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vector cloning, Davis (UC Davis) and Children''s Hospital Oakland Research Institute (CHORI) in Oakland, phenotyping services, are collaborating to preserve, Repository of mouse vectors, and sperm generated by the NIH KOMP Mutagenesis Project. In addition, protect, etc. The KOMP Repository is the final component of a more than $50 million trans-NIH initiative to increase the availability of genetically altered mice and related materials. The University of California, cryopreservation, including ES cell microinjection, embryos, post-insertional modification of cloned ES cells, ICSI) and mouse breeding, and make available about 8,500 types of knockout mice and related products available to the research community. The products are generated by two KOMP mutagenesis teams (the CSD consortium and Regeneron Inc). All KOMP products generated by the CSD consortium and Regeneron are available through the KOMP Repository., the KOMP Repository offers services in support of the KOMP products, Calif., mice, ES cells, pathology (clinical and anatomical) pathology services, assisted reproduction techniques (IVF


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Resource ID

nif-0000-00185, SCR_007318

Related Condition

Knock out mouse

Website Status

Last checked up;

Parent Organization

Childrens Hospital Oakland Research Institute, University of California at Davis; California; USA, NIH Knockout Mouse Project (KOMP)


KOMP Repository

Related Application(s)




Related Disease(s)

Knock out mouse




For research purposes only


KOMP Repository Knockout Mouse Project, UCDavis KOMP Repository Knockout Mouse Project, UC Davis KOMP Repository Knockout Mouse Project

Proper citation

http://www.komp.org/, RRID:nif-0000-00185

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