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Deletion polymorphism of Disc1 is common to all 129 mouse substrains: implications for gene-targeting studies of brain function.

We report that the Disc1 gene in all extant 129 mouse inbred substrains has a deletion, previously considered specific to the 129S6/SvEv substrain, which is predicted to abolish production of the full-length protein. This finding has implications for the study of knockout mice generated from 129-derived embryonic stem cells.[1]

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