B6JBom Inbred Mouse Model

  • Model #
  • Genotype
  • Nomenclature
  • B6JBOM-F
  • B6JBOM-M
  • Slightly smaller than the C57BL/6NTac, this subline is extensively used in the research applications of oncology, immunology, and toxicology

Genetic Background:

C57BL/6JBomTac Background


The Black 6 Bom inbred model was developed by Little et al. Hall received stock. Jackson Laboratory received stock from Hall in 1948. Zentralinstitut für Versuchsteirzucht, Hannover Germany (Han) received stock in 1971. M&B A/S (now Taconic Europe) received stock at F141 in 1988. The mice were derived by embryo transfer in January 2000.

The Taconic US foundation colony was at F156 + 35 in 2005.


  • Strain Profile: Akp1a, Akp2b, Anpepa, Car2a, Es1a, Es2b, Es3a, Es5b, Es9a, H6pd1a, Gpi1b, Got2b, Hbbs, Idh1a, Ldr1a, Ldr2a, Mod1b, Mup1b, Pep3a, Pgm1a, Trfb
  • Immunology: H2b
  • A mutation in the Y chromosome of the C57BL/6JBomTac has recently been identified. More information is available here.

Coat Color Loci:






n= 80 per sex at MPF health standard from EU production colonies. Data collected 2014-15.
High and Low represent mean +/- 1 standard deviation.
Based on sample size the charts above represents ~65% of the population.
All growth curves represent animals housed in our barriers, at our standard density and fed NIH31-M diet. Variations at customer facilities will alter expected growth curves. Growth charts are provided only as a guide, if a specific weight criteria is needed please order animals by weight.

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Average litter size: 6
  • They have a high preference for ethanol and morphine, and are susceptible to streptozotocin-induced diabetes. This strain is relatively resistant to mycobacterium leprae murium infection.

Taconic mice do not carry the Nnt Mutation