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Cite this (RGD Cat# 5144103, RRID:RGD_5144103)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 5144103
Genetic Background: mutant
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Availability: live
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Notes: This strain was produced by injecting ZFNs targeting the sequence TGCATCCCCAGCCTGTGGgcctgcGACGGGGACCGGGAC into SS/JrHsdMcwi rat embryos. The resulting mutation is a 13-bp frameshift deletion in exon 4. PhysGen Knockouts

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 2302652, RRID:RGD_2302652)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 2302652
Genetic Background: mutant
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Availability: live
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Notes: These Sleeping Beauty mutants were derived by crossing F344-TgTn(T2/Bart3)2Ceb (RGD:2290163) and F344-Tg(PGK2-sb11)Ceb (RGD:2290169). This mutation consists of an insertion of a Sleeping Beauty transposable element gene trap construct into the 2nd intron of the Pde4d gene. PhysGen, Transposagen, Rat Resource and Research Center

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 14392815, RRID:RGD_14392815)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 14392815
Genetic Background: mutant
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Notes: CFTR ZFN knockout rats possess a 16 bp deletion in exon 3 of the Cystic Fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (Cftr), resulting in loss of protein expression. The homozygous mutant rats are produced by crossing the Cftr heterozygous rats. Horizon Discovery

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 11081151, RRID:RGD_11081151)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 11081151
Genetic Background: mutant
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Notes: CRISPR/Cas9 induced 29 base pair deletion in exon 1 Rat Resource and Research Center

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 6484717, RRID:RGD_6484717)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 6484717
Genetic Background: mutant
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Availability: live
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Notes: This strain was produced by injecting ZFNs targeting the sequence CCGACCCACAGTGTCtgggagATCGTGGGGCAGGCAGAC into SS/JrHsdMcwi rat embryos. The resulting mutation is a 14-bp deletion in exon 11. PhysGen Knockouts

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 10047085, RRID:RGD_10047085)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 10047085
Genetic Background: mutant
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Availability: live
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Notes: CRISPR/Cas9 system was used to generate this mutant; sgRNA+Cas9+Oligo was injected into zygote of SD rat. The mutation changed the 521th amino acid Arg (R) into Cys (C). Institute of Neuroscience, Chinese Academy of Sciences

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 2299135, RRID:RGD_2299135)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 2299135
Genetic Background: mutant
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Availability: live
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Notes: These Sleeping Beauty mutants were derived by crossing F344-TgTn(T2/Bart3)2Ceb (RGD:2290163) and F344-Tg(PGK2-sb11)Ceb (RGD:2290169).This mutation consists of an insertion of a Sleeping Beauty transposable element gene trap construct into the 2nd intron of the Mgat4c gene. PhysGen, Transposagen, Rat Resource and Research Center

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 2304213, RRID:RGD_2304213)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 2304213
Genetic Background: mutant
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Availability: live
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Notes: These Sleeping Beauty mutants were derived by crossing F344-TgTn(T2/Bart3)2Ceb (RGD:2290163) and F344-Tg(PGK2-sb11)Ceb (RGD:2290169). This mutation consists of an insertion of a Sleeping Beauty transposable element gene trap construct into the 1st intron of the Leprel2 gene. PhysGen, Transposagen, Rat Resource & Research Center

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 5688069, RRID:RGD_5688069)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 5688069
Genetic Background: mutant
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Availability: live
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Notes: ZFN mutant founders were backcrossed with SS/JrHsdMcwi to get heterozygous offsprings which were intercrossed and offsprings maintained as homozygous and heterozygous breeders. PhysGen Knockouts

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 1579711, RRID:RGD_1579711)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 1579711
Genetic Background: mutant
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Notes: Male founders are injected with ENU (N-ethyl-N-nitrosourea) and harem bred to females. The pups are genetically screened using the TILLING assay (an enzyme-based heteroduplex cleavage assay) as well as nucleotide sequencing to identify and characterize target genes possessing ENU-induced mutations.Y162C mutation is generated on rat Adipoq. PhysGen, Rat Resource and Research Center

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 1579684, RRID:RGD_1579684)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 1579684
Genetic Background: mutant
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Notes: Male founders are injected with ENU (N-ethyl-N-nitrosourea) and harem bred to females. The pups are genetically screened using the TILLING assay (an enzyme-based heteroduplex cleavage assay) as well as nucleotide sequencing to identify and characterize target genes possessing ENU-induced mutations. Y213Stop mutation is generated from the codon change TAT/TAA. PhysGen, Rat Resource and Research Center

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 5688094, RRID:RGD_5688094)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 5688094
Genetic Background: mutant
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Notes: ZFN mutant founders were backcrossed with SS/JrHsdMcwi to get heterozygous offsprings which were intercrossed and offsprings maintained as homozygous and heterozygous breeders. PhysGen Knockouts

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 5508369, RRID:RGD_5508369)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 5508369
Genetic Background: mutant
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Notes: This strain was produced by injecting ZFNs targeting the sequence CTGATGGGCAGCACCATGgaccccCCGGGGGGTGCA into SS/JrHsdMcwi rat embryos. The resulting mutation is a 13-bp frameshift deletion in exon 1. PhysGen Knockouts

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 2290067, RRID:RGD_2290067)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 2290067
Genetic Background: mutant
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Notes: this Sleeping Beauty mutants were derived by crossing F344-TgTn(T2/Bart3)2Ceb (RGD:2290163) and F344-Tg(PGK2-sb11)Ceb (RGD:2290169). PGA

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 2301081, RRID:RGD_2301081)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 2301081
Genetic Background: mutant
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Availability: live
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Notes: These Sleeping Beauty mutants were derived by crossing F344-TgTn(T2/Bart3)2Ceb (RGD:2290163) and F344-Tg(PGK2-sb11)Ceb (RGD:2290169).This mutation consists of an insertion of a Sleeping Beauty transposable element gene trap construct into the 1st intron of the Mmel1. PhysGen, Rat Resource and Research Center, Transposagen

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 2306279, RRID:RGD_2306279)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 2306279
Genetic Background: mutant
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Notes: These Sleeping Beauty mutants were derived by crossing F344-TgTn(T2/Bart3)2Ceb (RGD:2290163) and F344-Tg(PGK2-sb11)Ceb (RGD:2290169).This mutation consists of an insertion of a Sleeping Beauty transposable element gene trap construct into the 2nd intron of the Diaph3 gene. PhysGen, Transposagen, Rat Resource & Research Center

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 2314377, RRID:RGD_2314377)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 2314377
Genetic Background: mutant
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Availability: live
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Notes: A male rat "SRR-Rocket Science" was introduced from American fancy rat colony (Spoiled Ratten Rattery: SRR, in Kansas City, Missouri) to Kyoto University on July 13, 2005. Inbreeding started from F1 progeny of male "SRR-Rocket Science" and a female PVG/Seac. Homozygous rats for grey mutation were selected for inbreeding. National BioResource Project for the Rat in Japan

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 10054453, RRID:RGD_10054453)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 10054453
Genetic Background: mutant
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Notes: CRISPR/Cas9 system was used to introduce a mutation in the Sirt3 gene of SS/JrHsdMcwi rat embryos. The resulting mutation is a 7-bp deletion in the Sirt3 gene. MCW Gene Editing Rat Resource Center

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 13204788, RRID:RGD_13204788)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 13204788
Genetic Background: mutant
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Availability: live
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Notes: CRISPR/Cas9 system was used to introduce a 60-bp deletion in exon 2 of the rat Pappa2 gene of SS.BN-(D13Hmgc1048-D13Hmgc1050)/Mcwi rat embryos. MCW Gene Editing Rat Resource Center

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 12879424, RRID:RGD_12879424)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 12879424
Genetic Background: mutant
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Notes: This strain was established at Kyoto University. ChR90/EGFP fusion gene sequence under CAG promoter is knock-in at the Rosa26 locus. Background strain: Long-Evans strain (charles river). COP4*: Stigeoclonium helveticum-derived channelrhodopsin (Chronos, ChR90) National BioResource Project for the Rat in Japan

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