The effect of three pasteurized diets on the weight gain of several inbred strains of mice.
In: SUMMER STUDENT REPORTS, 1975, JACKSON LABORATORY
Dr. Edwin P. Les
Six strains of inbred mice, A/J, AKR/J, C3HeB/FeJ, DBA/2J, DBA/1J, and SJL/J, were used to determine the effects of two diets and a mixture of the two on growth rates. Weight was measured over a six week period.
Each strain responded to the diets differently, but in general, the mice on the diet with the highest fat content gained the most weight.
King, Donna A., "The effect of three pasteurized diets on the weight gain of several inbred strains of mice." (1975). Summer and Academic Year Student Reports. 1305.