Transgene
Tg(SOD1*G37R)106Dpr
Alias:
SOD1G37R
Tg(SOD1-G37R)106Dpr
Tg(SOD1-G37R)106Pcw
Tg(SOD1G37R)106Pcw
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Basic Information
A 12 kb genomic DNA fragment containing a mutated form of human SOD1 with a glycine to arginine substitution at amino acid 37 (G37R) was used for the transgene. The G37R mutation is found in some cases of familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (FALS). (J:69178)
Basic Information
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Strain of Origin
Allele Type
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Related Disease
Reference
(C57BL/6J x C3H/HeJ)F2
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9
Phenotypes
Because of their genetic and physiological similarities with humans, mouse models are essential for understanding human illnesses. Advances in molecular biology and gene editing improve disease replication in mice, allowing researchers to get a better understanding of disease causes, identify biomarkers, and create treatments.
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hm: homozygous
ht: heterozygous
cn: conditional genotype
cx: complex: > 1 genome feature
tg: involves transgenes
ot: other: hemizygous, indeterminate,...
(F): Female
(M): Male
phenotype observed
N: normal phenotype
(#) :related diseases count
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References
Disease models are key instruments in biomedical research, and their literature reports are critical to the advancement of research. These publications provide researchers with a comprehensive theoretical foundation by detailing the design procedures, application regions, and outcomes analysis of disease models.
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