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Peromyscus Genetic Stock Center


  • Pritchett-Corning, K. R., H. E. Peery, J. P. Crossland, H. M. Wyatt, M. Stuart, and C. E. Mothersill. 2015. Use of neonatal fostering to remove Helicobacter spp. from deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus). J. Amer. Assoc. Lab. Anim. Sci., 54:439-444.

  • Crossland, J. P., M. J. Dewey, S. C. Barlow, P. B. Vrana, M. R. Felder, and G. J. Szalai. 2014. Caring for Peromyscus spp. in research environments. Lab Anim., 43:162-166.
  • Kenney-Hunt, J., A. Lewandowski, T. C. Glenn, J. L. Glenn, O. V. Tsyusko, R. J. O’Neill, J. Brown, C. M. Ramsdell, Q. Nguyen, T. Phan, K. R. Shorter, M. J. Dewey, G. Szalai, P. B. Vrana, M. R. Felder. 2014. A genetic map of Peromyscus with chromosomal assignment of linkage groups (a Peromyscus genetic map). Mamm. Genome, Apr;25(3-4):160-179. doi: 10.1007/s00335-014-9500-8.
  • Shorter, K. R., V. Anderson, P. Cakora, A. Owen, K. Lo, J. Crossland, A. C. H. South, M. R. Felder, and P. B. Vrana. 2014. Pleiotropic effects of a methyl donor diet in a novel animal model. PLOS One, 9(8):e104942. (pdf)
  • Shorter, K. R., A. Owen, V. Anderson, A. C. Hall-South, S. Hayford, P. Cakora, J. P. Crossland, V. R. Georgi, A. Perkins, S. J. Kelly, M. R. Felder, and P. B. Vrana. 2014. Natural genetic variation underlying differences in Peromyscus repetitive and social/aggressive behaviors. Behav. Genet., 44:126-135. (pdf)
  • Wiedmeyer, C. E., J. P. Crossland, M. Veres, M. J. Dewey, M. R. Felder, S. C. Barlow, P. B. Vrana, G. Szalai. 2014. Hematologic and serum biochemical values of 4 species of Peromyscus mice and their hybrids. J. Amer. Assoc. Lab. Anim. Sci., 53:336-343. (pdf)
  • Jašarevic, E., D. H. Bailey, J. P. Crossland, W. D. Dawson, G. Szalai, M. R. Ellersieck, C. S. Rosenfeld, and D. C. Geary. 2013. Evolution of monogamy, paternal investment, and female life history in Peromyscus. J. Comp. Psychol., 127:91-102 (pdf)
  • Veres, M., S. Payne, P. Fernandes, J. P. Crossland, and G. Szalai. 2013. Improved technique for induction and monitoring of audiogenic seizure in deer mice. Lab Animal, 42:166-169.
  • Vrana P. B., K. R. Shorter, G. Szalai, M. R. Felder, J. P. Crossland, M. Veres, J. E. Allen, C. D. Wiley, A. R. Duselis, M. J. Dewey, W. D. Dawson. 2013. Peromyscus (deer mice) as developmental models. WIREs Dev Biol., doi: 10.1002/wdev.132.
  • Shorter, K. R., J. P. Crossland, D. Webb, G. Szalai, M. R. Felder, and P. B. Vrana. 2012. Peromyscus as a Mammalian Epigenetic Model. Genetics Res. Int., 2012(179159):11 pgs. (pdf)
  • Veres, M., A. R. Duselis, A. Graft, W. Pryor, J. Crossland, P. B. Vrana, G. Szalai. 2012. The biology and methodology of assisted reproduction in deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus). Theriogenology, 77:311-319. (pdf)
  • Duselis, A. R. and P. B. Vrana. 2010. Aberrant growth and pattern formation in Peromyscus hybrid placental development. Biol. Reprod., (pdf)
  • Kalcounis-Rueppell, M. C., R. Petric, J. R. Briggs, C. Carney, M. M. Marshall, J. T. Willse, O. Rueppell, D. O. Ribble, and J. P. Crossland. 2010. Differences in ultrasonic vocalizations between wild and laboratory California mice (Peromyscus californicus). PLoS One, 5:e9705. (pdf)
  • Mlynarski, E. E., C. Obergfell, M. J. Dewey, and R. J. O’Neill. 2010. A unique late-replicating XY to autosome translocation in Peromyscus melanophrys. Chromosome Res., 18:179-189. (pdf)
  • Weber, J. N., M. B Peters, O. V. Tsyusko, C. R. Linnen, C. Hagen, N. A. Schable, T. D. Tuberville, A. M. McKee, S. L. Lance, K. L. Jones, H. S. Fisher, M. J. Dewey, H. E. Hoekstra, T. C. Glenn. 2010. Five hundred microsatellite loci for Peromyscus. Conserv. Genet., 11:1243-1246 (pdf)
  • Yang, G., M. Veres, G. Szalai, A. Zhang, L. X. Xu, and X. He.  2010.  Biotransport phenomena in freezing mammalian oocytes.  Ann. Biomed. Eng.
  • Labinskyy, N., P. Mukhopadhyay, J. Toth, G. Szalai, M. Veres, G. Losonczy, J. T. Pinto, P. Pacher, P. Ballabh, A. Podlutsky, S. N. Austad, A. Csiszar, and Z. Ungvari. 2009. Longevity is associated with increased vascular resistance to high glucose-induced oxidative stress and inflammatory gene expression in Peromyscus leucopus. Am. J. Physiol. Heart Circ. Physiol., 296:H946-956. (pdf)
  • Glenn, J. L. W., C-F. Chen, A. Lewandowski, C-H. Cheng, C. M. Ramsdell, R. Bullard-Dillard, J. Chen, M. J. Dewey, and T. C. Glenn. 2008. Expressed sequence tags from Peromyscus testis and placenta tissue: analysis, annotation, and utility for mapping. BMC Genomics, 9:300. (pdf)
  • Mlynarski, E. E., C. J. Obergfell, W. Rens, P. C. M. O’Brien, C. M. Ramsdell, M. J. Dewey, M. J. O’Neill, and R. J. O’Neill. 2008. Peromyscus maniculatusMus musculus chromosome homology map derived from reciprocal cross species chromosome painting. Cytogenet. Genome Res., 121:288-292.
  • Ramsdell, C. M., A. A. Lewandowski, J. L. W. Glenn, P. B. Vrana, R. J. O'Neill, and M. J. Dewey. 2008. Comparative genome mapping of the deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus) reveals greater similarity to rat (Rattus norvegicus) than to the lab mouse (Mus musculus). BMC Evol. Biol., 8:1-14. (pdf)
  • Ramsdell, C. M., E. L. Thames, J. L. Weston, and M. J. Dewey.  2006.  Development of a deer mouse whole-genome radiation hybrid panel and comparative mapping of Mus chromosome 11 loci.  Mammal. Genome, 17:37-48.  (pdf)
  • Mullen, L. M., R. J. Hirschmann, K. L. Prince, T. C. Glenn, M. J. Dewey, and H. E. Hoekstra. 2006. Sixty polymorphic Microsatellite markers for the oldfield mouse developed in Peromyscus polionotus and Peromyscus maniculatus. Mol. Ecol. Notes, 6:36-40.
  • Hoekstra, H.E., Hirschmann, R.J., Bundey, R.J., Insel, P. and J.P. Crossland. 2006. A single amino acid mutation contributes to adaptive color pattern in beach mice. Science, 313:101-104.  (pdf)
  • Crossland, J. and A. Lewandowski. 2006. Peromyscus - A fascinating laboratory animal model. Techtalk, 11:1-2.  (pdf)
  • Dawson, W. D. 2005. Peromyscine biogeography, Mexican topography and Pleistocene climatology. In: Contriguciones Mastozoologicas en Homenaje A Bernardo Villa. Eds. Sanchez-Cordero y R. A. Medellin. 13:145-156.  (pdf) See image of book here: )