Animal Resources Centre (ARC)
ARC is a totally self-funding Statutory Authority of the Government of Western Australia which was established in 1981 to produce high quality Specific Pathogen Free (SPF), genetically defined laboratory animals for research, diagnostic purposes and teaching.
The ARC produces outbred, inbred, mutant, hybrid, congenic, transgenic and targeted mutant strains of mice, outbred, inbred and mutant strains of rats.
Charles River Laboratories (CRL)
CRL is, at its core, the largest laboratory animal production company in the world, principally known as a supplier of laboratory rodents. They currently produce highly defined purpose-bred laboratory animals in 14 countries, including the United States, Canada, Japan, and throughout Europe.
Harlan Sprague Dawley, Inc.
Since 1931, Harlan has provided quality laboratory animals and services to support the scientific community. Harlan now produces over 240 stocks and strains of laboratory animals and develop and implement worldwide uniform quality control programs.
The Jackson Laboratories
Each year, the Laboratory supplies approximately two million JAX mice from over 1,700 stocks and strains to universities, medical schools and research laboratories all over the world. Rigorous quality controls ensure the standardisation, health and genetic purity required for scientific research. The Laboratory operates the world's largest frozen mouse embryo repository which preserves important stocks and strains of mice for use in future research.