FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE;
Database; Gene Knockout



In this section, data regarding the phenotypes rendered by the knockout of various molecules are presented. Please send your name, the name of your organization, your address, telephone and fax numbers along with, a brief description of the phenotype of the knockout mouse and the appropriate reference(s) to the editorial office for publication.


INSTRUCTION FOR USE

If you entered the journal by using the HTML 3.0 gateway and therefore have an index on the left hand side of the screen, click here. This will substitute the journal index with an index of the names of all the genes in the database. By clicking any item on the index, you will be able to access information of the gene knockout on the right of the screen.

If you entered the journal by using the HTML 2.0 gateway and therefore do not see an index on the left but your browser is capable to interpret HTML 3.0 click here. This will allow the index of the names of all the genes in the database to appear to the left of the screen. By clicking any item on the index, you will be able to access information of the gene knockout on the right of the screen.

IMPACT OF GENE KNOCKOUTS ON PHENOTYPE


Gene knockouts classified according to the viability of the mice:

GENE KNOCKOUTS WHICH ARE COMPATIBLE WITH VIABILITY
GENE KNOCKOUTS WHICH RESULT IN PRENATAL MORTALITY
GENE KNOCKOUTS WHICH RESULT IN POSTNATAL MORTALITY
GENE KNOCKOUTS WHICH RESULT IN PERINATAL MORTALITY

Gene knockouts listed ALPHABETICALLY according to the name of the gene


This gene knockout database is created at Frontiers in Bioscience and is authored by Siamak Tabibzadeh and John Lee Elzie.

The files are maintained by:

David Atherton
Paula Canella
Gloria Chan

These entries were revised on August 21, 1998. The technical assistance of Cassie Pierynowski is greatly acknowledged.


Search the TBASE gene knockout database
TBASE is created by:
Dan Jacobson (danj@gdb.org):[Data
Dissemination, WWW service] and
Anna V. Anagnostopoulos
(anna@gdb.org):[Project Leader,
Data Acquisition and Curation].