Scientific Resources

European Mouse Mutant Archive (EMMA)


 EMMA is a non-profit repository for the collection, archiving (via cryopreservation) and distribution of relevant mutant strains essential for basic biomedical research. For more information, please visit the website:

 European Mouse Mutant Archive (EMMA)

If you have questions on archiving or retrieving a mouse mutant line please contact 



F1 DNA Archive of ENU treated Mice

Source: IEG

We established an ENU DNA F1 Archive with 16.000 paralleled DNA and sperm samples of ENU mutagenesis derived F1 mice. The archive is offered as a service platform for the screening of genes of interest for scientific working groups

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German Mouse Clinic (GMC)

Phenotype your mouse mutants: The GMC offers a large scale standardised and comprehensive phenotypic analysis of mouse mutants from various sources (transgenes, knockout mice, mutants from mutagenesis screens like ENU).

Mouse mutants are examined using a broad standardised phenotypic check-up with more than 550 parameters. For more information on the German Mouse Clinic, please visit the website:

If you are interested in phenotyping your mouse mutant line, please contact .



Infrafrontier Project

Infrafrontier Project (2008-2012) is an EU-funded initiative with the aim to implement a sustainably financed pan-European research infrastructure that provides capacities and open access for the systemic phenotyping, archiving and distribution of mouse models to the biomedical research community. For more information, please visit the website:

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