Mouse Urine

Type:Biofluids (Other)
STRAINS:129S1/SvImJ129S6/SvEvTacB6C3F1B6CBAF1/JB6SJLF1/JBALB/CC57BL/10ScSn-Dmdmdx/JC57BL/6C57BL/6JBomTacCB17CBYB6F1CD-1 (ICR)DBA/2NCrlFVBNUNUrasH2 HemizygousSCIDSwiss Webster
FORMAT:Fresh (ambient)Fresh (cold)Frozen
Keywords:KidneyNephrologyRenalUrinalysisUrine PKUrology



The mouse has long been considered to be the premier mammalian model system for genetic research. Scientists have looked to the mouse because of its close genetic and physiological similarities to humans, as well as the ease with which its genome can be manipulated and analyzed.

Mouse models are available in a variety of unique inbred strains and genetically engineered mutants designed to study indications ranging from cancer and diabetes to alcoholism and even drug addiction.

Urine consists primarily of water, but also contains an assortment of inorganic salts and organic compounds, including proteins, hormones, and a wide range of metabolites. As a sterile, non-invasive biological fluid, urine is becoming a favored sample type for biomarker research. Not only is it being used to detect kidney disease, but scientists have begun to identify urine cancer biomarkers that can be used for early screening and monitoring.

Features & Benefits

  • Ability to customize the sample based on any requirements or protocol needs
  • Universal standard operating procedure in use at each animal facility
  • Collections offered from any commercially available mouse species
  • Lot sizes available from individual animal or pooled donors


Biohazard Info: This material should be handled as if capable of transmitting infectious agents. Please use universal precautions.

For in vitro use only.