The IMPC applies a panel of phenotyping screens to characterise single-gene knockout mice by comparison to wild types. Click on the different tabs to visualise significant phenotypes identified by the IMPC, as well as all data that was measured.
Images submitted by IMPC centres for a selection of procedures. Each set of images is available to view in our image comparator.
The analysis uses data from IMPC, along with published data on other mouse mutants, in comparison to human disease reports in OMIM, Orphanet, and DECIPHER.
Phenotype comparisons summarize the similarity of mouse phenotypes with human disease phenotypes.
The table below shows human diseases predicted to be associated to Notch4 by phenotypic similarity.
Summary table of phenotypes displayed during the Histopathology procedure which are considered significant. Full histopathology data table, including submitted images, can be accessed by clicking any row in this table.
There is no histopathology data for Notch4
The table below lists publications which used either products generated by the IMPC or data produced by the phenotyping efforts of the IMPC. These publications have also been associated to Notch4.
There are 1 publication which use IMPC produced mice or data.
|Title||Journal||IMPC Allele||PubMed ID|
|Notch4 reveals a novel mechanism regulating Notch signal transduction.||Biochimica et biophysica acta (March 2014)||Notch4tm1(KOMP)Vlcg||24667410|
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|MGI Allele||Allele Type||Produced|
|Notch4tm1a(NCOM)Mfgc||KO first allele (reporter-tagged insertion with conditional potential)||Mice, Targeting vectors, ES Cells|
|Notch4tm1b(NCOM)Mfgc||Reporter-tagged deletion allele (with selection cassette)||Mice, Tissue|
|Notch4tm1(KOMP)Vlcg||Reporter-tagged deletion allele (with selection cassette)||Mice, ES Cells|