A new inbred strain JF1 established from Japanese fancy mouse carrying the classic piebald allele

@article{Koide1998ANI,
  title={A new inbred strain JF1 established from Japanese fancy mouse carrying the classic piebald allele},
  author={Tsuyoshi Koide and Kazuo Moriwaki and Kikue Uchida and Akihiko Mita and Tomoko Sagai and Hiromichi Yonekawa and Hideki Katoh and Nobumoto Miyashita and Kimiyuk Tsuchiya and Toennes J. Nielsen and Toshihiko Shiroishi},
  journal={Mammalian Genome},
  year={1998},
  volume={9},
  pages={15-19}
}
A new inbred strain JF1 (Japanese Fancy Mouse 1) was established from a strain of fancy mouse. Morphological and genetical analysis indicated that the mouse originated from the Japanese wild mouse, Mus musculus molossinus. JF1 has characteristic coat color, black spots on the white coat, with black eyes. The mutation appeared to be linked to an old mutation piebald (s). Characterization of the causative gene for piebald, endothelin receptor type B (ednrb), demonstrated that the allele in JF1 is… CONTINUE READING

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