Title Phenotype Contact
B6;129P2-Nr1d2<tm1Dgen>/H No visible phenotype. Contact
B6;129P2-P2rx6<tm1Dgen>/H Homozygous mutant mice exhibited a significant increase in thermal response latency during hot plate testing, and required a significantly increased dose of metrazol to reach various seizure stages, when compared with age- and gender-matched wild-type control mice. There were no other significant differences detected in homozygous mutant mice when compared with age- and gender-matched wild-type control mice. Contact
B6;129P2-Pak2<tm1Dgen>/H None Contact
B6;129P2-Pde2a<tm1Dgen>/H Heterozygotes: no visible phenotype. Homozygotes: frequently do not survive to weaning age. Contact
B6;129P2-Pde3a<tm1Dgen>/H No visible phenotype. Contact
B6;129P2-Pde4b<tm1Dgen>/H No visible phenotype. Contact
B6;129P2-Pde4d<tm1Dgen>/H No visible phenotype. Contact
B6;129P2-Pde8a<tm1Dgen>/H No visible phenotype. Contact
B6;129P2-Prep<tm1Dgen>/H None Contact
B6;129P2-Rgs5<tm1Dgen>/H No visible phenotype. Contact
B6;129P2-Scube3<tm1Dgen>/H No visible phenotype. Contact
B6;129P2-Slc7a10<tm1Dgen>/H No visible phenotype. Contact
B6;129P2-Sox9<tm1Gsr>/H Heterozygous and homozygous Sox9-flox mice are viable, fertile and appear normal. They can be used to conditionally inactivate Sox9 by crossing with cre recombinase-expressing mice. Contact
B6;129P2-Sycn<tm1Rja>/H Pancreatic secretion compromised. Contact
B6;129P2-Tmem67<tm1Dgen>/H No visible phenotype. Contact
B6;129P2-Tpcn1<tm1Dgen>/H No visible phenotype. Contact
B6;129P2-Tpcn1<tm1Dgen>/H No visible phenotype. Contact
B6;129P2-Trpc4<tm1Dgen>/H No visible phenotype. Contact
B6;129P2-Trpc6<tm1Dgen>/H No visible phenotype. Contact
B6;129P2-Vipr1<tm1Dgen>/H No visible phenotype. Contact

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