PhysGen Data


ENU Data

The phenotyping The screening protocol for the ENU mutant rats provides 84 phenotypic measurements of heart, lung, vascular, renal and blood measurements. All measurements are made in each rat over a three week period. Both male and female rats are studied to screen for gender differences. All rats are put through the movement & respiratory protocol while on a low salt diet (Purina 5001). After this part of the screening protocol, the mutant rats with BN or FHH genetic background are switched to a high salt (4% Dyets) diet for two weeks prior to the remainder of the screening protocol. The mutant rats with a SS genetic background are kept on a low salt diet for the entire screening protocol.

  Strain Profile

  Phenotype Data

Include general information of the each type of rat strain, as well as the statistcal analysis for phenotypes.

View live graphs of all phenotype data and to download all
or part of the dataset.

  Genotype Data

View genotype information on all strains.



Consomic Data

The phenotyping component provides 213 phenotypic measurements of heart, lung, vascular, and blood function. Each strain enters the protocols allowing for the functional characterization of both genders and parental control rats over a 5-week period. The data will provide the functional information required to link each of the 21 rats chromosomes to cardiovascular, pulmonary, renal and blood function.

  Strain Profile

  Phenotype Data

Include general information of the each type of rat strain, as well as the statistcal analysis for significant phenotypes.

View live graphs of all phenotype data and to download all
or part of the mean summary dataset.

  Genotype Data

  Microarray data

View genotype information on all strains.

All data will be posted on the TIGR website within 60 days of generation, following quality assurance.