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Integrated Animals is a virtual database currently indexing available animal strains and mutants from: AGSC (Ambystoma), BCBC (mice), BDSC (flies), European Xenopus Resource Center (frog), The National Xenopus Resource (frog), Xenopus Express (frog), CWRU Cystic Fibrosis Mouse Models (mice), DGGR (flies), FlyBase (flies), IMSR (mice), MGI (mice), MMRRC (mice), NSRRC (pig), 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.
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DatabaseProper CitationSpeciesNamePhenotypeAvailabilityReferenceNotesAffected GeneGenomic AlterationCatalog IDBackground
RGDRRID:RGD_6484580Rattus norvegicusSS-Ldlrem2McwiliveThis strain was produced by injecting ZFNs targeting the sequence TGCATCCCCAGCCTGTGGgcctgcGACGGGGACCGGGAC into SS/JrHsdMcwi rat embryos. The resulting mutation is a 123-bp frameshift deletion in exon 4. PhysGen Knockouts6484580mutant
RGDRRID:RGD_13207560Rattus norvegicusSS-Tg(Aqp2-cre/ERT2)4McwiliveTransgenic overexpressing tamoxifen inducible cre/ERT2 under the control of the Aquaporin 2 promoter MCW Gene Editing Rat Resource Center13207560transgenic
RGDRRID:RGD_5131933Rattus norvegicusSS-Cybaem1McwiliveThis strain was produced by injecting ZFNs targeting the sequence CGAGTGGGCCATgtgggCCAACGAACAGGCGC into SS/JrHsdMcwi rat embryos. The resulting mutation is a 36-bp frameshift deletion in exon 1. PhysGen Knockouts5131933mutant
RGDRRID:RGD_731195Rattus norvegicusDA.E3-(D14Wox8-D14Rat64)/RhdarthritislivePMID:14624754The fragment of interest is transferred from arthritis resistant E3 strain to the susceptible DA strain. Medical Inflammation Research, BMC, University of Lund, Lund, Sweden731195congenic strain
RGDRRID:RGD_7771600Rattus norvegicusSS.SR-(rs106870553-rs63922710)/OpazliveCongenic strain which was generated using the speed congenic strategy by backcrossing SS/JrHsd and SR/JrHsd parental strains Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts. Rat Resource and Research Center7771600congenic
RGDRRID:RGD_728195Rattus norvegicusSHR/N-cpincreased systemic arterial blood pressureliveAutosomal recessive congenic strain originated from an inbred transfered to NIH in 1966 at F13 from Okamoto. Okamoto, Kyoto School of Medicine, 1963, from outbred Wistar Kyoto male with marked elevation of blood pressure mated to female with slightly elevated blood pressure; brother-sister mating with contin- ued selection for spontaneous hypertension. Rat Resource and Research Center728195congenic strain
RGDRRID:RGD_5688409Rattus norvegicusACI.COP-(D5Rat28-D5Rat36)/ShulliveThis congenic strain contains a region of COP/CrCrl chromosome 5 transferred to the ACI/SegHsd strain background. Department of Oncology, McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research, University of Wisconsin-Madison5688409congenic
SSCLBRRRID:SSCLBR_Tbc1d1Rattus norvegicusTbc1d1Protein Tbc1d1AvailableTbc1d1
RGDRRID:RGD_2305949Rattus norvegicusSHRSP-Chr 1WKY/TkyoliveChromosome 1 from WKY is introgressed into the genomic background of SHRSP National BioResource Project for the Rat in Japan2305949consomic
RGDRRID:RGD_8549785Rattus norvegicusW.Gunn-Ugt1a1j/AonliveDeveloped by the DEPOSITOR National BioResource Project for the Rat in Japan8549785congenic
RGDRRID:RGD_9588593Rattus norvegicusLE-Tg(Gad1-icre)3OttcliveThe transgene expresses BAC transgenic using rat GAD1 promoter to express Cre recombinase in GABAergic neurons Optogenetics and Transgenic Technology Core, Rat Resource and Research Center9588593transgenic
RGDRRID:RGD_2301702Rattus norvegicusF344-Sf4Tn(sb-T2/Bart3)2.264McwiliveThese 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 4th intron of the Sf4 gene. PhysGen, Transposagen, Rat Resource and Research Center2301702mutant
RGDRRID:RGD_734526Rattus norvegicusOLETF/Got Otsuka Long Evans Tokushimahyperglycemia, increased circulating insulin level, insulin resistancelivePMID:11355573Long Evans Charles River Canada introduced it to Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co. in 1982. This is selectively bred by oral glucose tolerance test of selective brother-sister mating. Otsuka Pharmacuetical Company, 463-10 Kagasuno, Tokushima, Japan734526inbred strain
RGDRRID:RGD_737868Rattus norvegicusSS.SR-(Syt2-D13Mit1)/JrliveCongenic substrain which has a chromosome 13 segment from congenic SS/Jr.SR/Jr-Ren transferred to the SS/Jr recipient strain Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio, USA737868congenic
RGDRRID:RGD_10401918Rattus norvegicusBDIX/HanHsdliveBDIX/Han maintained at Envigo (Harlan) Envigo10401918inbred
RGDRRID:RGD_6482268Rattus norvegicusBRAT-Avpdi/BluHsdRrrc Brattleborodiabetes insipidus, Polydipsia, Polyuria, decreased urine osmolality, increased drinking frequency, increased urination frequencyliveHereditary hypothalamic diabetes insipidus was first described in offspring from a Long-Evans stock of rats by Dr. Schroeder, later named Brattleboro strain. In 1964 from Dr. Lewis Kinder, Harvard University, Boston to Blue Spruce Farms, Altamont, New York. to Harlan through acquisition in 1988. Brattleboro rats transferred to the RRRC in 2009. Rat Resource and Research Center6482268mutant strain
RGDRRID:RGD_5686708Rattus norvegicusSS-Msraem4Mcwi-/- SS-Msraem4Mcwi-/Msraem4Mcwi-liveZFN mutant founders were backcrossed with SS/JrHsdMcwi to get heterozygous offsprings which were intercrossed and offsprings maintained as homozygous and heterozygous breeders. PhysGen Knockouts5686708mutant
RGDRRID:RGD_2314861Rattus norvegicusWAG/RijYcbhemorrhagic disease, decreased erythrocyte cell number, decreased hematocrit, decreased hemoglobin content, increased partial thromboplastin timelivePMID:20158945Substrain of WAG/Rij; from Netherlands to Yale University. Comparative Medicine, Yale University, Connecticut2314861inbred strain
RGDRRID:RGD_5143991Rattus norvegicusSS-Gpr183em1McwiliveThis strain was produced by injecting ZFNs targeting the sequence CTGCCACTGCTCCtcaaaCCCATGTCTAAGCAGGAG into SS/JrHsdMcwi rat embryos. The resulting mutation is a 7-bp frameshift deletion in exon 2. PhysGen Knockouts5143991mutant
RGDRRID:RGD_2325798Rattus norvegicusSS.LEW-(D10Got112-Igfbp4)/Aydheart left ventricle hypertrophy, increased systemic arterial blood pressurelivePMID:18806617A sub congenic strain derived from the progenitor strain SS.LEW-(D10Rat27-Igfbp4)/Ayd Centre Hospitalier de Universiti de Montrial, Quebec, Canada2325798congenic strain
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