MPD has phenotype, genotype, and gene expression data for hundreds of strains.
To see characterizations of a specific strain, or other strain-related information, enter the first part of the strain name
into the MPD search box or use these options:
• Find data for a strain
Find mouse strains by name or stock number and access all MPD data for a certain strain, including phenotype, SNP/variation, and gene expression.
You can also list phenotypes and probesets where a certain strain is a high-end or low-end outlier.
• Compare two strains
For two strains of interest see how they compare in phenotype, genotype, and gene expression.
• List all strains in MPD by amount of data present and by other criteria
See also: Recent strain nomenclature changes affecting MPD data
See also video tutorial sessions 9, 10, and 11.
MPD collects data for classical inbred strains, other fixed-genotype strains, derived lines and populations that are
openly acquirable (strain panel examples).
Strains can be from JAX-Mice or from any other vendor that's a recognized breeding source.
Investigators looking to test a diverse set of classical strains should consider our
MPD priority strain set.
We currently don't subsidize or assist with mouse procurement for projects.