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Phenotypes Associated with This Genotype
Genotype
MGI:3697817
Allelic
Composition
Apba2tm1Tsuz/Apba2tm1Tsuz
Genetic
Background
C57BL/6-Apba2tm1Tsuz
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Mouse lines carrying:
Apba2tm1Tsuz mutation (0 available); any Apba2 mutation (1 available)
phenotype observed in females
phenotype observed in males
N normal phenotype
behavior/neurological
N
• despite increased amyloid protein levels, learning and memory behaviors are normal (J:148481)
• no changes in anxiety related behaviors or general locomotive activity are detected (J:148481)
• despite increased amyloid protein levels, learning and memory behaviors are normal (J:148481)
• no changes in anxiety related behaviors or general locomotive activity are detected (J:148481)
• mice lose significantly more weight than cohoused wild-type mice under competitive feeding regimen (J:148481)
• however, under noncompetitive conditions no differences in food consumption or body weight are detected (J:148481)
• mice lose significantly more weight than cohoused wild-type mice under competitive feeding regimen (J:148481)
• however, under noncompetitive conditions no differences in food consumption or body weight are detected (J:148481)
• mice are subordinated under competitive feeding conditions (J:148481)
• mice are subordinated under competitive feeding conditions (J:148481)
• mice bury significantly fewer marbles than wild-type mice in the marble burying test (J:148481)
• mice bury significantly fewer marbles than wild-type mice in the marble burying test (J:148481)
• mice exhibit significantly reduced digging behavior with the introduction of thick bedding materials (J:148481)
• mice exhibit significantly reduced digging behavior with the introduction of thick bedding materials (J:148481)
• mice displace significantly fewer food pellets from a tube in a burrowing test (J:148481)
• mice displace significantly fewer food pellets from a tube in a burrowing test (J:148481)
• total number of resident social interactions with intruder mice are significantly decreased in a resident-intruder test (J:148481)
• total number of resident social interactions with intruder mice are significantly decreased in a resident-intruder test (J:148481)

nervous system
N
• no defects in basal synaptic transmission, paired pulse facilitation or long-term potentiation are detected in contrast to expectations from known interactions of the protein with synaptic machinery involved in regulating neurotransmitter release (J:148481)
• no defects in basal synaptic transmission, paired pulse facilitation or long-term potentiation are detected in contrast to expectations from known interactions of the protein with synaptic machinery involved in regulating neurotransmitter release (J:148481)

growth/size/body
• mice lose significantly more weight than cohoused wild-type mice under competitive feeding regimen (J:148481)
• however, under noncompetitive conditions no differences in food consumption or body weight are detected (J:148481)
• mice lose significantly more weight than cohoused wild-type mice under competitive feeding regimen (J:148481)
• however, under noncompetitive conditions no differences in food consumption or body weight are detected (J:148481)

homeostasis/metabolism
• significant attenuation of the hypothermal response induced by a selective 5-HT1A receptor agonist, 8-OH-DPAT (J:148481)
• significant attenuation of the hypothermal response induced by a selective 5-HT1A receptor agonist, 8-OH-DPAT (J:148481)
• significantly higher in the hypothalamus and somatosensory cortex (J:148481)
• significantly higher in the hypothalamus and somatosensory cortex (J:148481)

Mouse Models of Human Disease
OMIM ID Ref(s)
NOT Alzheimer Disease; AD 104300 J:148481


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