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  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    Order mice EMMA axenic germ free service FAQs EMMA protocols Cryopreservation workshop Training courses Bibliography Links Internal Site The European Mouse Mutant Archive EMMA is a non profit repository for the collection archiving via cryopreservation and distribution of relevant mutant strains essential for basic biomedical research The laboratory mouse is the most important mammalian model for studying genetic and multi factorial diseases in man Thus the work of EMMA will

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  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    delle Ricerche Istituto di Biologia Cellulare CNR IBC Via E Ramarini 32 I 00016 Monterotondo Scalo Roma tel 39 0690091208 fax 39 0690091260 e mail gtocchini ibc cnr it Server Owner and Administration European Bioinformatics Institute EMBL EBI Wellcome Trust Genome Campus Hinxton Cambridge CB10 1SD UK e mail damian ebi ac uk Concept Dr Michael Hagn Dr Sabine Fessele Dr Stefanie Zeretzke Content Management EMMA Technical Working Group Technical Concept Layout www floss design de Ms Karen Floss Photos www berndmueller fotografie de Mr Bernd Müller Online Realisation Dr Damian Smedley Dr Chao Kung Chen Dr Edoardo Marcora Mr Phil Wilkinson Disclaimer 1 Content The EMMA consortium reserves the right not to be responsible for the topicality correctness completeness or quality of the information provided Liability claims regarding damage caused by the use of any information provided including any kind of information which is incomplete or incorrect will therefore be rejected Parts of the pages or the complete publication including all offers and information might be extended changed or partly or completely deleted by the EMMA consortium without separate announcement 2 Referrals and links The EMMA consortium is not responsible for any contents linked or referred to from the EMMA consortium pages unless the EMMA consortium has full knowledge of illegal contents and is able to prevent the visitors of the EMMA consortium site from viewing those pages If any damage occurs by the use of information presented there only the author of the respective page might be liable not the one who has linked to these pages 3 Copyright The EMMA consortium intended not to use any copyrighted material for the publication or if not possible to indicate the copyright of the respective object The copyright for any material created by the EMMA consortium is reserved Any duplication

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  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    EMMA projects Costs Deposit mice Order mice EMMA axenic germ free service FAQs EMMA protocols Cryopreservation workshop Training courses Bibliography Links Internal Site Sitemap of the EMMA Website about EMMA Introduction Organisation Resource database Collaborating institutions EMMA partners CNR IBC CNRS CDTA MRC MGU KI FCG IGC HMGU IEG EMBL EBI GIE CERBM ICS Sanger Institute CNB CSIC FLEMING EMMA projects Introduction EMMAservice objectives EMMAservice activities EUCOMM EUMODIC WT Knockout

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  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    description contains one or more matches to your query The search is case insensitive and partial terms can be entered Help NEWS About EMMA EMMA partners EMMA projects Costs Deposit mice Order mice EMMA axenic germ free service FAQs EMMA protocols Cryopreservation workshop Training courses Bibliography Links Internal Site Contact EMMA Dr Michael Hagn The European Mouse Mutant Archive EMMA Project Coordination Office Helmholtz Zentrum München German Research Center for

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  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    for basic biomedical research The laboratory mouse is the most important mammalian model for studying genetic and multi factorial diseases in man Thus the work of EMMA will play a crucial role in exploiting the tremendous potential benefits to human health presented by the current research in mammalian genetics EMMA is now a service of INFRAFRONTIER EMMA will be fully integrated in the INFRAFRONTIER website with new contents and new

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  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    April 2012 Number of access units in this call 25 published 01 January 2012 Eleventh call for Transnational Access open The eleventh call for free of charge Transnational Access to EMMA resources is now open Eligible customers can apply for Transnational Access that is supported by the EMMAservice project on the EMMA Mutant Request Form Closing date of the call 31 December 2011 Evaluation will be finished 15 January 2012 Number of access units in this call 24 published 01 October 2011 Tenth call for Transnational Access open The tenth call for free of charge Transnational Access to EMMA resources is now open Eligible customers can apply for Transnational Access that is supported by the EMMAservice project on the EMMA Mutant Request Form Closing date of the call 30 September 2011 Evaluation will be finished 15 October 2011 Number of access units in this call 25 published 01 July 2011 Ninth call for Transnational Access open The ninth call for free of charge Transnational Access to EMMA resources is now open Eligible customers can apply for Transnational Access that is supported by the EMMAservice project on the EMMA Mutant Request Form Closing date of the call 30 June 2011 Evaluation will be finished 15 July 2011 Number of access units in this call 22 published 01 April 2011 Eighth call for Transnational Access open The eighth call for free of charge Transnational Access to EMMA resources is now open Eligible customers can apply for Transnational Access that is supported by the EMMAservice project on the EMMA Mutant Request Form Closing date of the call 31 March 2011 Evaluation will be finished 15 April 2011 Number of access units in this call 25 published 01 January 2011 Seventh call for Transnational Access open The seventh call for free of charge Transnational Access to EMMA resources is now open Eligible customers can apply for Transnational Access that is supported by the EMMAservice project on the EMMA Mutant Request Form Closing date of the call 31 December 2010 Evaluation will be finished 15 January 2011 Number of access units in this call 22 published 01 October 2010 Sixth call for Transnational Access open The sixth call for free of charge Transnational Access to EMMA resources is now open Eligible customers can apply for Transnational Access that is supported by the EMMAservice project on the EMMA Mutant Request Form Closing date of the call 30 September 2010 Evaluation will be finished 15 October 2010 Number of access units in this call 24 published 01 July 2010 Fifth call for Transnational Access open The fifth call for free of charge Transnational Access to EMMA resources is now open Eligible customers can apply for Transnational Access that is supported by the EMMAservice project on the EMMA Mutant Request Form Closing date of the call 30 June 2010 Evaluation will be finished 15 July 2010 Number of access units in this call 22 published 01 April 2010 Fourth call for Transnational Access open The fourth call for

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  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    protocols Cryopreservation workshop Training courses Bibliography Links Internal Site EMMA projects The EMMA network is running an infrastructure project funded by the EC FP7 Capacities Specific Program and is supporting other EC funded research projects such as EUCOMM and EUMODIC In addition EMMA is collaborating with the Wellcome Trust and the Sanger Institute The projects EMMA is involved in will lead to a significant growth of the EMMA archive in

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  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    the achievements of its successful predecessor the EMMAinf project that was funded by the EC FP6 Infrastructures Program Please see here for a summary of EMMAinf partners objectives activities and achievements Objectives of EMMAservice The mouse shows great similarities in development physiology and biochemistry to humans which makes it a key model for research into human disease The major challenges for mouse functional genomics in the 21st century are to Develop a series of mutant alleles for every gene in the mouse genome Determine the phenotypic consequences of each mutation Identify mouse models for the complete disease spectrum in humans Provide reliable access to mouse models and associated data To exploit the resources emerging from initiatives such as the International Knock Out Mouse Consortium IKMC mouse models must be preserved and made available to the entire European biomedical research community which is wholly dependent on new mouse models of human disease Building on EMMA s previous achievements as the primary mouse repository in Europe EMMAservice aims to meet the future challenges presented by archiving and disseminating mouse models in the ERA as follows Archiving of 1224 new mouse mutant lines in support of individual depositors and also European mouse genetics programmes Support of eligible customers with free of charge Transnational Access for up to 20 of requested mouse resources Technology development will underpin the archiving and distribution efforts by advancing current sperm freezing technology Training courses will promote the shipment of frozen germplasm rather than live mice EMMA informatics will support user services by setting new standards for user friendly access to EMMA services extensive data curation and cross referencing with other mouse database resources Outreach efforts to attract users will be widened and directed towards the translational research community EMMAservice will contribute significantly to the development of a world

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