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  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    with exceptional track records in the integration and running of large scale infrastructures INFRAFRONTIER will build on existing infrastructures developed under EMMA and EUMODIC and forms a coalition with a significant number of funding agencies to develop the prerequisites for a common European infrastructure The INFRAFRONTIER project aims to organise a stable and sustainable infrastructure by The identification of the most suitable legal form Developing a business plan based on

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  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    cell lines being created worldwide meet research demand for these genetically defined mice and ES cell lines Establish consistent highest quality animal health standards in all resource centers Provide genetic verification and quality control for genetic background and mutations Provide resource training to enhance user ability to utilize cryopreserved resources FIMRe Charter FIMRe publication FIMRe Board of Directors FIMRe Federation of International Mouse Resources Global Networking of Resource Centers 2006 Mammalian Genome 17 363 364 PubMed Members of the Federation of International Mouse Resources North America The Jackson Laboratory Bar Harbor ME TJL Mouse Mutant Resource Regional Centers MMRRC includes University of North Carolina Chapel Hill NC University of California Davis CA University of Missouri and Harlan Columbia MO Mouse Models of Human Cancer Consortium Frederick MD MMHCC Canadian Mouse Consortium CMC Canadian Mouse Mutant Repository Toronto Ontario CMMR Europe European Mouse Mutant Archive EMMA includes CNR Istituto di Biologia Cellulare in Monterotondo Italy CNRS Animal Transgenic Institute Orleans France MRC Mammalian Genetics Unit in Harwell UK Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm Sweden Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia in Oeiras Portugal Helmholtz Zentrum München Institute of Experimental Genetics in Munich Germany EMBL European Bioinformatics Institute in Hinxton UK Japan RIKEN BioResource Center

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  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    strain description pages Policy on licensing and use restriction EMMA is committed to advancing biomedical research and makes every effort to distribute mouse strains that are unencumbered by license restrictions However some institutions and companies have created genetically engineered strains or have developed patented technology that has been used to create genetically engineered mice and require that users obtain licenses to use those strains To expedite distribution of new strains EMMA asks users to work directly with the institutions or companies requiring licenses to obtain user licenses A license agreement is required for EMMA strains using TET System technology Licenses for strains using TET System technology Not for profit and academic research institutions are granted an automatic license to use the TET System only for internal academic research purposes with the purchase of this product which license specifically excludes the right to sell or otherwise transfer the TET System or its component parts to third parties In accepting this license all users acknowledge that the TET System is experimental in nature and that the product will not be used in humans TET Systems Holding makes no warranties express or implied of any kind and hereby disclaims all warranties representations or

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  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    given autoclaved bedding autoclaved or irradiated food and filtered or chlorinated water Animals reared in IVCs are cage changed under laminar flow hoods Sentinel program The health status of each animal room is monitored on a regular basis e g 4 times per year when mice are reared in IVCs or monthly when mice are bred in conventional cages in barriered areas These screening progammes involve exposing sentinel animals to

    Original URL path: http://strains.emmanet.org/procedures/health-monitoring.php?style=print& (2016-02-17)
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  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    and all relevant national and European rules and regulations are complied with Accordingly the repository will seek appropriate assurances from all those who contribute animals to it or receive animals from it but EMMA cannot be held responsible for the conduct of national laboratories over which it has no control The regulation 93 88 EEC of 12 October 1993 amending Directive 90 679 EEC on the protection of workers from

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  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    of the evaluation Costs The EMMA cryopreservation service is free of charge However customers have to cover the actual costs for shipping material to the EMMA facilities Archiving slots are funded by the EMMAservice project a four year Integrated Infrastructure Initiative I3 project that started in January 2009 EMMAservice is funded by the EC s FP7 Capacities Specific Programme Requirements for cryopreservation Once approval has been granted depositors are asked

    Original URL path: http://strains.emmanet.org/submissions.php?style=print& (2016-02-17)
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  • EMMA Mutant Submission Form
    6N C57BL 6NCrl C57BL 6NTac C57BL 6Orl C57BL 6Rcc C57BL Ka C57BL KaOrl C57BR CD CBA CBA x C57BL 6 CBA Ca CD1 CD2 DBA 1 DBA 2 DDK Pas DW FVB FVB N FVB N x C57BL 6 GRS A MF1 MPI NMRI NOD SJL 101 El x C3H El F1 101 H x C3H HeH F1 C3H HeH x 101 H F1 C57BL 6 x CBA F1 C57BL 6 x DBA 2 F1 C57BL 6J x C3H F1 C57BL 6J x CBA Ca F1 mixed not maintained in a specific background unknown house mouse Other please specify below other please define Anomaly name Anomaly description ES cell line s used Mutagen used Promoter Founder line number Plasmid Construct name s or symbol s ES cell line s used Strain genetic description Short genetic description of your mouse strain this will be used in the public web listing see an example On what genetic background is this strain currently maintained 129 129 Sv 129 SvEv 129 SvHsd Ter 129P1 ReJ 129P2 OlaHsd 129P2 OlaHsd x C57BL 6 129S2 SvPas 129S4 SvJae 129S5 SvEvBrd 129S6 SvEvTac 129S7 SvEvBrd Hprt b m2 129X1 SvJ 3H1 A J BALB c BALB c x DBA 2 BALB cAnN BALB cByJIco BALB cOrl C3Fe C3H C3H El C3H He C3H HeH C3H HeH x 101 H C3H HeJ C3H HePas C3HeB C3HeB FeJ C3HeB FeJOrl C57BL 10 x C57BR CD C57BL 10 x DBA 2 C57BL 10Orl C57BL 10ScSn C57BL 6 C57BL 6 x CBA C57BL 6 x DBA 2 C57BL 6 x SJL C57BL 6 129 C57BL 6 129 Sv C57BL 6 129 SvEv C57BL 6 129P2 OlaHsd C57BL 6 129S2 SvPas C57BL 6 129S4 SvJae C57BL 6 129S5 SvEvBrd C57BL 6 A2G C57BL 6 CBA C57BL 6 CD1 C57BL 6 Cg C57BL 6 FVB C57BL 6 129 C57BL 6 129 Sv C57BL 6 129 SvEv C57BL 6 129P2 OlaHsd C57BL 6 129S5 SvEvBrd C57BL 6 129S7 SvEvBrd Hprt b m2 C57BL 6 129X1 SvJ C57BL 6 Cg C57BL 6 SJL C57BL 6Apb C57BL 6ChR C57BL 6J C57BL 6J x 129P2 OlaHsd C57BL 6J x 129X1 SvJ C57BL 6JHsd C57BL 6JOlaHsd C57BL 6N C57BL 6NCrl C57BL 6NTac C57BL 6Orl C57BL 6Rcc C57BL Ka C57BL KaOrl C57BR CD CBA CBA x C57BL 6 CBA Ca CD1 CD2 DBA 1 DBA 2 DDK Pas DW FVB FVB N FVB N x C57BL 6 GRS A MF1 MPI NMRI NOD SJL 101 El x C3H El F1 101 H x C3H HeH F1 C3H HeH x 101 H F1 C57BL 6 x CBA F1 C57BL 6 x DBA 2 F1 C57BL 6J x C3H F1 C57BL 6J x CBA Ca F1 mixed not maintained in a specific background unknown house mouse Other please specify below other please specify ONE mutant strain is defined by its specific set of mutation s and its specific genetic background Therefore strains with the same set of mutation s but different backgrounds do require DISTINCT submission forms i e ONE form

    Original URL path: http://strains.emmanet.org/cgi-bin/emmaForm.pl (2016-02-17)
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  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    will contact you within one week after receipt of your EMMA Mutant Request Form For more information about the order process please check the FAQs section In general service requests will not be processed until a fully executed Material Transfer Agreement MTA has been received where applicable and either a billing address or a purchase order number has been provided by the customer In case of cancellations of service requests EMMA reserves the right to charge customers for incurred costs The individual EMMA repositories will each bill customers separately Service charges Note On the 4th of May 2011 EMMA increased its service charges for embryo rederivation and the provision of a breeding nucleus of up to 3 pairs of SPF mice The price for this service now stands at 2400 This price increase was necessary to enable the EMMA partners to recover their costs and to ensure EMMA maintains a sustainable distribution service Standard fees Kind of material Quantity Delivery time after paperwork in place Price EMMA resource Shipment costs Frozen embryos 40 50 embryos 4 weeks 1100 customer Frozen sperm 2 straws vials 4 weeks 1100 customer Live mice on shelf 2 3 breeding pairs 4 weeks 2400 customer

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