Mutant hemizygous males and homozygous females have defects in ectodermal derivatives with absence of guard hairs, zigzags and tail hair, reduced eyelid opening, fewer vibrissae and defects of teeth and exocrine glands. Homozygous females are often sterile.
|VEGA Gene Model||OTTMUSG00000018058 (Evidence)|
|Ensembl Gene Model||ENSMUSG00000059327 (Evidence)|
|Entrez Gene||13607 (Evidence)|
|DFCI||TC1597485, TC1596605, TC1587613, TC1653046, TC1599213|
|DoTS||DT.111023308, DT.101713740, DT.111023327, DT.111023309, DT.94242835, DT.94242826, DT.91323351, DT.55281652|
|NIA Mouse Gene Index||U020049|
|Consensus CDS Project||CCDS30299.1, CCDS53141.1, CCDS53142.1, CCDS53143.1, CCDS53144.1, CCDS53145.1|
|International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium Status||Eda|
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