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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
EXRCRRID:EXRC_6008Xenopus tropicalisXtr.npnt{insZimml}Homozygous mutants fail to form forelimb buds and all subsequent forelimb structures.Fertilized EggsNephronectin insertional mutation (probably null). Insertion of Tg(nkx2-5:GFP).6008
EXRCRRID:EXRC_3001Xenopus tropicalisXtr.Tg(tubb2b:GFP)AmayaGreen fluorescence in neural tissue.Fertilized Eggstubulin beta 2B class IIb promoter driving GFP. GFP expression in neural tissue.3001
EXRCRRID:EXRC_3007Xenopus tropicalisXtr.Tg(Mmu.Tek:GFP)AmayaGreen fluorescence in vascular tissue.Fertilized EggsMouse TEK receptor tyrosine kinase promoter driving GFP. Green fluorescence in vascular tissue.3007
EXRCRRID:EXRC_6001Xenopus tropicalisXtr.myh6{mZimml}no heartbeatFertilized EggsMutation affecting cardiac function identified in the Mill Hill screen of ENU-induced mutations. Nonsense mutation in the myh6 gene. No heartbeat6001
EXRCRRID:EXRC_6012Xenopus tropicalisXtr.mlo{mZimml}Homozygous mutants are completely paralyzed with no heartbeat.Fertilized EggsMutation affecting striated muscle identified in the Mill Hill screen for ENU-induced mutations. Maps to a genetic interval containing the titin gene.6012
EXRCRRID:EXRC_6004Xenopus tropicalisXtr.supt5h{mZimml}eye and neural crest defectFertilized EggsMutation affecting eye development and melanophore migration identified in the Mill Hill screen for ENU-induced mutations. Pleiotropic effect on eye (retinal lamination defect, no lens), neural crest (poor/absent melanophore migration). Mapped to a mutation in the supt5h gene.6004
EXRCRRID:EXRC_6013Xenopus tropicalisXtr.pet{mZimml}Homozygous mutants are completely paralyzed with no heartbeat.Fertilized EggsMutation affecting striated muscle identified in the Mill Hill screen for ENU-induced mutations. Fails to complement the mrs lot mutation.6013
EXRCRRID:EXRC_3005Xenopus tropicalisXtr.Tg(Xla.actc1:GFP)MohunGreen fluorescence in embryonic striated muscle uncluding the heart.Fertilized Eggs580bp promoter of X. laevis actin, alpha, cardiac muscle 1 driving expression of GFP. Expressed in embryonic striated muscle uncluding the heart.3005
EXRCRRID:EXRC_6011Xenopus tropicalisXtr.unc45b{mZimml}Homozygous mutants are completely paralyzed with no heartbeatFertilized EggsMutation affecting striated muscle identified in the Mill Hill screen for ENU-induced mutations. Homozygous mutants are completely paralyzed with no heartbeat; somites show reduced birefringence in polarized light.6011
EXRCRRID:EXRC_6018Xenopus tropicalisXtr.bxe{mZimml}disrupted retinal pigment epithelium and lens evulsionFertilized EggsMutation affecting eye development identified in the Mill Hill screen for ENU-induced mutations. homozygous embryos diplay disrupted retinal pigment epithelium and lens evulsion6018
NXRRRID:NXR_1.0004Xenopus tropicalisXtr.Et(CAGGS-SB10;cryga:RFP)Available1.0004
NXRRRID:NXR_1.0004Xenopus tropicalis7MHoppersNo longer indexed by source database1.0004
NXRRRID:NXR_1.0098Xenopus tropicalisXtr.Tg(pax6:PR-Gal4-VP16;cryga:eCFP)Available1.0098
NXRRRID:NXR_1.0098Xenopus tropicalisXtr.Tg(Pax6galPRBicolorBlue)No longer indexed by source database1.0098
NXRRRID:NXR_1.0098Xenopus tropicalisPax6galPRBicolorBlueNo longer indexed by source database1.0098
XEPRRID:XEP_Xtr500Xenopus tropicalisXenopus (Silurana) tropicalis MaleLiveThese catalog numbers represent the same frogs: NB XT, SM XT, XT, XT FM, XT MXtr500
NXRRRID:NXR_1.0034Xenopus tropicalisXtr.Et(CAGGS-SB10;cryga:RFP)Available1.0034
NXRRRID:NXR_1.0034Xenopus tropicalisSB10enzymeNo longer indexed by source database1.0034
NXRRRID:NXR_1.0028Xenopus tropicalisXtr.Et(CAGGS-SB10,cryga:RFP; CAGGS:GFP)Available1.0028
XEPRRID:XEP_Xtr500Xenopus tropicalisNon Breeder Xenopus (Silurana) Tropicalis FrogLiveThese catalog numbers represent the same frogs: NB XT, SM XT, XT, XT FM, XT MXtr500
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