Afternoon seminar May 20, 2016 – Københavns Universitet

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Afternoon seminar May 20, 2016

In collaboration with

Charles River, The Jackson Laboratory & Scanbur


Key Differences among B6 Substrains and the Research Impact

The most widely used inbred strain, C57BL/6 (B6), has several substrains such as the B6J and the B6N and many assume them to be genetically identical. However there are genetic and phenotypic differences between them that can confound interpreting and reproducing results. Join us to learn more.

Cutting Edge Human Disease Modeling Using NSG™ Mice

The immune deficient NOD scid gamma (NSG™) mouse strain enables development of sophisticated, preclinical mouse models of human disease, including engraftment of human hematopoietic cells in mice (“humanization”). Join us to learn how using NSG™ Mice to support in vivo growth of a wide array of normal and cancerous human cells and tissues can accelerate discovery research.


Peter Kelmenson, BA, Technical Information Scientist, The Jackson Laboratory
Peter has worked at The Jackson Laboratory for over 16 years. He began in the laboratory of Dr. Beverly Paigen, where he studied cardiovascular disease. His areas of expertise include JAX® Services, genotyping, complex breeding schemes, diversity outbred mice, and models of cardiovascular disease.


May 20, 2016 at 13-16.


University of Copenhagen
Lundbeck Auditorium
Biocenter, Ole Maaløes Vej 5, 2200 Copenhagen N
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Closing date for registration: Tuesday May 17, 2016