Rare Disease Day

Rare Disease Day

Rare Diseases day is this Friday, 28 Feb 2014.  We have organised a morning tea for Friday. Please take some time out from your busy schedule to support...

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APF joins Asian Mouse Mutagenesis and Phenotyping Consortiums

APF joins Asian Mouse Mutagenesis and Phenotyping Consortiums

Professor Xiang Gao, Chair of Asian Mouse Mutagenesis Resource Association, AMMRA and Director of Model Animal Research Center, Nanjing University China...

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Mouse Phenomics centre stage at Human Genome Meeting

Mouse Phenomics centre stage at Human Genome Meeting

Dr. Edward Bertram of the Australian Phenomics Facility, ANU was an invited speaker at the joint conference of the Human Genome meeting and International...

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New automation equipment improves Exome Sequencing Service

New automation equipment improves Exome Sequencing Service

The APF has recently acquired new high throughput automated equipment to streamline the processing of enriched DNA libraries for their exome sequencing...

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The mouse mutation detection pipeline moves up a gear

The mouse mutation detection pipeline moves up a gear

The Australian Phenomics Facility's Exome Sequencing and Bioinformatics Pipeline (developed with the support of the Australian Phenomics Network) opens up...

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Gene driven

Gene driven

Several large-scale international efforts* are currently underway to disrupt every gene in the mouse genome. Together with the avalanche of human data and...

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Supply of Mutant Alleles

Supply of Mutant Alleles

We have incorporated whole exome sequencing with our N-ethyl-N-nitrosourea (ENU) mouse mutagenesis pipeline to randomly generate many thousands of...

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Providing high quality mouse mo​del infrastructure and scientific services

The Australian Phenomics Facility (APF) is a specialised facility for developing, characterising and archiving mouse models of human disease. We have an open access policy and support academic and corporate research programmes in Australia and internationally.

Our partners

Australian Genome Research Facility
Australian Phenomics Network
BGI China
Chinese Academy of Science Institute of Biophysics
European Molecular Biology Laboratory Australia
National Health & Medical Research Council
Wellcome Trust

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