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IMPACTFUL SOLUTIONS CREATE INNOVATIVE SCIENCE

of clinically-relevant phenotypes to
post-mortem pathology analysis,
preclinical researchers can ascertain
critical insights into the efficacy and
safety of the candidate treatment,
refine it (if necessary), and increase
its possibility of success in the clinical
setting.
JAX provides researchers worldwide
with access to over 11,000 models,
including disease phenotype models
and unique models developed for
specific studies, and preclinical in
vivo studies to reach their preclinical
milestones. To learn more about the
various model models and preclinical in
vivo studies available from JAX to aid in
your rare disease research, visit
jax.org/rare-disease. nn

RECOMMENDED RESOURCES
JAX Rare Disease Page
Rare and Orphan Disease Center
Blog: Rare disease and human "knockouts"
Webinar: Achieving Reproducible Mouse Studies

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