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Gnotobiotic Animal Core (GNAC)
at the University of Washington is now OPEN


The GNAC at the University of Washington is a newly developed resource managed by the Department of Comparative Medicine and located in the Health Sciences Center. The GNAC is open to investigators with research needs to maintain mice free of any microorganisms (germ-free), or with a known population of microorganisms (gnotobiotic).

Animal Availability: Swiss Webster and C57BL/6J germ-free mice ($100 per mouse).

For more information, questions, or to discuss potential collaborative research efforts, please contact GNAC co-directors, Drs. Lynn Hajjar, DVM, PhD or Charlie Hsu, VMD, PhD.

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