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Cite this (RGD Cat# 1549797, RRID:RGD_1549797)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 1549797
Genetic Background: congenic strain
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Notes: increased gastric adenocarcinoma incidence, increased incidence of tumors by chemical induction This congenic strain in the BUF background that has homozygous ACI chr16 was developed by the speed congenic method. National BioResource Project for the Rat in Japan

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 728185, RRID:RGD_728185)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 728185
Genetic Background: outbred
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Notes: Developed in 1979/80 from a series involving eight inbred strains of rats (BN/SsN, MAIN, BuF/N, M520/N, WN/N, ACI/N, WKY IN, and F344/N). The resulting colony consists of 60 breeding pairs. A circular pair mating system is used to maintain the colony. Unavailable

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 625659, RRID:RGD_625659)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 625659
Genetic Background: inbred strain
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Reference: PMID:11756240
Notes: increased hepatocellular carcinoma incidence Established by inbreeding closed colony of Donryu rats ( purchased from SEAC Yoshitomi, Ltd. Fukuoka, Japan) for more than 20 generations, their diet continously contained a hepatocarcinogen 3 National BioResource Project for the Rat in Japan

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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# 2304040, RRID:RGD_2304040)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 2304040
Genetic Background: congenic
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Notes: Opacitas rats (heterozygtes) are backcorssed with F344/DuCrj. National BioResource Project for the Rat in Japan

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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# 1578701, RRID:RGD_1578701)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 1578701
Genetic Background: inbred
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Notes: Selectively bred for high ethanol sensitivity for 24 generations, then inbred. Rat Resource and Research Center

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 2306534, RRID:RGD_2306534)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 2306534
Genetic Background: congenic strain
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Reference: PMID:19351909
Notes: decreased susceptibility to autoimmune diabetes, decreased T cell number Congenic substrains identified in F2 crosses of BBDR.F344-(D4Rat153-D4Rat27),BBDP-(D4Rhw6-D4Rat62)/Rhw and BBDR/Rhw with BBDR.BBDP-(D4Rhw11-D4Rhw10)/Rhw Department of Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

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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# 10026, RRID:RGD_10026)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 10026
Genetic Background: inbred strain
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Notes: decreased body weight, decreased systemic arterial blood pressure To N 1964 at F18+? from Maas. Developed by Broadhurst, 1954, from a commercial stock, with selection for low defecation response in an open field. A number of parallel sublines are in existence; these differ at least at the agouti and the major histocompatibility loci. NIH Animal Genetic Resource

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 6907087, RRID:RGD_6907087)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 6907087
Genetic Background: congenic strain
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Reference: PMID:21205740
Notes: Mammary Neoplasms, Experimental, increased mammary gland tumor incidence A sub congenic strain derived from the progenitor strain WF.WKY-(D5Uwm68-D5Mit4)/Uwm. University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, Madison, Wisconsin

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 12738372, RRID:RGD_12738372)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 12738372
Genetic Background: congenic
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Notes: The BDIX.BDIV-D6Mit1-D6Mgh2/Zte congenic strain was produced by crossing BDIX (tumor-susceptible) and BDIV (tumor resistant) and then selecting for strains carrying homozygous segments of the BDIV chromosome on a BDIX background. Institute of Cell Biology (Cancer Research) of Duisburg-Essen University Medical School, Essen, Germany

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

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 2301081
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 1st intron of the Mmel1. PhysGen, Rat Resource and Research Center, Transposagen

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 70447, RRID:RGD_70447)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 70447
Genetic Background: inbred strain
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Notes: decreased systemic arterial blood pressure PL Broadhurst, 1954, from a commercial Wistar stock with selection for low defecation response in an open field. To Harrington 1965 at F25 and to National Institutes of Health 1964 at F18+. The strain was apparently inbred as a number of parallel sublines which differ at the agouti locus and major histocompatibility complex (Hansen et al 1982). unknown

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 4107052, RRID:RGD_4107052)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 4107052
Genetic Background: congenic strain
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Availability: live
Reference: PMID:11247666
Notes: decreased systemic arterial systolic blood pressure Congenic substrain derived by crossing the congenic strain SS.SR-Cyp11b1/Jr to SS/Jr to isolate which contains a smaller SR/Jr derived chromosome 7 segment Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio, USA

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Cite this (RGD Cat# 737944, RRID:RGD_737944)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 737944
Genetic Background: inbred
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Notes: Substrain of BN, from Billingham and Silvers 1958, from Harlan Rijnswijk Harlan Rijswijk, Harlan Sprague Dawley, Indianapolis, IN

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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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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# 1642971, RRID:RGD_1642971)

Source Database: RGD, catalog # 1642971
Genetic Background: congenic
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Notes: This is a congenic substrain developed by crossing SS.LEW-(D10Mco84-D10Got93)/Mco to SS/Jr to get F2 which were again crossed with SS/Jr to duplicate the recombinant region Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio, USA

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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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