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Phenotypes Associated with This Genotype
Genotype
MGI:5427868
Allelic
Composition
Cdc42tm1Brak/Cdc42tm1Brak
Tg(Vil-cre)997Gum/0
Genetic
Background
involves: C57BL/6J * SJL
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Mouse lines carrying:
Cdc42tm1Brak mutation (0 available); any Cdc42 mutation (37 available)
Tg(Vil-cre)997Gum mutation (2 available)
phenotype observed in females
phenotype observed in males
N normal phenotype
mortality/aging
• approximately 10% of mutants die at 6 months of age, with an average body weight of about 1/3 that of controls (J:184563)
• approximately 10% of mutants die at 6 months of age, with an average body weight of about 1/3 that of controls (J:184563)

growth/size/body
• mutants appear smaller in size starting at P9 (J:184563)
• mutants appear smaller in size starting at P9 (J:184563)
• mutants become severely growth-retarded after weaning, with weight plateauing around 3 months of age (J:184563)
• mutants become severely growth-retarded after weaning, with weight plateauing around 3 months of age (J:184563)

digestive/alimentary system
• at 3 months of age, mutants exhibit anal swelling, however no intestinal bleeding is seen (J:184563)
• at 3 months of age, mutants exhibit anal swelling, however no intestinal bleeding is seen (J:184563)
• at E16.5, intervillus epithelial cells display abnormalities in cytoplasmic division and nuclear organization (J:184563)
• postnatally, villus epithelial cells show an accumulation of vacuoles in their cytoplasm, which persists throughout adulthood with increased severity (J:184563)
• fetal and adult intestines show disruptions of basolateral plasma membrane in villus epithelia with frequent inclusions of lectin Dolichos biflorus agglutinin to the basolaterally located inter- or intracellular regions (J:184563)
• at E16.5, intervillus epithelial cells display abnormalities in cytoplasmic division and nuclear organization (J:184563)
• postnatally, villus epithelial cells show an accumulation of vacuoles in their cytoplasm, which persists throughout adulthood with increased severity (J:184563)
• fetal and adult intestines show disruptions of basolateral plasma membrane in villus epithelia with frequent inclusions of lectin Dolichos biflorus agglutinin to the basolaterally located inter- or intracellular regions (J:184563)
• intestinal crypts contain increased numbers of enteroendocrine cells (J:184563)
• intestinal crypts contain increased numbers of enteroendocrine cells (J:184563)
• mutants exhibit formation of large intracellular vacuolar structures containing microvilli (microvillus inclusion bodies) in epithelial enterocytes as early as P7 (J:184563)
• inclusion bodies become enlarged with age (J:184563)
• mutants exhibit formation of large intracellular vacuolar structures containing microvilli (microvillus inclusion bodies) in epithelial enterocytes as early as P7 (J:184563)
• inclusion bodies become enlarged with age (J:184563)
• progenitor cells in intestinal crypts are intermingled and become indistinguishable from transit amplifying cells (J:184563)
• marker analysis indicates decreased stem and Paneth cell populations in crypts (J:184563)
• progenitor cells in intestinal crypts are intermingled and become indistinguishable from transit amplifying cells (J:184563)
• marker analysis indicates decreased stem and Paneth cell populations in crypts (J:184563)
• complete absence of typical Paneth cell granules in 99% of intestinal crypts at 1 month of age and marker analysis indicates decreased Paneth cell population in crypts (J:184563)
• complete absence of typical Paneth cell granules in 99% of intestinal crypts at 1 month of age and marker analysis indicates decreased Paneth cell population in crypts (J:184563)
• intestinal crypts contain increased numbers of goblet cells (J:184563)
• intestinal crypts contain increased numbers of goblet cells (J:184563)
• soft stools are frequently detected at 3 months of age (J:184563)
• soft stools are frequently detected at 3 months of age (J:184563)
• intestines show reduced nutrient uptake (of glucose, carnosine and proline), with almost no absorption of proline (J:184563)
• intestines show reduced nutrient uptake (of glucose, carnosine and proline), with almost no absorption of proline (J:184563)
• increase in number of cells undergoing mitosis in intestinal crypts (J:184563)
• increase in number of cells undergoing mitosis in intestinal crypts (J:184563)
• increase in apoptotic cell number in intestinal crypts (J:184563)
• increase in apoptotic cell number in intestinal crypts (J:184563)
• increase in intestinal tissue weight per surface area, indicating tissue edema (J:184563)
• increase in intestinal tissue weight per surface area, indicating tissue edema (J:184563)

endocrine/exocrine glands
• progenitor cells in intestinal crypts are intermingled and become indistinguishable from transit amplifying cells (J:184563)
• marker analysis indicates decreased stem and Paneth cell populations in crypts (J:184563)
• progenitor cells in intestinal crypts are intermingled and become indistinguishable from transit amplifying cells (J:184563)
• marker analysis indicates decreased stem and Paneth cell populations in crypts (J:184563)
• complete absence of typical Paneth cell granules in 99% of intestinal crypts at 1 month of age and marker analysis indicates decreased Paneth cell population in crypts (J:184563)
• complete absence of typical Paneth cell granules in 99% of intestinal crypts at 1 month of age and marker analysis indicates decreased Paneth cell population in crypts (J:184563)

cellular
• increase in apoptotic cell number in intestinal crypts (J:184563)
• increase in apoptotic cell number in intestinal crypts (J:184563)

homeostasis/metabolism
• increase in intestinal tissue weight per surface area, indicating tissue edema (J:184563)
• increase in intestinal tissue weight per surface area, indicating tissue edema (J:184563)

Mouse Models of Human Disease
OMIM ID Ref(s)
Diarrhea 2, with Microvillus Atrophy; DIAR2 251850 J:184563


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