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We understand that budgets are limited, often leading investigators to avoid cryopreserving lines of mice to save money. However, consider for a moment that maintaining three cages of mice for a year costs $1,193.55, not including genotyping costs and staff effort. Since it currently costs $1,582.74 to cryopreserve a line of mice, it is possible to break even in terms of cost in as little as a year. Remember, cryopreservation of valuable lines will protect you from accidental loss or major breeding mishaps.
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Released July 13, 2020