Title Phenotype Contact
STOCK Gja8<tm1a(EUCOMM)Hmgu>/H Potential EUMODIC data in the Europhenome database. Contact
STOCK Hal<his>/H Coat Colour: Grey. Behaviour: Neurotic. Homozygotes, heterozygotes and wildtypes are not visibly distinguishable, but a urine test can rapidly screen wildtypes from homozygotes. HPLC quantification of histidine in urine can distinguish heterozygotes from homozygotes. Contact
STOCK Hnf4a<tm1(cre)Sdv>/H Homozygous lethal at mid gestation due to defects in liver formation. Contact
STOCK Igf2<tm4Wrk>/H Intra-uterine growth restriction (paternal transmission). Contact
STOCK Invs<inv>/H Homozygous embryos develop situs inversus. Contact
STOCK Kdm6a<tm2c(EUCOMM)Wtsi>/WtsiH To see phenotype data (when available) visit www.mousephenotype.org Contact
STOCK Lcl/H Lens cloudy. Cataracts. Mice heterozygous for this mutation show progressive cataract formation, with total opacity at approximately 3 months. Mice homozygous for this mutation have small eyes and total lens opacity at 4-5 weeks. Contact
STOCK Lhx1<tm1Bhr>/H Homozygous lethal at day 10 of gestation. Contact
STOCK Lig4<tiny>/ApbH Small in size, no CD8 cells or B cells, TCR Tg appears to rescue T cells. Similar to human SCID. Contact
STOCK Lim2<To3>/H Total opacity, dominant cataract. Contact
STOCK M412b Embryonic lethal. Contact
STOCK M54B/H Embryonic lethal, not fully penetrant. Possible craniofacial abnormality. Mice at weaning and when adults including the sa mice which have survived have no obvious visible phenotype. Contact
STOCK Maf<Ofl>/H Contact
STOCK Mapk14<tm2Nbr> Pax7<tm1(cre)Mrc>/JpellH No reported overt phenotype. Contact
STOCK Med31<l11Jus15> +/+ In(11Trp53;11Wnt3)8Brd/H Embryonic lethality with reduced cell proliferation rates in embryonic fibroblasts. Contact
STOCK Micu1<tm1aNarl>/H To see phenotype data (when available) visit www.mousephenotype.org Contact
STOCK Mitf<Rorp>/H Dilute coat/ear/tail colour. Heterozygotes have pigment dilution, while homozygotes lack coat pigment, but retain eye (iris) pigment and do not have small eyes. Contact
STOCK Mut1154/H Small at birth and small at weaning with cranial doming, variably wide between eyes and shortened nasal passage. Very limited weight data, but heterozygotes estimated to be 15% smaller than wild-type sibs at weaning. Not deaf. Cytogenetics: no obvious gross chromosome abnormality detected. Contact
STOCK Mut1264/H Craniofacial and behavioural mutant with distal low degree tail kink. Homozygous pre-implantation lethal. Heterozygotes have a flat skull, short, blunt tails with a low degree distal kink and some have white feet. Behavioural abnormalities include head bobbing and erratic behaviour but they can swim. Heterozygotes are approximately 30% smaller than wild-type sibs at birth and weaning. High incidence of exencephaly in fetuses. Contact
STOCK Mut1293/H Heterozygotes are small at birth and weaning. Broad head, bulging eyes, some have ear problems i.e. a build up of a hard white deposit and signs of blood. Penetrance of the phenotype and viability of affected individuals to weaning is good. Homozygotes die post implantation, or survive for longer but are oedematous and have skeletal bone/cartilage abnormalities; limited intercross data suggest that they do not survive post-natally. Contact