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  • Release: 15.0
  • Published: 11 August 2021

Statistical Package

Genome Assembly


  • Number of phenotyped genes: 7,824
  • Number of phenotyped mutant lines: 8,457
  • Number of phenotype calls: 93,706

Data access

  • Ftp interface: ftp
  • RESTful interfaces: APIs


Data release 15.0

Release notes:

Represents a major data release.
This release

  • Includes approximately 5 million more data points
  • Missing fertility data ontology associations bug fixed
  • Gene Spag6 / Spag6l gene accession IDs bug fixed
  • Statistical analysis for 880 Retina combined parameters have been excluded due to additional statistical complexity analysis, this will be resolved in the next data release
  • Age at date of sacrifice/blood collection (rather than the date of the experiment) should be used for several terminal procedures (Blood analysis, histopathology and gross pathology, some body weights, etc.) where the experiment may occur at a later date. This will be resolved in the next data release

Data Reports

Total Number of Lines and Specimens in DR 15.0

Phenotyping Center Mutant Lines Baseline Mice Mutant Mice
JAX 1,834 13,835 52,497
TCP 704 8,555 28,499
HMGU 448 4,999 8,543
CCP-IMG 198 2,270 3,734
KMPC 60 1,904 2,365
MARC 233 1,858 3,588
MRC Harwell 766 7,229 19,470
RBRC 104 2,150 2,393
ICS 241 2,611 3,892
WTSI 1,614 5,364 18,718
BCM 819 6,623 23,371
UC Davis 1,437 8,187 34,998

Experimental Data and Quality Checks

Data Type QC Passed Data Points
categorical 22,185,336
image record 623,331
time series 22,148,393
ontological 1,535,242
text 475,896
unidimensional 18,032,421

* Excluded from statistical analysis.

Distribution of Phenotype Annotations

Production Status


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Phenotype Associations

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