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Resource:NINDS/UCLA Repository for Parkinson's Disease Mouse Models

Name: Resource:NINDS/UCLA Repository for Parkinson's Disease Mouse Models
Description: THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented on April 26, 2011.


Information for depositors Investigators who are willing to share mice with the PD research community through this resource should send an email to PDMice_at_ninds.nih.gov describing the mouse.

The submission will be reviewed by the PD Models Repository Oversight Committee and, if accepted, a copy of the MTA will be sent by return email. NINDS is most interested in distributing mice that have been characterized in a peer-reviewed publication, but other models will certainly be considered. The email should describe the following: The protocol for identification from tail DNA. The health report of the mice to be shipped (the report has to be less than 2 months old). Information about the strain and any special needs for care and breeding. Information about any publications involving the mice Certification that mice are not encumbered by continuing intellectual property or other rights to any research, data or discovery utilizing the animals. Information for consumers Investigators desiring to study the mice available through the repository should send a request via email to PDMice_at_ninds.nih.gov. Requests will be reviewed by the PD Models Repository Oversight Committee and priority will be determined on a first come, first served basis; two breeding pairs will typically be shipped to any single requester. As detailed in the MTA, mice are not available for commercial research, including but not limited to drug screening. Neither the creator nor UCLA have a role in the governance of the Repository, and specifically, cannot impose conditions upon availability or distribution. It is anticipated that until the Repository is in a mode of steady state production, requests will be collected and mice distributed as supply allows. The email requesting mice should include: A brief description of the protocol Either a copy of the IACUC approval letter or numberNINDS/UCLA Repository for Parkinson's Disease Mouse Models: One of the most immediate and important benefits of discoveries regarding the genetic or environmental causes of Parkinson's disease (PD) is the subsequent development of animal models wherein therapeutic and/or preventative interventions may be studied. The widespread availability of such models is critically important to making progress against a disorder that affects more than 500,000 Americans at any given time.

The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) fully recognizes the burden placed on investigators by the financial and logistical realities of distributing high demand research resources. Some investigators have deposited their mice with national distribution facilities but many mouse models are not available through such resources. Developing means to facilitate greater sharing of mouse models of PD is one of the goals developed by the PD research community at the July 2002 summit meeting convened by the NIH Director. Accordingly, as part of the effort to accelerate PD research, NINDS and the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) created a resource that will distribute transgenic mouse models of human PD that are not yet available through national commercial resources. Investigators who are willing to share mice with the PD research community can simply arrange with NINDS to have the mice deposited at UCLA and investigators desiring to study the mice may arrange with NINDS to obtain two breeding pairs. The process will use Material Transfer Agreements created specifically for this arrangement.
Abbreviation: PDmice
Parent Organization: University of California at Los Angeles; California; USA
Supporting Agency: NINDS
Resource Type(s): Organism supplier, Database, Biospecimen repository
Resource: Resource
URL: http://www.ninds.nih.gov/research/parkinsonsweb/amr/amr_mice_ucla_repository.htm
*Id: nif-0000-00187
Related condition/disease: Parkinson's disease
Listed By: Resource:One Mind Biospecimen Bank Listing
Availability: THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented on April 26, 2011.
Keywords: Fbv x 129/sv, Fvb/n, 129s4 mix, 129s6/svev, -/-a53t/pac tg alpha, Alpha synuclein knockout, Bl6, Dj-1 knockout, Mt human alpha synuclein (a53t), Parkin 129s4, Synuclein, Mouse model
Organism: Mouse
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Facts about Resource:NINDS/UCLA Repository for Parkinson's Disease Mouse ModelsRDF feed
AbbrevPDmice  +
AvailabilityTHIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE  +, Documented on April 26  +, and 2011.  +
CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefiningCitationhttp://www.ninds.nih.gov/research/parkinsonsweb/amr/amr_mice_ucla_repository.htm  +
DefinitionTHIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, doc THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented on April 26, 2011.


Information for depositors Investigators who are willing to share mice with the PD research community through this resource should send an email to PDMice_at_ninds.nih.gov describing the mouse.

The submission will be reviewed by the PD Models Repository Oversight Committee and, if accepted, a copy of the MTA will be sent by return email. NINDS is most interested in distributing mice that have been characterized in a peer-reviewed publication, but other models will certainly be considered. The email should describe the following: The protocol for identification from tail DNA. The health report of the mice to be shipped (the report has to be less than 2 months old). Information about the strain and any special needs for care and breeding. Information about any publications involving the mice Certification that mice are not encumbered by continuing intellectual property or other rights to any research, data or discovery utilizing the animals. Information for consumers Investigators desiring to study the mice available through the repository should send a request via email to PDMice_at_ninds.nih.gov. Requests will be reviewed by the PD Models Repository Oversight Committee and priority will be determined on a first come, first served basis; two breeding pairs will typically be shipped to any single requester. As detailed in the MTA, mice are not available for commercial research, including but not limited to drug screening. Neither the creator nor UCLA have a role in the governance of the Repository, and specifically, cannot impose conditions upon availability or distribution. It is anticipated that until the Repository is in a mode of steady state production, requests will be collected and mice distributed as supply allows. The email requesting mice should include: A brief description of the protocol Either a copy of the IACUC approval letter or numberNINDS/UCLA Repository for Parkinson's Disease Mouse Models: One of the most immediate and important benefits of discoveries regarding the genetic or environmental causes of Parkinson's disease (PD) is the subsequent development of animal models wherein therapeutic and/or preventative interventions may be studied. The widespread availability of such models is critically important to making progress against a disorder that affects more than 500,000 Americans at any given time.

The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) fully recognizes the burden placed on investigators by the financial and logistical realities of distributing high demand research resources. Some investigators have deposited their mice with national distribution facilities but many mouse models are not available through such resources. Developing means to facilitate greater sharing of mouse models of PD is one of the goals developed by the PD research community at the July 2002 summit meeting convened by the NIH Director. Accordingly, as part of the effort to accelerate PD research, NINDS and the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) created a resource that will distribute transgenic mouse models of human PD that are not yet available through national commercial resources. Investigators who are willing to share mice with the PD research community can simply arrange with NINDS to have the mice deposited at UCLA and investigators desiring to study the mice may arrange with NINDS to obtain two breeding pairs. The process will use Material Transfer Agreements created specifically for this arrangement.
d specifically for this arrangement.
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Has roleOrganism supplier  +, Database  +, and Biospecimen repository  +
Idnif-0000-00187  +
Is part ofUniversity of California at Los Angeles; California; USA  +
KeywordsFbv x 129/sv  +, Fvb/n  +, 129s4 mix  +, 129s6/svev  +, -/-a53t/pac tg alpha  +, Alpha synuclein knockout  +, Bl6  +, Dj-1 knockout  +, Mt human alpha synuclein (a53t)  +, Parkin 129s4  +, Synuclein  +, and Mouse model  +
LabelResource:NINDS/UCLA Repository for Parkinson's Disease Mouse Models  +
ListedbyResource:One Mind Biospecimen Bank Listing  +
ModifiedDate11 December 2014  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Related diseaseParkinson's disease  +
SpeciesMouse  +
SuperCategoryResource  +
Supporting AgencyNINDS  +