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Hi! Inbred vs. Outbred?

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Hi,

I am not a mouse geneticist, but I am reading a few papers about it and need this type of knowledge. I don't understand why some strains e.g. Sprague-Dawey is associated with outbred while Fisher with inbred, thank you!

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