EDAR (ectodysplasin-A receptor)-associated death domain
Spontaneous mutations may lead to a kinked tail, reduced fertility, abnormal respiration and sparse hair. Chemically-induced mutants may show developmental defects in teeth, hair and ectoderm-derived glands, reduced viability and fertility, respiratory disorders, and lipid, myelin and brain defects.
|Ensembl Gene Model||ENSMUSG00000095105 (Evidence)|
|Entrez Gene||171211 (Evidence)|
|DFCI||TC1584609, TC1596786, TC1612115, TC1695873|
|DoTS||DT.101721996, DT.87033119, DT.97357259|
|NIA Mouse Gene Index||U034515, U324948|
|Consensus CDS Project||CCDS36593.1|
|International Mouse Knockout Project Status||Edaradd|
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