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1953 703
1954 767
1955 834
1956 841
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1958 957
1959 1156
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1961 1302
1962 1438
1963 3264
1964 4975
1965 4847
1966 5690
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1968 7004
1969 7693
1970 7931
1971 8436
1972 9594
1973 10164
1974 10300
1975 10926
1976 10606
1977 10488
1978 11387
1979 13127
1980 13785
1981 14498
1982 15509
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1984 16933
1985 17525
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1987 17019
1988 17777
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1990 19007
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1992 20371
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1996 25946
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1998 28103
1999 30007
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2001 32593
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2003 36910
2004 40067
2005 43669
2006 47630
2007 50210
2008 53429
2009 56648
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2011 66532
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Comparing phenotypic variation between inbred and outbred mice.
Tuttle AH, et al. Nat Methods 2018. PMID 30504873 Free PMC article.
Inbred mice are preferred over outbred mice with the assumption that they display less trait variability. We compared coefficients of variation and failed to find evidence of greater trait stability in inbred mice. We conclude that contrary to conventional wisdom, outbred mice may be better subjects for most biomedical research....
Inbred mice are preferred over outbred mice with the assumption that they display less trait variability. We compared coeffici …
African striped mice.
Mallarino R, et al. Curr Biol 2018. PMID 29614283 Free article.
Coagulation phenotype of wild-type mice on different genetic backgrounds.
Kopić A, et al. Lab Anim 2019. PMID 30419767 Free PMC article.
Genetically engineered mouse models are used to investigate beneficial treatment in haemophilia by comparison with wild-type mice. It has been recognized that wild-type and haemophilic mice of different genetic backgrounds show different bleeding phenotypes. ...
Genetically engineered mouse models are used to investigate beneficial treatment in haemophilia by comparison with wild-type mice. It …
Optimal tube length of orotracheal intubation for mice.
Nosaka N, et al. Lab Anim 2019. PMID 29649932 Free PMC article.
However, in general, it is difficult to know whether the ETT is placed with appropriate depth into the trachea of mice. We measured the distance from incisors to the bifurcation of trachea of multiple mice, and created a new estimation formula to obtain the suitable ETT length for mice with a body weight range from 17 g to 25 g: length (mm) = 0.5 × bodyweight (g) + 7. ...Thus, slightly shorter than 2 cm (18-20 mm) may be the universal ETT length for mice with bodyweight > 17 g. Furthermore, their foot size may be a good alternative to predict the individual optimal ETT length for mice....
However, in general, it is difficult to know whether the ETT is placed with appropriate depth into the trachea of mice. We measured t …
Characteristics of Vibration that Alter Cardiovascular Parameters in Mice.
Li Y, et al. J Am Assoc Lab Anim Sci 2015. PMID 26224436 Free PMC article.
MAP was consistently increased above baseline values at an acceleration near 1 m/s(2) and a frequency of 90 Hz in both strains, and HR was increased also in C57BL/6 mice. ...No consistent change in MAP or HR occurred when mice were exposed to frequencies below 80 Hz or above 90 Hz. The increase in MAP and HR occurred only when the mice had conscious awareness of the vibration, given that these changes did not occur when anesthetized mice were exposed to vibration. ...
MAP was consistently increased above baseline values at an acceleration near 1 m/s(2) and a frequency of 90 Hz in both strains, and HR was i …
Effects of Breeding Configuration on Maternal and Weanling Behavior in Laboratory Mice.
Braden GC, et al. J Am Assoc Lab Anim Sci 2017. PMID 28724485 Free PMC article.
Conversely, breeding configuration did not alter pup retrieval times for 129 mice, and on the day of weaning trio- and harem-raised 129 mice demonstrated increased anxiety-like behavior, as evidenced by greater time spent in the periphery of the OFT, when compared with pair-raised counterparts. ...Trio- and harem-raised B6 and 129 weanling mice had significantly higher weaning weights than weanlings raised in a pair breeding configuration. ...
Conversely, breeding configuration did not alter pup retrieval times for 129 mice, and on the day of weaning trio- and harem-raised 1 …
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