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Caption The dominant mutation of Rpl31Dts/Dts+ mice (upper left) have kinked, shortened tails that range from one quarter to three quarters the length of a normal tail. The number of kinks varies and the average is slightly over 3. This mutant is also prone to hydrocephalus and aberrant cells have been found in the testis.
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
Rpl31Dts ribosomal protein L31; dominant tail short
Allelic Composition Genetic Background
Rpl31Dts/Rpl31+ CBA/J-Rpl31Dts/GrsrJ

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