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Integrated: Animals

Integrated Animals is a virtual database currently indexing available animal strains and mutants from: AGSC (Ambystoma), BCBC (mice), BDSC (flies), CWRU Cystic Fibrosis Mouse Models (mice), DGGR (flies), FlyBase (flies), IMSR (mice), MGI (mice), MMRRC (mice), NSRRC (pig), NXR (Xenopus), RGD (rats), Sperm Stem Cell Libraries for Biological Research (rats), Tetrahymena Stock Center (Tetrahymena), WormBase (worms), XGSC (Xiphophorus), ZFIN (zebrafish), and ZIRC (zebrafish). Note, the IMSR data is linked, but users may need to re-execute the search if the top mouse is not returned properly.
Note: BCBC is no longer in service, so the links may not be functional.

(last updated: Aug 4, 2018)

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DatabaseProper CitationSpeciesNamePhenotypeAvailabilityReferenceNotesAffected GeneGenomic AlterationCatalog IDBackground
ZFINRRID:ZFIN_ZDB-GENO-080916-7Danio reriocx43j7e3/j7e3ZFIN prefers authors to cite using the other (ZDB-ALT-prefixed) identifier.cx43j7e3ZDB-GENO-080916-7C32
MGIRRID:MGI:4999766Mus musculusSlc39a14tm1Thir/Slc39a14tm1Thirdecreased length of long bones, decreased bone volume, decreased circulating insulin-like growth factor I level, postnatal growth retardation, torticollis, osteoporosis, increased bone trabecular spacing, decreased bone mineral density, decreased body weight, abnormal chondrocyte differentiation, scoliosis, short femur, abnormal gluconeogenesis, short tibia, decreased body size, decreased bone trabecula number, abnormal liver zinc level, abnormal growth hormone levelAvailability unknown check source stock centerPMID:21445361Allele Detail: TargetedSlc39a14tm1Thir4999766involves: 129 * C57BL/6
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:IE14159Caenorhabditis elegansliveWBPaper00040752, WBPaper00028894other notes: For further information and strain requests please visit http://ums3421.univ-lyon1.fr/"|"Hermaphrodites carrying both the Mos1 transposon substrate and transposase extrachromosomal arrays were subjected to a heat-shock to induce transposase expression. Five days later, progeny of the F1 at the L4 stage carrying the Mos1 substrate array were singled. After a further 5 days of culture, worms of the F3 generation were transferred to fresh plates and 3 days later a single F4 worm that did not carry the Mos1 substrate array was transferred to a fresh plate. These worms were allowed to reproduce to give the F6 generation that was then subject to molecular characterizationWBVar00257417(ttTi14159)IE14159
DGGRRRID:DGGR_113543Drosophila melanogastery* w* P{w+mW.hs=GawB}NP5019 / FM7cAvailableNP line. Received from the National Institute of Genetics.113543
MGIRRID:MGI:5700907Mus musculusGpr65tm1b(KOMP)Wtsi/Gpr65tm1b(KOMP)Wtsienlarged epididymis, enlarged heart, decreased lymphocyte cell number, abnormal heart morphology, abnormal skin morphology, abnormal epididymis morphology, increased neutrophil cell numberAvailability unknown check source stock centerAllele Detail: TargetedGpr65tm1b(KOMP)Wtsi5700907C57BL/6N-Gpr65/Ucd
BDSCRRID:BDSC_17172Drosophila melanogasterw1118; P{w+mC=EP}EP502AvailablewChromosome/1;2, breakpoints/48E10, 2R:12229324..12229324 (r6, Ti)17172
IMSRRRID:IMSR_TIGM:IST14496F6Mus musculusC57BL/6N-Raf1Gt(IST14496F6)Tigmmouse cellsgene symbol note: v-raf-leukemia viral oncogene 1; unclassified: gene trap IST14496F6, Texas A&M Institute for Genomic MedicineRaf1Gt(IST14496F6)TigmTIGM:IST14496F6
ZIRCRRID:ZIRC_ZL13748.03Danio reriodisclaimer (disclaimer)-frozenPoint Mutationsamd4asa31011ZL13748.03disclaimer
IMSRRRID:IMSR_TIGM:IST12202D6Mus musculusC57BL/6N-Mif4gdGt(IST12202D6)Tigmmouse cellsgene symbol note: MIF4G domain containing; unclassified: gene trap IST12202D6, Texas A&M Institute for Genomic MedicineMif4gdGt(IST12202D6)TigmTIGM:IST12202D6
IMSRRRID:IMSR_TIGM:IST12635E6Mus musculusC57BL/6N-2610318N02RikGt(IST12635E6)Tigmmouse cellsgene symbol note: RIKEN cDNA 2610318N02 gene; unclassified: gene trap IST12635E6, Texas A&M Institute for Genomic Medicine2610318N02RikGt(IST12635E6)TigmTIGM:IST12635E6
MGIRRID:MGI:4443207Mus musculusRyr2tm1.1Maya/Ryr2+abnormal myocardial fiber physiology, increased physiological sensitivity to xenobiotic, behavior/neurological phenotype, ventricular tachycardiaAvailability unknown check source stock centerPMID:20224043Allele Detail: TargetedRyr2tm1.1Maya4443207C57BL/6J-Ryr2
MMRRCRRID:MMRRC_024882-UCDMus musculusSIGTR ES cell line AW0573Mutation type: Gene TrapZfp808024882-UCDGene Trap
IMSRRRID:IMSR_TIGM:IST10387E5Mus musculusC57BL/6N-UtrnGt(IST10387E5)Tigmmouse cellsgene symbol note: utrophin; unclassified: gene trap IST10387E5, Texas A&M Institute for Genomic MedicineUtrnGt(IST10387E5)TigmTIGM:IST10387E5
MGIRRID:MGI:5008581laboratory mouseFVB-Tg(LRRK2)WT1MjfaAvailability unknown check source stock centerStrain Type: coisogenicTg(LRRK2)WT1Mjfa5008581
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:IE14616Caenorhabditis elegansliveWBPaper00040752, WBPaper00028894other notes: For further information and strain requests please visit http://ums3421.univ-lyon1.fr/"|"Hermaphrodites carrying both the Mos1 transposon substrate and transposase extrachromosomal arrays were subjected to a heat-shock to induce transposase expression. Five days later, progeny of the F1 at the L4 stage carrying the Mos1 substrate array were singled. After a further 5 days of culture, worms of the F3 generation were transferred to fresh plates and 3 days later a single F4 worm that did not carry the Mos1 substrate array was transferred to a fresh plate. These worms were allowed to reproduce to give the F6 generation that was then subject to molecular characterizationWBVar00257529(ttTi14616)IE14616
FlyBaseRRID:FlyBase_FBst0500219Drosophila melanogasterM{UAS-CG13993.ORF}ZH-86FbAvailability unknown check source stock centersM{UAS-Pfdn1.ORF}ZH-86FbFBst0500219
IMSRRRID:IMSR_TIGM:IST11772F11Mus musculusC57BL/6N-Zzz3Gt(IST11772F11)Tigmmouse cellsgene symbol note: zinc finger, ZZ domain containing 3; unclassified: gene trap IST11772F11, Texas A&M Institute for Genomic MedicineZzz3Gt(IST11772F11)TigmTIGM:IST11772F11
BDSCRRID:BDSC_12169Drosophila melanogastery1 w67c23; P{w+mC=lacW}dbek05428/CyOAvailabledbe,Ecol\lacZ,w,yChromosome/1;2, breakpoints/21E2, 2L:869816..869816 (r6, Ti)12169
BDSCRRID:BDSC_754Drosophila melanogasterDf(2R)vg-C/CyO, P{ry+t7.2=sevRas1.V12}FK1AvailableProximal breakpoint information from P. Adler, cited as personnal communication in DIS 71:154, K.M. 8/29/95; rebalanced to rescue, w[-] floating, K.M. 2/23/01Ak6,Amph,antr,AspRS,asRNA:CR43468,asRNA:CR43469,asRNA:CR45137,asRNA:CR45140,asRNA:CR45141,asRNA:CR45468,Balat,bic,CG12374,CG13148,CG13319,CG17019,CG17574,CG17575,CG17580,CG17760,CG30053,CG30054,CG30056,CG30486,CG30487,CG33632,CG33671,CG33672,CG33752,CG33775,CG33792,CG42663,CG44251,CG45086,CG8569,CG8646,CG8768,CG8778,CG8785,ClC-b,CR30055,CR43909,CR44453,CR44461,CR45266,CR45279,CR46237,Cyp301a1,Cyp9h1,Dgkepsilon,fra,Galphaq,GLS,Iswi,Lfg,Mdr49,Mos,mRpL18,muskelin,Nacalpha,NAT1,nemy,Nmda1,Nup188,Obp49a,Or49b,ox,Sans,sca,SCCRO3,Sin3A,spt4,stil,sug,Taz,vg,wuc,ZnT49B,Ras85D,sevChromosome/2, breakpoints/49A10-49B3;49E1-49E4, 2R:12520723-12562130;2R:12940453-12949055 (r6, Df)754
IMSRRRID:IMSR_TIGM:IST12125H2Mus musculusC57BL/6N-Slc5a11Gt(IST12125H2)Tigmmouse cellsgene symbol note: solute carrier family 5 (sodium/glucose cotransporter), member 11; unclassified: gene trap IST12125H2, Texas A&M Institute for Genomic MedicineSlc5a11Gt(IST12125H2)TigmTIGM:IST12125H2
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