Mouse Genome Informatics
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    Crb1rd8/Crb1rd8
STOCK Crb1rd8/J
Key:
phenotype observed in females WTSI Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
phenotype observed in males EuPh Europhenome
N normal phenotype
       
vision/eye
• mice exhibit large, irregularly shaped spots concentrated in the inferior nasal quadrant of the fundus as early as week 3 that correspond to retinal folds and pseudorosettes
• retinal thinning in both the inner and outer segment is observed
• Muller cells exhibit increased electron density and cytoplasmic strands that are more easily traced through the plexiform layer than in wild-type mice
• the photoreceptor lamellae breaks down
• in the region of focal degeneration photoreceptors are lost
• the photoreceptor inner segments lose their orderly arrangement
• by 5 months the inner segment approaches the retinal pigment epithelium
• swelling occurs in portions of the inner segments
• at 4 weeks the photoreceptor inner segments are 25% shorter
• by week 10 the outer segment begins to fragment
• by 5 months only a few outer segment fragments remain
• the photoreceptor outer segments are shortened
• the external limiting membrane in the retina is fragmented and disorganized at 2 weeks and is more severe at 4 weeks
• in older mice, the retinal outer nuclear layer is reduced to a single row of nuclei

nervous system
• Muller cells exhibit increased electron density and cytoplasmic strands that are more easily traced through the plexiform layer than in wild-type mice
• the photoreceptor lamellae breaks down
• in the region of focal degeneration photoreceptors are lost
• the photoreceptor inner segments lose their orderly arrangement
• by 5 months the inner segment approaches the retinal pigment epithelium
• swelling occurs in portions of the inner segments
• at 4 weeks the photoreceptor inner segments are 25% shorter
• by week 10 the outer segment begins to fragment
• by 5 months only a few outer segment fragments remain
• the photoreceptor outer segments are shortened

Mouse Models of Human Disease
OMIM IDRef(s)
Leber Congenital Amaurosis 8; LCA8 613835 J:171736