Mouse Genome Informatics
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    Rs1tmgc1/Rs1tmgc1
involves: C3H/Rl * C57BL/6
Key:
phenotype observed in females WTSI Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
phenotype observed in males EuPh Europhenome
N normal phenotype
       
vision/eye
• microflecks and streaks seen in all males and about 61% of females (J:99982)
• possibly due to the undulating pattern of the outer nuclear layer and the presence of rosettes (J:99982)
• small patchy areas of RPE depigmentation and clumping (J:81149)
• layer split in some regions (J:99982)
• clusters of photoreceptor nuclei migrate into inner and sometimes outer segments of the photoreceptor by 10 weeks of age (J:99982)
• more prevalent at 18 months (J:99982)
• sometimes disrupted by cell bodies of inner and outer nuclear layers (J:99982)
• expanded into inner nuclear layer by 18 months of age (J:99982)
• considerably shortened by 18 months of age (J:99982)
• sometimes disrupted by presence of photoreceptor nuclei (J:99982)
• occasionally also affected by presence of photoreceptor nuclei (J:99982)
• disrupted lamination of the retina (J:99982)
(J:81149)
• reduced amplitude of a and b waves on electroretinograms, particularly at higher flash intensities (J:99982)

nervous system
• sometimes disrupted by presence of photoreceptor nuclei (J:99982)
• occasionally also affected by presence of photoreceptor nuclei (J:99982)

pigmentation
• small patchy areas of RPE depigmentation and clumping (J:81149)

Mouse Models of Human Disease
OMIM IDRef(s)
Retinoschisis 1, X-Linked, Juvenile; RS1 312700 J:99982