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Phenotypes Associated with This Genotype
Genotype
MGI:5766495
Allelic
Composition
Snap25tm1.1Bark/Snap25tm1.1Bark
Genetic
Background
Not Specified
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Mouse lines carrying:
Snap25tm1.1Bark mutation (0 available); any Snap25 mutation (15 available)
phenotype observed in females
phenotype observed in males
N normal phenotype
adipose tissue
• increase in amounts of mesenteric adipose tissue, peri-gonadal adipose tissue, retroperitoneal adipose tissue, and subcutaneous adipose tissue in mice fed the standard diet with a further increase on the Western diet, indicating central/abdominal obesity
• mice on the standard diet exhibit enlarged adipose cell size in the subcutaneous and peri-gonadal adipose tissue
• a further increase in adipocyte cell size is seen on the Western diet

behavior/neurological
• average food and calorie intake of standard-diet fed males is lower than in wild-type mice
• average food and calorie intake of standard diet-fed females is increased compared to wild-type females
• average food and calorie intake of Western diet-fed males and females is increased compared to Western diet-fed wild-type mice

endocrine/exocrine glands
• increase in pancreas insulin content in mice on a standard diet

growth/size/body
• standard diet and Western diet-fed mice show increased body mass index
• standard diet-fed females show increased body weight around week 4 of the diet while males do at week 5 of the diet
• high-fat/high-sucrose (Western) diet-fed mice show a dramatic increase in body weight, with significant increases in females after only 1 week and in males after 3 weeks of the diet

homeostasis/metabolism
• increase in pancreas insulin content in mice on a standard diet
• high-fat/high-sucrose (Western) diet-fed mice show a dramatic increase in body weight, with significant increases in females after only 1 week and in males after 3 weeks of the diet
• females exhibit an increase in basal blood glucose levels
• both primary (genetic) and secondary (dietary) preprandial hyperglycemia becomes significant after 3 weeks of diet intervention in males and at 6 weeks in females
• standard diet-fed mice exhibit a decrease in basal serum ghrelin levels
• males on a Western diet show an increase in basal serum insulin levels
• female, but not male, standard diet-fed mice show increased leptin levels
• Western diet-fed males and females show an 8-fold increase in basal leptin levels
• males fed the standard diet for 7 weeks exhibit higher blood cholesterol levels in week 3 of the diet while females do at week 4
• mice fed the Western diet exhibit severe increases in blood cholesterol levels
• preprandial blood cholesterol levels are increased
• males fed the standard diet for 7 weeks exhibit hypertriglyceridemia in week 5 of the diet while females do at week 3
• mice fed the Western diet exhibit severe hypertriglyceridemia
• preprandial blood triglyceride levels are increased
• mice fed a standard diet show lower blood glucose levels 15 min after glucose challenge
• males on the Western diet exhibit a severe inability to maintain normal blood glucose levels despite a 16-fold increase in insulin secretion during glucose tolerance testing, indicating insulin resistance

liver/biliary system
• mice develop hepatic steatosis which progresses to severe fatty liver disease when mice are fed a Western diet


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last database update
10/08/2019
MGI 6.14
The Jackson Laboratory