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Caption Hrtm1Cct/Hrtm1Cct mice appear normal at birth and for about two weeks postnatally. Once the animals begin to shed, the hair is lost and does not grow back. They remain bald over time, the skin becomes thicker and progressively more wrinkled. The degree of wrinkling is variable but can be severe; frequently the skin protrudes over the eyes and off the sides of the mice.
Copyright Photo courtesy of Mouse Mutant Resource at The Jackson Laboratory. https://www.jax.org/research-and-faculty/tools/mouse-mutant-resource J:110244
Symbol Name
Hrtm1Cct hairless; targeted mutation 1, Catherine C Thompson
Allelic Composition Genetic Background
Hrtm1Cct/Hrtm1Cct B6.129S6-Hrtm1Cct/J

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