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Phenotypes Associated with This Genotype
Genotype
MGI:2182596
Allelic
Composition
Cln6nclf/Cln6nclf
Genetic
Background
involves: C57BL/6J * C57BL/10J * C3HeB/FeJLe
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Mouse lines carrying:
Cln6nclf mutation (3 available); any Cln6 mutation (6 available)
phenotype observed in females
phenotype observed in males
N normal phenotype
mortality/aging

behavior/neurological
• paresis progresses to paralysis typically by 9 months of age (J:47292)
• paralysis is spastic in nature (J:47292)
• paresis progresses to paralysis typically by 9 months of age (J:47292)
• paralysis is spastic in nature (J:47292)
• develop rear limb paresis by 8 months of age (J:47292)
• paresis is spastic in nature (J:47292)
• develop rear limb paresis by 8 months of age (J:47292)
• paresis is spastic in nature (J:47292)
• terminal seizures have been seen (J:47292)
• terminal seizures have been seen (J:47292)

nervous system
• terminal seizures have been seen (J:47292)
• terminal seizures have been seen (J:47292)
• by 6 months of age increasing numbers of hypertrophic astrocytes are seen in the cerebral cortex, thalamus and brain stem indicative of reactive gliosis (J:47292)
• by 6 months of age increasing numbers of hypertrophic astrocytes are seen in the cerebral cortex, thalamus and brain stem indicative of reactive gliosis (J:47292)
• many profiles of degenerating myelin sheaths and axons are seen in the white matter of the spinal cord (J:47292)
• lesions in the spinal cord are consistent with Wallerian degeneration (J:47292)
• however, no necrotic or apoptotic nuclei are detected in the central nervous system (J:47292)
• many profiles of degenerating myelin sheaths and axons are seen in the white matter of the spinal cord (J:47292)
• lesions in the spinal cord are consistent with Wallerian degeneration (J:47292)
• however, no necrotic or apoptotic nuclei are detected in the central nervous system (J:47292)
• many profiles of degenerating myelin sheaths and axons are seen in the white matter of the spinal cord (J:47292)
• lesions in the spinal cord are consistent with Wallerian degeneration (J:47292)
• many profiles of degenerating myelin sheaths and axons are seen in the white matter of the spinal cord (J:47292)
• lesions in the spinal cord are consistent with Wallerian degeneration (J:47292)
• at 11 days of age, accumulation of luxol fast blue staining material is seen in inclusions in neurons in all parts of the brain and spinal cord (J:47292)
• amount of inclusion material increases with age (J:47292)
• at 11 days of age, accumulation of luxol fast blue staining material is seen in inclusions in neurons in all parts of the brain and spinal cord (J:47292)
• amount of inclusion material increases with age (J:47292)

vision/eye
• begins around 4 months of age (J:47292)
• by 5 - 6 months of age, the outer nuclear layer is reduced to 5-6 cell layers compared to 11 in controls (J:47292)
• begins around 4 months of age (J:47292)
• by 5 - 6 months of age, the outer nuclear layer is reduced to 5-6 cell layers compared to 11 in controls (J:47292)

Mouse Models of Human Disease
OMIM ID Ref(s)
Ceroid Lipofuscinosis, Neuronal, 6; CLN6 601780 J:73923


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last database update
02/02/2016
MGI 6.02
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