Recovering Valuable Live Resources
This dark maroon poster depicts how thawed mouse cells can be used to retrieve a mouse strain when recovered embryos are used to impregnate live mice. Moving from the upper left side of the poster and proceeding downward diagonally there is a vial of blue frozen cells by a grouping of nine purple embryos with yellow borders and finally a white mouse nursing three pink pups. Under the vial is the caption “Cryoperserved (Frozen) Cells”. Under the embryos is the caption “Recovered Embryos” and under the mice is written “Recovered Animals”. On the bottom left side is a list of bulleted statements as follows; Reduces Animal Use, Preserves Genetic Integrity and Provides Resources for Future Study through Colony Recovery. The subtitle is, “A Program Sponsored by The NIH Animal Care and Use Committee, 496-5424.” The OACU and the NIH logos are also shown.