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Posted 27 March 2001 - 10:00 PM

Hello,

I just started working in a lab where they do not use ear tags to keep of the mice.

I would like to know how other labs organize and track their transgenics.

In particular, I am seeing the following problem in our lab: cages are all in the high numbers though we don't have 85 cages. Another problem, for example, is how to distinguish "replaced" breeders from those replacing them.

All comments are appreciated

Karen





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