The Effective Phenotype Query below displays how the text you enter in the Search by disease or phenotype terms box will be interpreted for the search. This display is on by default but may be turned off by removing the check from the box.
For example if you want to find Autism models that have abnormalities in social behavior you would have typed:
The Effective Phenotype Query display for this would be:
Note, the commas that were inserted to facilitate the function of the auto-complete tool are removed prior to running your search.
The Effective Phenotype Query shows only what you type in the Search by disease or phenotype terms. Entries in the Search by genes and Search by genome locations boxes are not displayed in this area but will be Boolean ANDed to your criteria entered in the Search by disease or phenotype terms box.
The file upload functionality will be expanded in coming releases. For now, the following restrictions are in place:
The defaults filters remove known SNPs and low quality reads (final 2 bullet points above). If you do not want to use these filters, uncheck the "Apply Filters" box. Your file will then be reprocessed.
If your file is larger than 25MB or has more than 100,000 lines, please edit the file to break it into smaller files. Save as a tab-delimited file in a format other than Unicode.
Humans and mice heterozygous for missense mutations in the COL4A1 (collagen, type IV, alpha 1 chain) gene display common phenotypes with variable penetrance, depending on the specific mutation observed:
Mouse Genome Database (MGD), Gene Expression Database (GXD), Mouse Tumor Biology (MTB), Gene Ontology (GO), MouseCyc
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