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 June 16, 2015
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Reproducibility White Paper

New MUMC Website!
 April 06, 2015

The MU Metagenomics Center recently launched a new website – please visit us at:
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Microbiota Characterization
 April 02, 2015
The gut microbiota (GM) is now recognized as a key factor in health and disease.  Differences in the composition of the gut microbiota of research animals may contribute to altered phenotypes or poor reproducibility of animal-based studies.  Culture-independent techniques such as next-generation sequencing (NGS) allow in-depth characterization of the gut microbiota.  The MMRRC now offers a full line of NGS-related services including fecal DNA extraction, 16S rDNA gene sequencing, and informatics analysis to researchers using mouse models.  For more information, please see here or contact

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Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association
 June 01, 2013

One Medicine: Collaborative Research on Human & Animal Disease for the Betterment of Both
Craig L. Franklin, DVM, PhD .......... 195

A Brief History of Animal Modeling
Aaron C. Ericsson, DVM, PhD, Marcus J. Crim, DVM & Craig L. Franklin, DVM, PhD .......... 201

New York Times Article Misleads on the Value of Mouse Models
Catherine E. Hagan, DVM, PhD .......... 206

The Mighty Mouse: The Impact of Rodents on Advances in Biomedical Research
Elizabeth C. Bryda, PhD .......... 207

The Laboratory Animal Veterinarian: More than just a Mouse Doctor
Cynthia G. Alvarado, DVM & Lonny M. Dixon, DVM .......... 223

Colony Rederivation
Rederivation to pathogen-free status via embryo transfer requires submission of 5-6 males, 10-24 weeks of age and 10-12 females, 7-12 weeks of age to use as oocyte-donors. You will receive all recovered pups after genotyping and health monitoring assays are performed.

Resuscitation and rederivation procedures are performed in pathogen-free barrier facility, and clean surrogate mothers purchased from commercial vendor are used for embryo transfers. You will receive the litters with confirmed genetics and pathogen-free health status.


Rederivation to pathogen-free status via embryo transfer

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