BALB/cAJcl
BALB/cByJJcl

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BALB/cAJcl<br>BALB/cByJJcl

Ordering name: BALB/cAJcl
BALB/cByJJcl
Nomenclature: BALB/cAJcl, BALB/cByJJcl
Availability: Live colony

Origin

Albino mice maintained by Bagg were transferred to McDowell and Snell and named “BALB,” after “Bagg’s albinos.” Many sublines were produced from BALB/c mice maintained by Snell. BALB/cA mice were introduced with BALB/cA-nu from Dr. C. W. Friis (Denmark) to the Central Institute for Experimental Animals in 1973, and BALB/cA mice at F?+21 were later introduced to CLEA Japan, Inc., in 1989. In addition, BALB/c mice were brought to Bailey (BALB/cBy) and were introduced to the Jackson Laboratory in 1974 (BALB/cByJ). BALB/cByJ mice at F156 were introduced from the Jackson Laboratory to CLEA Japan, Inc. in 1986, and production was then started.。

History of cryopreservation
BALB/cAJcl: Not applicable
BALB/cByJJcl:F166(F156+10),frozen in October 1991

Generation number as of August 2002
BALB/cAJcl:F?+55(21+34)
BALB/cByJJcl:F181(F156+25)

Characteristics

These mice are albinos (AA bb cc DD) with relatively low frequencies of various spontaneously appearing tumors. The mice exhibit white spots arising from calcification in the cardiac tissue. BALB/cByJ is the most frequently used subline in Europe.

Use

These mice are used in the field of immunity and monoclonal antibody research, screening, etc.

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