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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: Mar 10, 2018)

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DatabaseProper CitationSpeciesNamePhenotypeAvailabilityReferenceNotesAffected GeneGenomic AlterationCatalog IDBackground
IMSRRRID:IMSR_RBRC02060Mus musculusB6D2-Tg(CAG-EGFP-lox71)C5-FM234Osb/Osbmouse cellsgene symbol note: CMV-IE enhancer, chicken beta-actin promoter, rabbit beta-globin genomic DNA, Green Fluorescent Protein, transgene insertion C5-FM234, Research Institute for Microbial Diseases, Osaka University; mutant stock: CMV-IE enhancer, chicken beta-actin promoter, rabbit beta-globin genomic DNA, Green Fluorescent Protein, transgene insertion C5-FM234, Research Institute for Microbial Diseases, Osaka UniversityCAG, GFP, Tg(CAG-EGFP-lox71)C5-FM234OsbCAG, GFP, Tg(CAG-EGFP-lox71)C5-FM234OsbRBRC02060
MGIRRID:MGI:5465170Mus musculusth7m/t+reproductive system phenotypeAvailability unknown check source stock centerPMID:8690273Allele Detail: Spontaneousth7m5465170Not Specified
BDSCRRID:BDSC_42124Drosophila melanogastery1 w*; Mi{y+mDint2=MIC}CG13003MI05942AvailableCG13003,w,yChromosome/1, breakpoints/15B1, X:16852103..16852103 (r6, Ti)42124
IMSRRRID:IMSR_TAC:tf3303Mus musculusB6:129S5-Unc5bGt(OST451292)Lexmouse cellsgene symbol note: unc-5 netrin receptor B; mutant strain: gene trap OST451292, Lexicon GeneticsUnc5bGt(OST451292)LexTAC:tf3303
IMSRRRID:IMSR_TIGM:IST14548E7Mus musculusC57BL/6N-Csnk2a2Gt(IST14548E7)Tigmmouse cellsgene symbol note: casein kinase 2, alpha prime polypeptide; unclassified: gene trap IST14548E7, Texas A&M Institute for Genomic MedicineCsnk2a2Gt(IST14548E7)TigmTIGM:IST14548E7
MGIRRID:MGI:5630937Mus musculusCcdc122tm1a(KOMP)Wtsi/Ccdc122+increased grip strength, abnormal thoracic vertebrae morphology, decreased rib numberNo longer indexed by source databaseAllele Detail: TargetedCcdc122tm1a(KOMP)Wtsi5630937C57BL/6N-Ccdc122/Wtsi
MGIRRID:MGI:4397676Mus musculusKcnq3tm1.1Naas/Kcnq3tm1.1Naasabnormal neuron physiology, prenatal lethality, incomplete penetranceAvailability unknown check source stock centerPMID:18483067Allele Detail: TargetedKcnq3tm1.1Naas4397676involves: 129S1/Sv * 129X1/SvJ * FVB/N
IMSRRRID:IMSR_TIGM:IST14652D12Mus musculusC57BL/6N-Arhgap12Gt(IST14652D12)Tigmmouse cellsgene symbol note: Rho GTPase activating protein 12; unclassified: gene trap IST14652D12, Texas A&M Institute for Genomic MedicineArhgap12Gt(IST14652D12)TigmTIGM:IST14652D12
IMSRRRID:IMSR_TIGM:IST14460H11Mus musculusC57BL/6N-Cops7aGt(IST14460H11)Tigmmouse cellsgene symbol note: COP9 signalosome subunit 7A; unclassified:Cops7aGt(IST14460H11)TigmTIGM:IST14460H11
BDSCRRID:BDSC_54966Drosophila melanogasterw1118; P{y+t7.7 w+mC=GMR78H05-lexA}attP40AvailableExpresses lexA under the control of DNA sequences in or near Vsx2.Ecol\lexA,Vsx2,wChromosome/1;2, breakpoints/25C6, 2L:5108448..5108448 (r6, Ti)54966
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:IE44498Caenorhabditis elegansliveWBPaper00040752, WBPaper00028894other notes: For further information and strain requests please visit"|"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 characterizationWBVar00265035(ttTi44498)IE44498
FlyBaseRRID:FlyBase_FBst0483685Drosophila melanogasterP{VT009576-GAL4}attP2Availability unknown check source stock centersFBst0483685
MGIRRID:MGI:3044567Mus musculusTg(Fabp1-cre)1Jig; Krastm4Tyj/Kras+abnormal colon morphologyAvailability unknown check source stock centerPMID:15093544Allele Detail: Targeted, TransgenicKrastm4Tyj; Tg(Fabp1-cre)1Jig3044567involves: 129S4/SvJae * FVB/N
IMSRRRID:IMSR_WTSI:17550Mus musculusC57BL/6N-A-Cd9tm1a(EUCOMM)HmguNo longer indexed by source databasegene symbol note: CD9 antigen mutant strain Cd9Cd9tm1a(EUCOMM)HmguWTSI:17550
BDSCRRID:BDSC_48306Drosophila melanogasterw1118; P{y+t7.7 w+mC=GMR72A10-GAL4}attP2/TM3, Sb1AvailableExpresses GAL4 under the control of DNA sequences in or near pog (FBgn0051660), G.R.Scer\GAL4,smog,Sb,wChromosome/1;3, breakpoints/68A4, 3L:11070538..11070538 (r6, Ti)48306
IMSRRRID:IMSR_TIGM:IST10949H12m2Mus musculusC57BL/6N-OTTMUSG00000011076Gt(IST10949H12m2)Tigmmouse cellsgene symbol note: zinc finger protein 993; unclassified:Zfp993Gt(IST10949H12m2)TigmTIGM:IST10949H12m2
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:UL1659Caenorhabditis elegansNULLNo longer indexed by source databaseNULLNULLUL1659
BDSCRRID:BDSC_34693Drosophila melanogastery1 sc* v1; P{y+t7.7 v+t1.8=TRiP.HMS01172}attP2AvailableExpresses dsRNA for RNAi of CG2023 (FBgn0037383) under UAS control, TRiP.CG2023,Scer\UAS,sc,v,yChromosome/1;3, breakpoints/68A4, 3L:11070538..11070538 (r6, Ti)34693
ZFINRRID:ZFIN_ZDB-GENO-160714-18Danio reriosnapc1bfh111/fh111ZFIN prefers authors to cite using the other (ZDB-ALT-prefixed) identifier.snapc1bfh111ZDB-GENO-160714-18AB
IMSRRRID:IMSR_TIGM:IST14610B8Mus musculusC57BL/6N-Jam2Gt(IST14610B8)Tigmmouse cellsgene symbol note: junction adhesion molecule 2; unclassified: gene trap IST14610B8, Texas A&M Institute for Genomic MedicineJam2Gt(IST14610B8)TigmTIGM:IST14610B8
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