Content and performance of the MiniMUGA genotyping array: A new tool to improve rigor and reproducibility in mouse research

John Sebastian Sigmon, Matthew W. Blanchard, Ralph S. Baric, Timothy A. Bell, Jennifer Brennan, Gudrun A. Brockmann, A. Wesley Burks, J. Mauro Calabrese, Kathleen M. Caron, Richard E. Cheney, Dominic Ciavatta, Frank Conlon, David B. Darr, James Faber, Craig Franklin, Timothy R. Gershon, Lisa Gralinski, Bin Gu, Christiann H. Gaines, Robert S. HaganErnest G. Heimsath, Mark T. Heise, Pablo Hock, Folami Ideraabdullah, J. Charles Jennette, Tal Kafri, Anwica Kashfeen, Mike Kulis, Vivek Kumar, Colton Linnertz, Alessandra Livraghi-Butrico, K. C. Kent Lloyd, Cathleen Lutz, Rachel M. Lynch, Terry Magnuson, Glenn K. Matsushima, Rachel McMullan, Darla R. Miller, Karen L. Mohlke, Sheryl S. Moy, Caroline E.Y. Murphy, Maya Najarian, Lori O’Brien, Abraham A. Palmer, Benjamin D. Philpot, Scott H. Randell, Laura Reinholdt, Yuyu Ren, Steve Rockwood, Allison R. Rogala, Avani Saraswatula, Christopher M. Sassetti, Jonathan C. Schisler, Sarah A. Schoenrock, Ginger D. Shaw, John R. Shorter, Clare M. Smith, Celine L. St. Pierre, Lisa M. Tarantino, David W. Threadgill, William Valdar, Barbara J. Vilen, Keegan Wardwell, Jason K. Whitmire, Lucy Williams, Mark J. Zylka, Martin T. Ferris, Leonard McMillan, Fernando Pardo Manuel de Villena

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