Genetically Modified Animal (GMA) Phenotyping

Genetically Modified Animal (GMA) Phenotyping: Overview

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 Alcian blue/PAS and IHC; Bottom row, from left: IF and Wright-Giemsa

Alcian blue/PAS and IHC; Bottom row, from left: IF and Wright-Giemsa

The phenotypic profile may include: radiographs, clinical pathology (complete blood count, serum chemistry panel, bone marrow smear); an extensive macroscopic and microscopic examination with digital images of lesions; and an electronic report. Analyses provided by ACVP board certified comparative pathologists.

The GMA Phenotyping Services shares laboratory and necropsy facilities with the Laboratory of Comparative Pathology (LCP). Facilities are located at Memorial Sloan Kettering, Weill Cornell Medical College, and The Rockefeller University.