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by Dickinson, Mary E and Flenniken, Ann M and Ji, Xiao and Teboul, Lydia and Wong, Michael D and White, Jacqueline K and Meehan, Terrence F and Weninger, Wolfgang J and Westerberg, Henrik and Adissu, Hibret and Baker, Candice N and Bower, Lynette and Brown, James M and Brianna Caddle, L and Chiani, Francesco and Clary, Dave and Cleak, James and Daly, Mark J and Denegre, James M and Doe, Brendan and Dolan, Mary E and Edie, Sarah M and Fuchs, Helmut and Gailus-Durner, Valerie and Galli, Antonella and Gambadoro, Alessia and Gallegos, Juan and Guo, Shiying and Horner, Neil R and Hsu, Chih-wei and Johnson, Sara J and Kalaga, Sowmya and Keith, Lance C and Lanoue, Louise and Lawson, Thomas N and Lek, Monkol and Mark, Manuel and Marschall, Susan and Mason, Jeremy and McElwee, Melissa L and Newbigging, Susan and Nutter, Lauryl M.J and Peterson, Kevin A and Ramirez-Solis, Ramiro and Rowland, Douglas J and Ryder, Edward and Samocha, Kaitlin E and Seavitt, John R and Selloum, Mohammed and Szoke-Kovacs, Zsombor and Tamura, Masaru and Trainor, Amanda G and Tudose, Ilinca and Wakana, Shigeharu and Warren, Jonathan and Wendling, Olivia and West, David B and Wong, Leeyean and Yoshiki, Atsushi and MacArthur, Daniel G and Tocchini-Valentini, Glauco P and Gao, Xiang and Flicek, Paul and Bradley, Allan and Skarnes, William C and Justice, Monica J and Parkinson, Helen E and Moore, Mark and Wells, Sara and Braun, Robert E and Svenson, Karen L and Hrabe de Angelis, Martin and Herault, Yann and Mohun, Tim and Mallon, Ann-Marie and Mark Henkelman, R and Brown, Steve D.M and Adams, David J and Kent Lloyd, K.C and McKerlie, Colin and Beaudet, Arthur L and Bucan, Maja and Murray, Stephen A and McKay, Matthew and Urban, Barbara and Lund, Caroline and Froeter, Erin and LaCasse, Taylor and Mehalow, Adrienne and Gordon, Emily and Donahue, Leah Rae and Taft, Robert and Kutney, Peter and Dion, Stephanie and Goodwin, Leslie and Kales, Susan and Urban, Rachel and Palmer, Kristina and Pertuy, Fabien and Bitz, Deborah and ... and Int Mouse Phenotyping Consortium and The International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 09/2016, Volume 537, Issue 7621, pp. 508 - 514
Approximately one-third of all mammalian genes are essential for life. Phenotypes resulting from knockouts of these genes in mice have provided tremendous... 
MICRO-CT | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | DISEASE | GENOME-WIDE | MAMMALIAN GENE-FUNCTION | SCREENS | GLYCOGENIN-1 DEFICIENCY | IDENTIFICATION | EXPRESSION | MOUSE EMBRYO | RESOURCE | Genetic research | Phenotype | Research | High-throughput screening (Biochemical assaying) | Methods | Genotype & phenotype | Disease | Developmental biology | Genes | Genomes | Mutation | Embryos | knockout | embryonic lethal | mouse | KOMP | IMPC | EUCOMM
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Human Molecular Genetics, ISSN 0964-6906, 09/2003, Volume 12, Issue 17, pp. 2179 - 2189
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by Dickinson, Mary E and Flenniken, Ann M and Ji, Xiao and Teboul, Lydia and Wong, Michael D and White, Jacqueline K and Meehan, Terrence F and Weninger, Wolfgang J and Westerberg, Henrik and Adissu, Hibret and Baker, Candice N and Bower, Lynette and Brown, James M and Caddle, L Brianna and Chiani, Francesco and Clary, Dave and Cleak, James and Daly, Mark J and Denegre, James M and Doe, Brendan and Dolan, Mary E and Edie Helmut Fuchs, Sarah M and Gailus-Durner, Valerie and Galli, Antonella and Gambadoro, Alessia and Gallegos, Juan and Guo, Shiying and Horner, Neil R and Hsu, Chih-Wei and Johnson, Sara J and Kalaga, Sowmya and Keith, Lance C and Lanoue, Louise and Lawson, Thomas N and Lek, Monkol and Mark, Manuel and Marschall, Susan and Mason, Jeremy and McElwee, Melissa L and Nutter, Susan Newbigging Lauryl M J and Peterson, Kevin A and Ramirez-Solis, Ramiro and Rowland, Douglas J and Ryder, Edward and Samocha, Kaitlin E and Seavitt, John R and Selloum, Mohammed and Szoke-Kovacs, Zsombor and Tamura, Masaru and Trainor, Amanda G and Tudose, Ilinca and Wakana, Shigeharu and Warren, Jonathan and Wendling, Olivia and West, David B and Wong, Leeyean and Yoshiki, Atsushi and Wurst, Wolfgang and MacArthur, Daniel G and Tocchini-Valentini, Glauco P and Gao, Xiang and Flicek, Paul and Bradley, Allan and Skarnes, William C and Justice, Monica J and Parkinson, Helen E and Moore, Mark and Wells, Sara and Braun, Robert E and Svenson, Karen L and de Angelis, Martin Hrabe and Herault, Yann and Mohun, Tim and Mallon, Ann-Marie and Henkelman, R Mark and Brown, Steve D M and Adams, David J and Lloyd, K C Kent and McKerlie, Colin and Beaudet, Arthur L and Murray, Maja Bućan Stephen A and International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 11/2017, Volume 551, Issue 7680, pp. 398 - 398
This corrects the article DOI: 10.1038/nature19356. 
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by Dickinson, Mary E and Flenniken, Ann M and Ji, Xiao and Teboul, Lydia and Wong, Michael D and White, Jacqueline K and Meehan, Terrence F and Weninger, Wolfgang J and Westerberg, Henrik and Adissu, Hibret and Baker, Candice N and Bower, Lynette and Brown, James M and Caddle, L. Brianna and Chiani, Francesco and Clary, Dave and Cleak, James and Daly, Mark J and Denegre, James M and Doe, Brendan and Dolan, Mary E and Edie Helmut Fuchs, Sarah M and Gailus-Durner, Valerie and Galli, Antonella and Gambadoro, Alessia and Gallegos, Juan and Guo, Shiying and Horner, Neil R and Hsu, Chih-Wei and Johnson, Sara J and Kalaga, Sowmya and Keith, Lance C and Lanoue, Louise and Lawson, Thomas N and Lek, Monkol and Mark, Manuel and Marschall, Susan and Mason, Jeremy and McElwee, Melissa L and Nutter, Susan Newbigging Lauryl M. J and Peterson, Kevin A and Ramirez-Solis, Ramiro and Rowland, Douglas J and Ryder, Edward and Samocha, Kaitlin E and Seavitt, John R and Selloum, Mohammed and Szoke-Kovacs, Zsombor and Tamura, Masaru and Trainor, Amanda G and Tudose, Ilinca and Wakana, Shigeharu and Warren, Jonathan and Wendling, Olivia and West, David B and Wong, Leeyean and Yoshiki, Atsushi and Wurst, Wolfgang and MacArthur, Daniel G and Tocchini-Valentini, Glauco P and Gao, Xiang and Flicek, Paul and Bradley, Allan and Skarnes, William C and Justice, Monica J and Parkinson, Helen E and Moore, Mark and Wells, Sara and Braun, Robert E and Svenson, Karen L and de Angelis, Martin Hrabe and Herault, Yann and Mohun, Tim and Mallon, Ann-Marie and Henkelman, R. Mark and Brown, Steve D. M and Adams, David J and Lloyd, K. C. Kent and McKerlie, Colin and Beaudet, Arthur L and Murray, Maja Bućan Stephen A and The International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 11/2017, Volume 551, Issue 7680, pp. 398 - 398
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by Dickinson, Mary E and Flenniken, Ann M and Ji, Xiao and Teboul, Lydia and Wong, Michael D and White, Jacqueline K and Meehan, Terrence F and Weninger, Wolfgang J and Westerberg, Henrik and Adissu, Hibret and Baker, Candice N and Bower, Lynette and Brown, James M and Caddle, L Brianna and Chiani, Francesco and Clary, Dave and Cleak, James and Daly, Mark J and Denegre, James M and Doe, Brendan and Dolan, Mary E and Edie, Sarah M and Fuchs, Helmut and Gailus-Durner, Valerie and Galli, Antonella and Gambadoro, Alessia and Gallegos, Juan and Guo, Shiying and Horner, Neil R and Hsu, Chih-Wei and Johnson, Sara J and Kalaga, Sowmya and Keith, Lance C and Lanoue, Louise and Lawson, Thomas N and Lek, Monkol and Mark, Manuel and Marschall, Susan and Mason, Jeremy and McElwee, Melissa L and Newbigging, Susan and Nutter, Lauryl M J and Peterson, Kevin A and Ramirez-Solis, Ramiro and Rowland, Douglas J and Ryder, Edward and Samocha, Kaitlin E and Seavitt, John R and Selloum, Mohammed and Szoke-Kovacs, Zsombor and Tamura, Masaru and Trainor, Amanda G and Tudose, Ilinca and Wakana, Shigeharu and Warren, Jonathan and Wendling, Olivia and West, David B and Wong, Leeyean and Yoshiki, Atsushi and MacArthur, Daniel G and Tocchini-Valentini, Glauco P and Gao, Xiang and Flicek, Paul and Bradley, Allan and Skarnes, William C and Justice, Monica J and Parkinson, Helen E and Moore, Mark and Wells, Sara and Braun, Robert E and Svenson, Karen L and de Angelis, Martin Hrabe and Herault, Yann and Mohun, Tim and Mallon, Ann-Marie and Henkelman, R Mark and Brown, Steve D M and Adams, David J and Lloyd, K C Kent and McKerlie, Colin and Beaudet, Arthur L and Bućan, Maja and Murray, Stephen A and Charles River Laboratories and RIKEN BioResource Center and International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium and Infrastructure Nationale PHENOMIN, Institut Clinique de la Souris (ICS) and Jackson Laboratory and MRC Harwell and Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and Toronto Centre for Phenogenomics
Nature, 09/2016, Volume 537, Issue 7621, p. 508
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Journal of Investigative Dermatology Symposium Proceedings, ISSN 1087-0024, 11/2015, Volume 17, Issue 2, pp. 27 - 29
Technology now exists for rapid screening of mutated laboratory mice to identify phenotypes associated with specific genetic mutations. Large repositories... 
Phenotype | Animals | DNA Mutational Analysis | Humans | Mice | Alopecia Areata - genetics | Genome | Disease Models, Animal | Mice, Knockout | Translational research | mouse mutants | Mouse Mutant Resource | histological analysis | alopecia areata | phenotyping | KOMP2
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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 12/1998, Volume 95, Issue 25, pp. 14729 - 14732
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Developmental Dynamics, ISSN 1058-8388, 04/2003, Volume 226, Issue 4, pp. 654 - 662
Cell polarity is manifest along the animal/vegetal axis in eggs of the frog, Xenopus laevis. Along this axis, maternal cytoplasmic components are... 
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Human Molecular Genetics, ISSN 0964-6906, 09/2003, Volume 12, Issue 17, p. 2179
  Mutations within the CRB1 gene have been shown to cause human retinal diseases including retinitis pigmentosa and Leber congenital amaurosis. We have... 
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Biophysical Journal, ISSN 0006-3495, 1997, Volume 73, Issue 2, pp. 1130 - 1133
We have levitated, for the first time, living biological specimens, embryos of the frog Xenopus laevis, using a large inhomogeneous magnetic field. The... 
SYSTEM | K DA BIOPHYSICS | BIOPHYSICS | AXIS FORMATION | EGGS | Magnetic fields | Amphibians
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Developmental Biology, ISSN 0012-1606, 10/1998, Volume 202, Issue 1, p. 152
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