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Event NameThe Jackson Laboratory 2013 Free Webinar. Using Mice in Research: Everything not in the Literature
Event Date(s) Thursday, May 16, 2013  to Thursday, May 16, 2013
Event Location Webinar
Any city, Any state
U.S.A.
CostFree
DescriptionTime: 10am PT / 11am MT / 12pm CT / 1pm ET

To use mice in research, you need to know a great deal about the disease or gene of interest you’re studying. You also need basic knowledge of mouse strain nomenclature and background. If you’re new to using mice or aren’t sure if you’re using them correctly, your colleagues at JAX may have some tips for you.

This webinar’s topics will cover:

• How to easily find mouse strains

• The research value of using proper nomenclature in your publications

• How to select the right strain background

• How to ensure the genetic integrity of your mouse colony

• How to choose the best controls

• Case studies and cautionary tales from the field

SponsorN/A
Host CompanyThe Jackson Laboratory
Contact Information Phone: 207-288-6489
Fax:   916-469-2542 
Email: Jay.Lambert@jax.org
More Information http://jaxmice.jax.org/webinar/2013/miceWebinarMay
 
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