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A resource of targeted mutant mouse lines for 5,061 genes

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Title:A resource of targeted mutant mouse lines for 5,061 genes
Creators Name:Birling, M.C. and Yoshiki, A. and Adams, D.J. and Ayabe, S. and Beaudet, A.L. and Bottomley, J. and Bradley, A. and Brown, S.D.M. and Bürger, A. and Bushell, W. and Chiani, F. and Chin, H.J.G. and Christou, S. and Codner, G.F. and DeMayo, F.J. and Dickinson, M.E. and Doe, B. and Donahue, L.R. and Fray, M.D. and Gambadoro, A. and Gao, X. and Gertsenstein, M. and Gomez-Segura, A. and Goodwin, L.O. and Heaney, J.D. and Hérault, Y. and de Angelis, M.H. and Jiang, S.T. and Justice, M.J. and Kasparek, P. and King, R.E. and Kühn, R. and Lee, H. and Lee, Y.J. and Liu, Z. and Kent Lloyd, K.C. and Lorenzo, I. and Mallon, A.M. and McKerlie, C. and Meehan, T.F. and Newman, S. and Nutter, L.M.J. and Oh, G.T. and Pavlovic, G. and Ramirez-Solis, R. and Rosen, B. and Ryder, E.J. and Santos, L.A. and Schick, J. and Seavitt, J.R. and Sedlacek, R. and Seisenberger, C. and Seong, J.K. and Skarnes, W.C. and Sorg, T. and Steel, K.P. and Tamura, M. and Tocchini-Valentini, G.P. and Leo Wang, C.K. and Wardle-Jones, Ha. and Wattenhofer-Donzé, M. and Wells, S. and Willis, B.J. and Wood, J.A. and Wurst, W. and Xu, Y. and Teboul, L. and Murray, S.A.
Abstract:The International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium reports the generation of new mouse mutant strains for over 5,000 genes from targeted embryonic stem cells on the C57BL/6N genetic background. This includes 2,850 null alleles for which no equivalent mutant mouse line exists, 2,987 novel conditional-ready alleles, and 4,433 novel reporter alleles. This nearly triples the number of genes with reporter alleles and almost doubles the number of conditional alleles available to the scientific community. When combined with more than 30 years of community effort, the total mutant allele mouse resource covers more than half of the genome. The extensively validated collection is archived and distributed through public repositories, facilitating availability to the worldwide biomedical research community, and expanding our understanding of gene function and human disease.
Source:bioRxiv
Publisher:Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
Article Number:844092
Date:22 November 2019
Official Publication:https://doi.org/10.1101/844092

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