Homozygous null mice are 10-15% larger and grow at a faster rate than wild-type controls from 4 weeks onward. The increased body weight results from an increase in the weight of most major organs, with the exception of testis. Mean alkaline phosphatase levels are 144% of wild-type levels.
|VEGA Gene Model||OTTMUSG00000005360 (Evidence)|
|Ensembl Gene Model||ENSMUSG00000020303 (Evidence)|
|Entrez Gene||20856 (Evidence)|
|DFCI||TC1677033, TC1584186, TC1605149|
|DoTS||DT.94135828, DT.55201408, DT.60104980|
|NIA Mouse Gene Index||U311211, U032623|
|Consensus CDS Project||CCDS24512.1|
|International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium Status||Stc2|
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