Mouse Estrous Cycle Identification Tool and Images

@inproceedings{Byers2012MouseEC,
  title={Mouse Estrous Cycle Identification Tool and Images},
  author={Shannon L. Byers and Michael V. Wiles and Sadie L. Dunn and Robert A. Taft},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
The efficiency of producing timed pregnant or pseudopregnant mice can be increased by identifying those in proestrus or estrus. Visual observation of the vagina is the quickest method, requires no special equipment, and is best used when only proestrus or estrus stages need to be identified. Strain to strain differences, especially in coat color can make it difficult to determine the stage of the estrous cycle accurately by visual observation. Presented here are a series of images of the… CONTINUE READING

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