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Image from page 189 of "Biology of the laboratory mouse" (1941)

Title: Biology of the laboratory mouse

Identifier: biologyoflaborat00rosc

Year: 1941 (1940s)

Authors: Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory; Little, Clarence C. (Clarence Cook), b. 1888; Snell, George D. (George Davis), 1903-; Dingle, John H. (John Holmes), 1908-

Subjects: Mice as laboratory animals; Mice; Animals, Laboratory; Mice

Publisher: Philadelphia, The Blakiston company

Contributing Library: MBLWHOI Library

Digitizing Sponsor: MBLWHOI Library



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174 BIOLOGY OF THE LABORATORY MOUSE such as C57 leaden, black hairless and Mus htutrianus, our impression would have been that mammary tumors are rare. The reverse would have been true had we been using only such stocks as the A albino, the C3H, the dba and similar lines with a high incidence of spontaneous breast cancer. To give more concrete examples, the A albino line is high in the incidence of both lung and mammary cancer, while lung cancer is uncommon in most of our other stocks. On the other hand, the ce (extreme dilution) stock has an abnormally high number of tumors of the ovary, while most of the melanomas


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