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Inflammatory responses of C57BL/6NKorl mice to dextran sulfate sodium-induced colitis: comparison between three C57BL/6 N sub-strains

Kim SH, Kwon D, Son SW, Jeong TB, Lee S, Kwak JH, Cho JY, Hwang DY, Seo MS, Kim KS, Jung YS

Background: Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), including both Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, are chronic human diseases that are challenging to cure and are often unable to be resolved. The inbred...
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Comparative analysis of restraint stress-induced depressive-like phenotypes in C57BL/6N mice derived from three different sources

Hwang DJ, Kwon KC, Hwang DY, Seo MS, Kim KS, Jung YS, Cho JY

C57BL/6NKorl mice are a novel mouse stock recently developed by the National Institute of Food and Drug Safety Evaluation in Korea. Extensive research into the nature of C57BL/6NKorl mice is...
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Characterization of changes in global gene expression in the hearts and kidneys of transgenic mice overexpressing human angiotensin-converting enzyme 2

Lee SH, Jee SW, Hwang DY, Kang JK

Human angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (hACE2) has recently received a great attention due to it play a critical role as SARS-CoV receptor in the infection of human body. However, no further...
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Comparative analysis of dose-dependent neurotoxic response to 1-methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine in C57BL/6 N mice derived from three different sources

Hwang DJ, Kwon KC, Song HK, Kim KS, Jung YS, Hwang DY, Cho JY

MPTP, 1-methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine is commonly used to induce nigrostriatal defects to induce parkinsonism and/or parkinsonian syndrome, to replicate the lesions seen in Parkinson's disease (PD), with use in numerous PD models...
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Comparison of responsiveness to cancer development and anti-cancer drug in three different C57BL/6N stocks

Kang MJ, Kim JE, Park JW, Choi HJ, Bae SJ, Kim KS, Jung YS, Cho JY, Hwang DY, Song HK

In our efforts to understand the systemic features of tumors, the importance of animal models is increasing due to the recent growth in the development of immunotherapy and targeted therapies....
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Comparative study of fertilization rates of C57BL/6NKorl and C57BL/6N mice obtained from two other sources

Yun WB, Kim HR, Kim JE, Choi JY, Lee MR, Park JJ, Song BR, Jung YS, Song HK, Cho JY, Kim KS, Hwang DY

C57BL/6N is the most widely used inbred mouse strain applied in a wide variety of research areas including cancer, cardiovascular biology, developmental biology, diabetes and obesity, genetics, immunology, neurobiology, and...
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Comparison of humoral and cell-mediated immunity in three different C57BL/6N mouse substrains

Kim HR, Choi JY, Kim KS, Jung YS, Cho JY, Hwang DY, Song HK

Adaptive immunity is a type of immune response mediated by T and B cells, and is important response for immune response amplification and memory. In this study, the adaptive immunologic...
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Comparative study of the immunological characteristics of three different C57BL/6N mouse substrains

Choi JY, Kim HR, Kim KS, Jung YS, Cho JY, Hwang DY, Song HK

Inbred mice, a systematically developed homogeneous animal, have been developed to maintain experimental reproducibility and to minimize experimental variables in animal-based studies. In particular, C57BL/6 mice are frequently used in...
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Use of C57BL/6N mice on the variety of immunological researches

Song HK, Hwang DY

Inbred mice are an essential animal strain for research as they can improve the reproducibility and reliability of study results. The establishment of new inbred lines is continuing, and new...
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