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Neuron, ISSN 0896-6273, 01/2017, Volume 93, Issue 2, pp. 331 - 347
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Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 03/2017, Volume 7, Issue 1, p. 43331
Modelling Down syndrome (DS) in mouse has been crucial for the understanding of the disease and the evaluation of therapeutic targets. Nevertheless, the... 
SYNDROMIC INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | DUPLICATIONS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | DOWN-SYNDROME | DYRK1A | PHENOTYPE | MOUSE MODELS | COGNITIVE DEFICITS | REGION | INVERSIONS | HAPLOINSUFFICIENCY | Animals | Time Factors | Animals, Genetically Modified | Gene Rearrangement | Rats | Gene Editing - methods | Mice | Down's syndrome | CRISPR | Genomes
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Nature Genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 08/2017, Volume 49, Issue 8, pp. 1231 - 1238
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Cell Death and Differentiation, ISSN 1350-9047, 04/2017, Volume 24, Issue 4, pp. 747 - 758
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by De Angelis, Martin Hrabě and Nicholson, George and Selloum, Mohammed and White, Jacqueline K and Morgan, Hugh and Ramirez-Solis, Ramiro and Sorg, Tania and Wells, Sara and Fuchs, Helmut and Fray, Martin and Adams, David J and Adams, Niels C and Adler, Thure and Aguilar-Pimentel, Antonio and Ali-Hadji, Dalila and Amann, Gregory and André, Philippe and Atkins, Sarah and Auburtin, Aurelie and Ayadi, Abdel and Becker, Julien and Becker, Lore and Bedu, Elodie and Bekeredjian, Raffi and Birling, Marie-Christine and Blake, Andrew and Bottomley, Joanna and Bowl, Michael R and Brault, Véronique and Busch, Dirk H and Bussell, James N and Calzada-Wack, Julia and Cater, Heather and Champy, Marie-France and Charles, Philippe and Chevalier, Claire and Chiani, Francesco and Codner, Gemma F and Combe, Roy and Cox, Roger and Dalloneau, Emilie and Dierich, André and Di Fenza, Armida and Doe, Brendan and Duchon, Arnaud and Eickelberg, Oliver and Esapa, Chris T and Fertak, Lahcen El and Feigel, Tanja and Emelyanova, Irina and Estabel, Jeanne and Favor, Jack and Flenniken, Ann and Gambadoro, Alessia and Garrett, Lilian and Gates, Hilary and Gerdin, Anna-Karin and Gkoutos, George and Greenaway, Simon and Glasl, Lisa and Goetz, Patrice and Da Cruz, Isabelle Goncalves and Götz, Alexander and Graw, Jochen and Guimond, Alain and Hans, Wolfgang and Hicks, Geoff and Hölter, Sabine M and Höfler, Heinz and Hancock, John M and Hoehndorf, Robert and Hough, Tertius and Houghton, Richard and Hurt, Anja and Ivandic, Boris and Jacobs, Hughes and Jacquot, Sylvie and Jones, Nora and Karp, Natasha A and Katus, Hugo A and Kitchen, Sharon and Klein-Rodewald, Tanja and Klingenspor, Martin and Klopstock, Thomas and Lalanne, Valerie and Leblanc, Sophie and Lengger, Christoph and Le Marchand, Elise and Ludwig, Tonia and Lux, Aline and McKerlie, Colin and Maier, Holger and Mandel, Jean-Louis and Marschall, Susan and Mark, Manuel and Melvin, David G and Meziane, Hamid and Micklich, Kateryna and Mittelhauser, Christophe and Monassier, Laurent and ... and EUMODIC Consortium
Nature Genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 08/2015, Volume 47, Issue 9, pp. 969 - 978
The function of the majority of genes in the mouse and human genomes remains unknown. The mouse embryonic stem cell knockout resource provides a basis for the... 
EUROPHENOME | ANNOTATION | GENETICS & HEREDITY | GENOME-WIDE | EMPRESS | KNOCKOUT MICE | ACCESS | RESOURCE | Homozygote | Phenotype | Animals | Genetic Association Studies | Humans | Mice, Inbred C57BL | Molecular Sequence Annotation | Female | Heterozygote | Male | Mutation | Mice, Knockout | Research | Gene mutations | Human genome | Identification and classification | Health aspects | Consortia | Genotype & phenotype | Physiology | Genomes | Metabolism | Power
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by Bradley, Allan and Anastassiadis, Konstantinos and Ayadi, Abdelkader and Battey, James and Bell, Cindy and Birling, Marie-Christine and Bottomley, Joanna and Brown, Steve and Bürger, Friederike and Bult, Carol and Bushell, Wendy and Collins, Francis and Desaintes, Christian and Doe, Brendan and Aris, Economides and Eppig, Janan and Finnell, Richard and Fletcher, Colin and Fray, Martin and Frendewey, David and Friedel, Roland and Grosveld, Frank and Hansen, J and Hérault, Yann and Hicks, Geoffrey and Hörlein, Aneas and Houghton, Catherine and Hrabé De Angelis, Martin and Huylebroeck, Danny and Iyer, Vivek and Jong, Pieter and Kadin, James and Kaloff, Cornelia and Kennedy, Karen and Koutsourakis, Manousos and Kent Lloyd, K.C and Marschall, Susan and Mason, Jeremy and McKerlie, Colin and McLeod, Michael and Melchner, Harald and Moore, Matt and Mujica, Alejano and Nagy, Anas and Nefedov, Mikhail and Nutter, Lauryl and Pavlovic, Guillaume and Peterson, Jane and Pollock, I and Ramirez-Solis, Ramiro and Rancourt, Derrick and Raspa, Marcello and Remacle, Jacques and Ringwald, Martin and Rosen, Barry and Rosenthal, Nadia and Rossant, Janet and Ruiz Noppinger, Patricia and Ryder, S and Schick, Joel Zupicich and Schnütgen, Frank and Schofield, Christopher and Seisenberger, Claudia and Selloum, Mohammed and Simpson, Elizabeth and Skarnes, William and Smedley, Damian and Stanford, William and Stewart, Francis and Stone, Kevin and Swan, Kate and Tadepally, Hamsa and Teboul, Jean Louis and Tocchini-Valentini, Glauco and Valenzuela, David and West, Anthony and Yamamura, Ken-Ichi and Yoshinaga, Yuko and Wurst, Martin
Mammalian Genome, ISSN 0938-8990, 10/2012, Volume 23, Issue 9-10, pp. 580 - 586
textabstractIn 2007, the International Knockout Mouse Consortium (IKMC) made the ambitious promise to generate mutations in virtually every protein-coding gene... 
Life Sciences | Anatomy | Zoology | Cell Biology | BIOTECHNOLOGY & APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | GENOME | EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS | GENETICS & HEREDITY | Mice, Knockout - genetics | Mice | Animals | Internet | Internationality
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