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Ordering name: 129+Ter/SvJcl
Nomenclature: 129+Ter/SvJcl
Availability: Live colony


This strain was derived from 129/terSv, established by Stevens in 1973 as an inbred strain that develops congenital testicular teratoma at a high frequency. Later in 1985, Dr. Motoko Noguchi at Shizuoka University discovered the recessive gene ter (teratoma) that causes a reproductive cell defect. Wild-type mice of this strain were introduced to CLEA Japan Inc. through Shizuoka University and the University of Tokyo (+Ter in the notation of the strain denotes the genotype +/+).


These mice are mainly used for the production of ES cells for gene targeting.

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