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Phenotypes Associated with This Genotype
Genotype
MGI:4457194
Allelic
Composition
Slc12a1urehr3/Slc12a1urehr3
Genetic
Background
involves: C3HeB/FeJ
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Mouse lines carrying:
Slc12a1urehr3 mutation (0 available); any Slc12a1 mutation (3 available)
phenotype observed in females
phenotype observed in males
N normal phenotype
reproductive system
N
• mice exhibit normal fertility (J:159994)
• mice exhibit normal fertility (J:159994)

renal/urinary system
• uromodulin excretion is reduced compared to in wild-type mice (J:159994)
• mice exhibit a decrease in urine to plasma ratios of urea and uric acid compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• uromodulin excretion is reduced compared to in wild-type mice (J:159994)
• mice exhibit a decrease in urine to plasma ratios of urea and uric acid compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• 4-fold increase in calcium excretion (J:159994)
• 4-fold increase in calcium excretion (J:159994)
• 4-fold increase in magnesium excretion (J:159994)
• 4-fold increase in magnesium excretion (J:159994)
• following water deprivation (J:159994)
• following water deprivation (J:159994)
• prostaglandin excretion is doubled in males and increased in females compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• prostaglandin excretion is doubled in males and increased in females compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• daily urinary excretion of urea is significantly increased in both genders (J:159994)
• fractional excretion of urea is strongly decreased indicating a urea-selective handling defect (J:159994)
• daily urinary excretion of urea is significantly increased in both genders (J:159994)
• fractional excretion of urea is strongly decreased indicating a urea-selective handling defect (J:159994)
• mice exhibit a 2-fold decline in uric acid excretion compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• mice exhibit a 2-fold decline in uric acid excretion compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• mice often exhibit variable degrees of chronic purulent pyelitis with purulent exudate and bacteria in the renal pelvis unlike wild-type mice (J:159994)
• mice often exhibit variable degrees of chronic purulent pyelitis with purulent exudate and bacteria in the renal pelvis unlike wild-type mice (J:159994)
• a few male mice exhibit purulent pyelonephritis progressing to end-stage kidneys (J:159994)
• a few male mice exhibit purulent pyelonephritis progressing to end-stage kidneys (J:159994)
• mice exhibit atrophy of renal papilla unlike in wild-type mice (J:159994)
• mice exhibit atrophy of renal papilla unlike in wild-type mice (J:159994)
• mice exhibit unilateral or bilateral dilation of the renal pelvis with atrophy of renal papilla unlike in wild-type mice (J:159994)
• male mice exhibit a more severe phenotype than female mice and worsens with age (J:159994)
• mice exhibit unilateral or bilateral dilation of the renal pelvis with atrophy of renal papilla unlike in wild-type mice (J:159994)
• male mice exhibit a more severe phenotype than female mice and worsens with age (J:159994)
• occasionally mice exhibit focal calcification of interstititum and tubular epithelial cells unlike wild-type mice (J:159994)
• occasionally mice exhibit focal calcification of interstititum and tubular epithelial cells unlike wild-type mice (J:159994)
• in male mice (J:159994)
• in male mice (J:159994)
• daily urine volume is 3- to 4-fold higher than in heterozygous mice (J:159994)
• however, osmotic diuresis is not observed (J:159994)
• daily urine volume is 3- to 4-fold higher than in heterozygous mice (J:159994)
• however, osmotic diuresis is not observed (J:159994)

homeostasis/metabolism
• mice exhibit a decrease in urine to plasma ratios of urea and uric acid compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• mice exhibit a decrease in urine to plasma ratios of urea and uric acid compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• 2-fold higher plasma urea levels (J:159994)
• 2-fold higher plasma urea levels (J:159994)
• in female mice (J:159994)
• in female mice (J:159994)
• female mice show elevated alkaline phosphatase activity in plasma (J:159994)
• female mice show elevated alkaline phosphatase activity in plasma (J:159994)
• whether anesthetized or not (J:159994)
• whether anesthetized or not (J:159994)
• mice exhibit hypochloremic metabolic alkalosis compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• mice exhibit hypochloremic metabolic alkalosis compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• mice exhibit hypochloremic metabolic alkalosis compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• mice exhibit hypochloremic metabolic alkalosis compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• uromodulin excretion is reduced compared to in wild-type mice (J:159994)
• mice exhibit a decrease in urine to plasma ratios of urea and uric acid compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• uromodulin excretion is reduced compared to in wild-type mice (J:159994)
• mice exhibit a decrease in urine to plasma ratios of urea and uric acid compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• 4-fold increase in calcium excretion (J:159994)
• 4-fold increase in calcium excretion (J:159994)
• 4-fold increase in magnesium excretion (J:159994)
• 4-fold increase in magnesium excretion (J:159994)
• following water deprivation (J:159994)
• following water deprivation (J:159994)
• prostaglandin excretion is doubled in males and increased in females compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• prostaglandin excretion is doubled in males and increased in females compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• daily urinary excretion of urea is significantly increased in both genders (J:159994)
• fractional excretion of urea is strongly decreased indicating a urea-selective handling defect (J:159994)
• daily urinary excretion of urea is significantly increased in both genders (J:159994)
• fractional excretion of urea is strongly decreased indicating a urea-selective handling defect (J:159994)
• mice exhibit a 2-fold decline in uric acid excretion compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• mice exhibit a 2-fold decline in uric acid excretion compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)

cardiovascular system

skeleton
• male mice exhibit a decrease in total bone content and total bone area compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• male mice exhibit a decrease in total bone content and total bone area compared with wild-type mice (J:159994)
• at 9 months (J:159994)
• at 9 months (J:159994)

growth/size/body
• following water deprivation (J:159994)
• following water deprivation (J:159994)

behavior/neurological
N
• mice exhibit normal behavior (J:159994)
• mice exhibit normal behavior (J:159994)

immune system
• mice often exhibit variable degrees of chronic purulent pyelitis with purulent exudate and bacteria in the renal pelvis unlike wild-type mice (J:159994)
• mice often exhibit variable degrees of chronic purulent pyelitis with purulent exudate and bacteria in the renal pelvis unlike wild-type mice (J:159994)
• a few male mice exhibit purulent pyelonephritis progressing to end-stage kidneys (J:159994)
• a few male mice exhibit purulent pyelonephritis progressing to end-stage kidneys (J:159994)

Mouse Models of Human Disease
OMIM ID Ref(s)
Bartter Syndrome, Antenatal, Type 1 601678 J:159994


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last database update
02/02/2016
MGI 6.02
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