Do you need a research platform that more accurately reflects disease progression and treatment in genetically diverse patient populations? Unlike genetically uniform inbred mice, The Jackson Laboratory’s diversity outbred (J:DO) mice have high genetic and phenotypic diversity resulting from intercrossing eight founder strains. During this presentation, we will discuss how J:DO mice promote translationally-relevant research in pharmacology, toxicology, and biomedical research.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- The genetic basis of diversity in J:DO mice, including the new Annual Diversity Report
- Working with J:DO mice – from husbandry through data analysis
- Designing preclinical research studies using J:DO mice
- Discovery research applications including modeling diverse populations, investigating genetic and environmental basis of disease, and high-resolution gene mapping
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