The MLC contributes to the development of new techniques and research methods in areas such as animal husbandry and welfare, phenotyping of mutant lines, and mouse pathology. We are also at the forefront of improvements to technologies such as CRISPR and the latest imaging techniques.
Building for the future: essential infrastructure for rodent ageing studies
Wells, S. E., Bellantuono, I.
Aneuploidy screening of embryonic stem cell clones by metaphase karyotyping and droplet digital polymerase chain reaction
Codner, G. F., Lindner, L., Caulder, A., Wattenhofer-Donze, M., Radage, A., Mertz, A., Eisenmann, B., Mianne, J., Evans, E. P., Beechey, C. V., Fray, M. D., Birling, M. C., Herault, Y., Pavlovic, G., Teboul, L.
Analysis of Individual Mouse Activity in Group Housed Animals of Different Inbred Strains using a Novel Automated Home Cage Analysis System
Bains, R. S., Cater, H. L., Sillito, R. R., Chartsias, A., Sneddon, D., Concas, D., Keskivali-Bond, P., Lukins, T. C., Wells, S., Acevedo Arozena, A., Nolan, P. M., Armstrong, J. D.
Talking welfare: the importance of a common language
Bussell, J., Wells, S. E.