ANIMAL MODELS
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ANIMALS

 

High-resolution virtual pig model.

 

Animal Models V1.x

Most of our mice and rats models were developed based on microtome slices within the PERFORM A project and further used for the dosimetry of a large NIEHS project on free roaming animals under EMF exposure. Our numerical pig model was generated in collaboration with the MRI+ consortium. This model is absed on MRI data and is used primarily as a dosimetric tool for research and development, in particular by MRI manufacturers.

 

 
Name

Sex

Type

Length without Tail [mm]

Weight
[g]

Number of Tissues

Big Male Rat

male

Sprague Dawley

260

567

51

Small Male Rat

male

Sprague Dawley

185

198

52

Female Rat with Tumors

female

Sprague Dawley

225

503

50

Pregnant Rat

female

Sprague Dawley

170

275

52

Rat Pup

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Sprague Dawley

93
(with tail)

14.3

49

Male PIM1 Mouse

male

PIM1

98

44.7

49

Male OF1 Mouse

male

OF1

95

35.5

50

Female OF1 Mouse female

OF1

78

17.3

48

Pregnant Mouse 

female

B6C3F1

72

28.7

46

Male Pig

male

Domestic Pig

977

35000

103 

"Diggy" Male Nude Normal Mouse

male

Nude Normal

86

28

43 

 

References for citation

The Virtual Family – Development of Surface-based Anatomical Models of Two Adults and Two Children for Dosimetric Simulations

Andreas Christ, Wolfgang Kainz, Eckhart G. Hahn, Katharina Honegger, Marcel Zefferer, Esra Neufeld, Wolfgang Rascher, Rolf Janka, Werner Bautz, Ji Chen, Berthold Kiefer, Peter Schmitt, Hans-Peter Hollenbach, Jianxiang Shen, Michael Oberle, Dominik Szczerba, Anthony Kam, Joshua W. Guag and Niels Kuster, in Physics in Medicine and Biology, Volume 55, Issue 2, pp. N23–N38, January 2010

 

Distribution

Please address all inquiries about the animal models to the Virtual Population Group.