INFRAFRONTIER aims to build a world-class research infrastructure that provides the biomedical research community with the tools needed to unravel the role of gene function in human disease.

INFRAFRONTIER Objectives

- Providing access to mouse models, data, and scientific platforms and services to study the functional role of the genome in human health and disease.

- Archiving and distribution of scientifically valuable mouse strains through the European Mouse Mutant Archive (EMMA), one of the worlds leading mouse repositories.

- Providing access to a whole-organism, systemic analysis of genotype-phenotype interactions using cutting-edge analytical and diagnostic methodology in the INFRAFRONTIER mouse clinics.

- Providing bottom-up access for individual scientists and research groups and top-down capacities for large-scale international initiatives such as the International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium (IMPC).

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