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Here we provide a genome-wide, high-resolution map of the phylogenetic origin of the genome of most extant laboratory mouse inbred strains. Our analysis is based on the genotypes of wild-caught mice from three subspecies of Mus musculus. We show that classical laboratory strains are derived from a few fancy mice with limited haplotype diversity. Their(More)
The JAX Diversity Outbred population is a new mouse resource derived from partially inbred Collaborative Cross strains and maintained by randomized outcrossing. As such, it segregates the same allelic variants as the Collaborative Cross but embeds these in a distinct population architecture in which each animal has a high degree of heterozygosity and(More)
Inbred model organisms are powerful tools for genetic studies because they provide reproducible genomes for use in mapping and genetic manipulation. Generating inbred lines via sibling matings, however, is a costly undertaking that requires many successive generations of breeding, during which time many lines fail. We evaluated several approaches for(More)
The Collaborative Cross (CC) is a panel of recombinant inbred lines derived from eight genetically diverse laboratory inbred strains. Recently, the genetic architecture of the CC population was reported based on the genotype of a single male per line, and other publications reported incompletely inbred CC mice that have been used to map a variety of traits.(More)
Complex human traits are influenced by variation in regulatory DNA through mechanisms that are not fully understood. Because regulatory elements are conserved between humans and mice, a thorough annotation of cis regulatory variants in mice could aid in further characterizing these mechanisms. Here we provide a detailed portrait of mouse gene expression(More)
Numerous methods exist for inferring the ancestry mosaic of an admixed individual based on its genotypes and those of its ancestors. These methods rely on bialleic SNPs obtained from genotype calling algorithms, which classify each marker as belonging to one of four states (reference allele, alternate allele, heterozygous, or no call) based on probe(More)
In this paper, we contrast the resolution and accuracy of determining recombination boundaries using genotyping arrays compared to high-throughput sequencing. In addition, we consider the impacts of sequence coverage and genetic diversity on localizing recombination boundaries. We developed a hidden Markov model for estimating recombination breakpoints(More)
The authors of this article would like to acknowledge NIH Grant U54AI057157 as a funding source to the development of the CC-UNC population, in addition to those stated in the acknowledgments section of the original published article. The acknowledgments section should therefore read: Acknowledgments The development of the CC-UNC