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Phenotypes Associated with This Genotype
Genotype
MGI:3044685
Allelic
Composition
Amacrtm1Jkh/Amacrtm1Jkh
Genetic
Background
involves: 129S1/Sv * 129X1/SvJ
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phenotype observed in females
phenotype observed in males
N normal phenotype
mortality/aging
• 1 in 7 homozygous mice die after 9 days on a phytol supplemented diet (J:90370)
• 1 in 7 homozygous mice die after 9 days on a phytol supplemented diet (J:90370)

adipose tissue
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet the fatpads in homozygous mice are 62% smaller than in homozygous mice on a normal chow diet (J:90370)
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet the fatpads in homozygous mice are 62% smaller than in homozygous mice on a normal chow diet (J:90370)

growth/size/body
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet the fatpads in homozygous mice are 62% smaller than in homozygous mice on a normal chow diet (J:90370)
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet the fatpads in homozygous mice are 62% smaller than in homozygous mice on a normal chow diet (J:90370)
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet homozygous mice weigh 10% less than wild-type mice while no weight difference is detected on a normal chow diet (J:90370)
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet homozygous mice weigh 10% less than wild-type mice while no weight difference is detected on a normal chow diet (J:90370)

homeostasis/metabolism
• cholesterol concentrations are about 50% lower on either a normal chow diet or a phytol supplemented diet in homozygous mice compared to wild-type mice (J:90370)
• cholesterol concentrations are about 50% lower on either a normal chow diet or a phytol supplemented diet in homozygous mice compared to wild-type mice (J:90370)
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet serum alkaline phosphatase levels areincreased 175% in homozygous mice compared to wild-type mice (J:90370)
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet serum alkaline phosphatase levels areincreased 175% in homozygous mice compared to wild-type mice (J:90370)
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet homozygous mice had decreased palmitic, oleic, and stearic acid concentrations (J:90370)
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet homozygous mice had decreased palmitic, oleic, and stearic acid concentrations (J:90370)
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet homozygous mice had increased phytanic and pristanic acid concentrations (J:90370)
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet homozygous mice had increased phytanic and pristanic acid concentrations (J:90370)
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet triacylglycerols are reduced 52% in homozygous mice compared to wild-type mice (J:90370)
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet triacylglycerols are reduced 52% in homozygous mice compared to wild-type mice (J:90370)

liver/biliary system
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet liver size increases to a great extent in homozygous mice compared to wild-type mice (J:90370)
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet liver size increases to a great extent in homozygous mice compared to wild-type mice (J:90370)
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet livers of homozygous mice display accumulation of lymphocytes and Kupffer's cells, multivacuolar degeneration, and coagulation necrosis (J:90370)
• proliferation of enlarged and unevenly shaped smooth endoplasmic reticulum and peroxisomes is also seen (J:90370)
• after 6 weeks on a phytol supplemented diet livers of homozygous mice display accumulation of lymphocytes and Kupffer's cells, multivacuolar degeneration, and coagulation necrosis (J:90370)
• proliferation of enlarged and unevenly shaped smooth endoplasmic reticulum and peroxisomes is also seen (J:90370)
• the concentration of C24 bile acid species is reduced and the concentration of C27 bile acid precursors is increased 100 - 200 times (J:90370)
• the concentration of C24 bile acid species is reduced and the concentration of C27 bile acid precursors is increased 100 - 200 times (J:90370)

Mouse Models of Human Disease
OMIM ID Ref(s)
Alpha-Methylacyl-Coa Racemase Deficiency; AMACRD 614307 J:90370


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last database update
02/02/2016
MGI 6.02
The Jackson Laboratory