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Phenotypes associated with this allele
Allele Symbol
Allele Name
Allele ID
Sqstm1tm1.1Sral
targeted mutation 1.1, Stuart H Ralston
MGI:5056451
Summary 2 genotypes
Jump to Allelic Composition Genetic Background Genotype ID
hm1
Sqstm1tm1.1Sral/Sqstm1tm1.1Sral involves: 129/Sv * 129P2/OlaHsd * C57BL/6 MGI:5056475
ht2
Sqstm1tm1.1Sral/Sqstm1+ involves: 129/Sv * 129P2/OlaHsd * C57BL/6 MGI:5056476


Genotype
MGI:5056475
hm1
Allelic
Composition
Sqstm1tm1.1Sral/Sqstm1tm1.1Sral
Genetic
Background
involves: 129/Sv * 129P2/OlaHsd * C57BL/6
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Mouse lines carrying:
Sqstm1tm1.1Sral mutation (0 available); any Sqstm1 mutation (8 available)
phenotype observed in females
phenotype observed in males
N normal phenotype
skeleton
• at 8 months, 7 of 10 mice exhibit focal osteolytic lesion mainly in the hind limb unlike wild-type mice (J:173755)
• at 12 months, 20 of 21 mice exhibit focal osteolytic lesion mainly in the hind limb unlike wild-type mice (J:173755)
• however, young mice exhibit normal trabecular bone density and structure (J:173755)
• at 8 months, 7 of 10 mice exhibit focal osteolytic lesion mainly in the hind limb unlike wild-type mice (J:173755)
• at 12 months, 20 of 21 mice exhibit focal osteolytic lesion mainly in the hind limb unlike wild-type mice (J:173755)
• however, young mice exhibit normal trabecular bone density and structure (J:173755)
• 3 of 20 osteoclasts from bone lesions exhibit nuclear inclusions unlike wild-type cells (J:173755)
• osteoclasts that differentiate from bone marrow macrophage are larger and contained more nuclei than osteoclasts that differentiate from wild-type macrophage (J:173755)
• 3 of 20 osteoclasts from bone lesions exhibit nuclear inclusions unlike wild-type cells (J:173755)
• osteoclasts that differentiate from bone marrow macrophage are larger and contained more nuclei than osteoclasts that differentiate from wild-type macrophage (J:173755)
• osteoclast formation from bone marrow macrophages is increased compared to from wild-type bone marrow (J:173755)
• osteoclast formation from bone marrow macrophages is increased compared to from wild-type bone marrow (J:173755)
• within bone lesions (J:173755)
• within bone lesions (J:173755)
• within bone lesions (J:173755)
• within bone lesions (J:173755)
• within bone lesions (J:173755)
• within bone lesions (J:173755)
• mice exhibit increased bone formation 10-fold within bone lesions compared with wild-type mice (J:173755)
• mice exhibit increased bone formation 10-fold within bone lesions compared with wild-type mice (J:173755)
• mice exhibit increased mineral apposition rate and mineralizing surface within bone lesions compared with wild-type mice (J:173755)
• mice exhibit increased mineral apposition rate and mineralizing surface within bone lesions compared with wild-type mice (J:173755)

immune system
• 3 of 20 osteoclasts from bone lesions exhibit nuclear inclusions unlike wild-type cells (J:173755)
• osteoclasts that differentiate from bone marrow macrophage are larger and contained more nuclei than osteoclasts that differentiate from wild-type macrophage (J:173755)
• 3 of 20 osteoclasts from bone lesions exhibit nuclear inclusions unlike wild-type cells (J:173755)
• osteoclasts that differentiate from bone marrow macrophage are larger and contained more nuclei than osteoclasts that differentiate from wild-type macrophage (J:173755)
• osteoclast formation from bone marrow macrophages is increased compared to from wild-type bone marrow (J:173755)
• osteoclast formation from bone marrow macrophages is increased compared to from wild-type bone marrow (J:173755)
• within bone lesions (J:173755)
• within bone lesions (J:173755)

hematopoietic system
• 3 of 20 osteoclasts from bone lesions exhibit nuclear inclusions unlike wild-type cells (J:173755)
• osteoclasts that differentiate from bone marrow macrophage are larger and contained more nuclei than osteoclasts that differentiate from wild-type macrophage (J:173755)
• 3 of 20 osteoclasts from bone lesions exhibit nuclear inclusions unlike wild-type cells (J:173755)
• osteoclasts that differentiate from bone marrow macrophage are larger and contained more nuclei than osteoclasts that differentiate from wild-type macrophage (J:173755)
• osteoclast formation from bone marrow macrophages is increased compared to from wild-type bone marrow (J:173755)
• osteoclast formation from bone marrow macrophages is increased compared to from wild-type bone marrow (J:173755)
• within bone lesions (J:173755)
• within bone lesions (J:173755)

cellular
• osteoclast formation from bone marrow macrophages is increased compared to from wild-type bone marrow (J:173755)
• osteoclast formation from bone marrow macrophages is increased compared to from wild-type bone marrow (J:173755)

Mouse Models of Human Disease
OMIM ID Ref(s)
Paget Disease of Bone 2, Early-Onset; PDB2 602080 J:173755




Genotype
MGI:5056476
ht2
Allelic
Composition
Sqstm1tm1.1Sral/Sqstm1+
Genetic
Background
involves: 129/Sv * 129P2/OlaHsd * C57BL/6
Find Mice Using the International Mouse Strain Resource (IMSR)
Mouse lines carrying:
Sqstm1tm1.1Sral mutation (0 available); any Sqstm1 mutation (8 available)
phenotype observed in females
phenotype observed in males
N normal phenotype
skeleton
• at 8 months, 1 of 4 mice exhibit focal osteolytic lesion mainly in the hind limb unlike wild-type mice (J:173755)
• at 12 months, 14 of 18 mice exhibit focal osteolytic lesion mainly in the hind limb unlike wild-type mice (J:173755)
• at 8 months, 1 of 4 mice exhibit focal osteolytic lesion mainly in the hind limb unlike wild-type mice (J:173755)
• at 12 months, 14 of 18 mice exhibit focal osteolytic lesion mainly in the hind limb unlike wild-type mice (J:173755)
• osteoclast formation from bone marrow macrophages is increased compared with wild-type cells (J:173755)
• osteoclast formation from bone marrow macrophages is increased compared with wild-type cells (J:173755)
• within bone lesions (J:173755)
• within bone lesions (J:173755)

immune system
• osteoclast formation from bone marrow macrophages is increased compared with wild-type cells (J:173755)
• osteoclast formation from bone marrow macrophages is increased compared with wild-type cells (J:173755)
• within bone lesions (J:173755)
• within bone lesions (J:173755)

hematopoietic system
• osteoclast formation from bone marrow macrophages is increased compared with wild-type cells (J:173755)
• osteoclast formation from bone marrow macrophages is increased compared with wild-type cells (J:173755)
• within bone lesions (J:173755)
• within bone lesions (J:173755)

cellular
• osteoclast formation from bone marrow macrophages is increased compared with wild-type cells (J:173755)
• osteoclast formation from bone marrow macrophages is increased compared with wild-type cells (J:173755)

Mouse Models of Human Disease
OMIM ID Ref(s)
Paget Disease of Bone 2, Early-Onset; PDB2 602080 J:173755





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last database update
02/02/2016
MGI 6.02
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