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Phenotypes Associated with This Genotype
Genotype
MGI:3839661
Allelic
Composition
Iduatm1Clk/Iduatm1Clk
Genetic
Background
B6.129-Iduatm1Clk/J
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Mouse lines carrying:
Iduatm1Clk mutation (2 available); any Idua mutation (3 available)
phenotype observed in females
phenotype observed in males
N normal phenotype
mortality/aging
• only 21% of males and 40% of females live past 12 months of age (J:130215)
• the median survival age for males is 32 weeks and for females 48 weeks (J:130215)
• the rapid loss of male mice starts around 7 months of age and for females at 9 months of age (J:130215)
• only 21% of males and 40% of females live past 12 months of age (J:130215)
• the median survival age for males is 32 weeks and for females 48 weeks (J:130215)
• the rapid loss of male mice starts around 7 months of age and for females at 9 months of age (J:130215)

growth/size/body
• body weight of mice becomes significantly greater than controls at 11 weeks of age for females and 14 weeks of age for males (J:130215)
• mice remain heavier for at 34 weeks of age (J:130215)
• body weight of mice becomes significantly greater than controls at 11 weeks of age for females and 14 weeks of age for males (J:130215)
• mice remain heavier for at 34 weeks of age (J:130215)

behavior/neurological
• 8 month old males bury fewer marblesthan controls, which is suggestive of increased anxiety (J:130215)
• 8 month old males bury fewer marblesthan controls, which is suggestive of increased anxiety (J:130215)
• control mice 8 months of age spent 66% of the time exploring a novel object whereas the mutant mice only spent 54% of the time exploring the novel object (J:130215)
• control mice 8 months of age spent 66% of the time exploring a novel object whereas the mutant mice only spent 54% of the time exploring the novel object (J:130215)
• mice have less habituation to an open field as determined by less decrease in locomotor activity on the third exposure compared to the first (J:130215)
• mice have less habituation to an open field as determined by less decrease in locomotor activity on the third exposure compared to the first (J:130215)
• 4-month old mice take longer than controls to reach a hidden platform in a morris water maze (J:130215)
• differences were not observed at 2, 6, and 8 months of age (J:130215)
• 4-month old mice take longer than controls to reach a hidden platform in a morris water maze (J:130215)
• differences were not observed at 2, 6, and 8 months of age (J:130215)
• mice at 4 or 8 months of age swim further away from target than controls both 1 day and 7 days after last learning session in a morris water maze (J:130215)
• mice at 4 or 8 months of age swim further away from target than controls both 1 day and 7 days after last learning session in a morris water maze (J:130215)
• 61.0% of mutant mice do no react to an acoustic startle compared to 9.7% of control mice that do not react (J:130215)
• 61.0% of mutant mice do no react to an acoustic startle compared to 9.7% of control mice that do not react (J:130215)
• mice have decreased horizontal activity when placed into a new environment (J:130215)
• mice have decreased horizontal activity when placed into a new environment (J:130215)

homeostasis/metabolism
• urinary secretion of glycosaminoglycans is 4- to 20-fold higher than controls regardless of age (J:130215)
• urinary secretion of glycosaminoglycans is 4- to 20-fold higher than controls regardless of age (J:130215)

renal/urinary system
• urinary secretion of glycosaminoglycans is 4- to 20-fold higher than controls regardless of age (J:130215)
• urinary secretion of glycosaminoglycans is 4- to 20-fold higher than controls regardless of age (J:130215)

Mouse Models of Human Disease
OMIM ID Ref(s)
Hurler Syndrome 607014 J:130215


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