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See detailEMPReSS: standardized phenotype screens for functional annotation of the mouse genome.
Brown, S D; Chambon, P; De Angelis, M H et al

in Nature Genetics (2005), (37), 1155

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See detailSystematic approaches to mouse mutagenesis.
Brown, S. D.; Balling, Rudi UL

in Current Opinion in Genetics and Development (2001), 11(3), 268-73

A major challenge in post-genomics is the systematic determination of mammalian gene function. A variety of mouse mutagenesis technologies, both gene- and phenotype-driven, are being used to underpin ... [more ▼]

A major challenge in post-genomics is the systematic determination of mammalian gene function. A variety of mouse mutagenesis technologies, both gene- and phenotype-driven, are being used to underpin systematic and comprehensive approaches to mammalian gene function studies. Recently, a number of centres have completed large-scale ENU mutagenesis programmes that employ a phenotype-driven approach to the generation of mouse mutants. The use of ENU mutagenesis represents a powerful and efficient approach to mammalian gene-function studies, but many parallel developments are needed in downstream technologies to properly harness the new enlarged mouse-mutant resources that are being created. [less ▲]

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See detailSequence interpretation. Functional annotation of mouse genome sequences.
Nadeau, J. H.; Balling, Rudi UL; Barsh, G. et al

in Science (2001), 291(5507), 1251-5

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See detailAnalysis of the Pax-3 gene in the mouse mutant splotch.
Goulding, M.; Sterrer, S.; Fleming, J. et al

in Genomics (1993), 17(2), 355-63

In a linkage analysis of Pax-3 and splotch no recombinations were found in 117 backcross mice. Molecular analysis of Pax-3 in three alleles of splotch shows a number of significant alterations to the Pax ... [more ▼]

In a linkage analysis of Pax-3 and splotch no recombinations were found in 117 backcross mice. Molecular analysis of Pax-3 in three alleles of splotch shows a number of significant alterations to the Pax-3 gene. In Sp/Sp embryos, cDNA PCR analysis reveals a shortened transcript in which exon 4 of Pax-3 is deleted due to mutation of the splice acceptor site of intron 3. In the Sp4H allele, the Pax-3 gene is deleted and in Spd embryos, Pax-3 expression is significantly lower than that in normal littermate embryos. The linkage analysis, shortened Pax-3 transcript in Sp, and deletion of Pax-3 in Sp4H described here, together with the previous report of an intragenic deletion in Pax-3 in Sp2H mice and the deletion of Pax-3 in Spr mice, provide strong evidence for the allelic identity of Pax-3 and Sp. [less ▲]

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