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Phenotypes Associated with This Genotype
Genotype
MGI:5428426
Allelic
Composition
Gtf2ird1tm1Hrd/Gtf2ird1tm1Hrd
Genetic
Background
involves: 129S1/Sv * 129X1/SvJ * C57BL/6J
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Mouse lines carrying:
Gtf2ird1tm1Hrd mutation (0 available); any Gtf2ird1 mutation (303 available)
phenotype observed in females
phenotype observed in males
N normal phenotype
behavior/neurological
• impaired grasping of an inverted cage lid (J:182346)
• impaired performance on an accelerating rotarod (J:182346)
• impaired grasping of an inverted cage lid (J:182346)
• impaired performance on an accelerating rotarod (J:182346)
• in male mice (J:182346)
• in male mice (J:182346)
• in female mice (J:182346)
• in female mice (J:182346)

integument
• extensive hyperplastic thickening of the epidermal layer in the facial region restricted to the lip and nose region (J:182346)
• extensive hyperplastic thickening of the epidermal layer in the facial region restricted to the lip and nose region (J:182346)
• extensive hyperplastic thickening of the epidermal layer in the facial region restricted to the lip and nose region (J:182346)
• extensive hyperplastic thickening of the epidermal layer in the facial region restricted to the lip and nose region (J:182346)

homeostasis/metabolism
• during swim stress in female mice (J:182346)
• during swim stress in female mice (J:182346)

craniofacial
• mice exhibit excess tissue in the nose and lip region due to extensive hyperplastic thickening of the epidermal layer compared with wild-type mice (J:182346)
• mice exhibit excess tissue in the nose and lip region due to extensive hyperplastic thickening of the epidermal layer compared with wild-type mice (J:182346)

growth/size/body
• in female mice (J:182346)
• in female mice (J:182346)
• mice exhibit excess tissue in the nose and lip region due to extensive hyperplastic thickening of the epidermal layer compared with wild-type mice (J:182346)
• mice exhibit excess tissue in the nose and lip region due to extensive hyperplastic thickening of the epidermal layer compared with wild-type mice (J:182346)

adipose tissue
• in female mice (J:182346)
• in female mice (J:182346)

muscle
• laryngeal vocalis muscles exhibit increased number of fibers expressing extraocular myosin unlike in wild-type mice (J:182346)
• laryngeal vocalis muscles exhibit increased number of fibers expressing extraocular myosin unlike in wild-type mice (J:182346)

nervous system
• during swim stress, neuron activity in the ventral region of the lateral septum and cingulate cortex is increased in female mice, but not male mice, compared with wild-type mice (J:182346)
• during swim stress, neuron activity in the ventral region of the lateral septum and cingulate cortex is increased in female mice, but not male mice, compared with wild-type mice (J:182346)

respiratory system
• laryngeal vocalis muscles exhibit increased number of fibers expressing extraocular myosin unlike in wild-type mice (J:182346)
• laryngeal vocalis muscles exhibit increased number of fibers expressing extraocular myosin unlike in wild-type mice (J:182346)

Mouse Models of Human Disease
OMIM ID Ref(s)
Williams-Beuren Syndrome; WBS 194050 J:182346


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