD)

Find comprehensive phenotypic and genomic data, including biochemical values, weights, and SNPs for commonly used JAX® Mice strains.

Mouse Tumor Biology Database

Discover resources for mouse models of human cancer, including tumor histopathology and images.

C57BL/6J and C57BL/6NJ

Compare two popular substrains of the most widely used inbred mouse.

Nnt differences in C57BL/6J and C57BL/6NJ

Learn about the Nnt mutation and its function. Read the FAQs on the Nnt mutation in C57BL/6J.

NSG forum

Discuss applications of the state of the art immunodeficient mouse model, NSG or NOD-scid gamma with other researchers using these mice.

Immunodeficient mice overview

A high level overview of popular immunodeficient mice available from The Jackson Laboratory.

Mouse data charts

Charts and data concerning JAX® Mice strains are collected on this page.

Mouse strain data on the web

PubMed at NCBI
Search for the most recent publications on a gene of interest or mouse strain.

Ensembl mouse sequence
Query the C57BL/6J mouse sequence (Build 37) for a gene, genomic locus, or nucleotide sequence.

Mouse phylogeny viewer
Discover the genetic diversity across JAX® Mice— established and wild-derived inbred strains alike. View haplotype blocks for any genomic region, download SNPs found on the Mouse Diversity Genotyping Array and determine origin of strains and subspecies.