PKD1 V

Description: This knock-in mouse model has an amino acid substitution at position T3041V of the G-protein coupled receptor proteolytic site (GPS) of polycystin 1, disrupting normal cleavage. Heterozygous mice are phenotypically normal. Homozygotes are phenotypically normal at birth but develop cysts and die within 2-3 weeks.
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PKD1 N Delta L

Description: This knock-in mutant mouse model has a Neomycin targeting cassette disrupting splicing of exon 45 and a deletion of Leu 4122 in PKD1. The splice defect results in premature truncation of the mutant protein. Homozygous mice are embryonically lethal. Cre-mediated excision of the targeting cassette produces the PKD1 Delta L allele.

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PKD1 Heterozygous

Description: This knock-out mouse model has a deletion of PKD1 exons 2 through 4. Heterozygous mice are phenotypically normal. Homozygous mice are embryonically lethal at mid-gestation.
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PKD1 flox

Description: This conditional PKD1 floxed mouse model harbors LoxP sites flanking exons 2 through 4. Homozygous mice are phenotypically normal. When bred with a Cre recombinase mouse line, offspring lack expression of PKD1 in the Cre targeted tissue.
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PKD1 delta L

Description: This knock-in mutant mouse model mimics a patient-derived mutation with a deletion of Leucine at position 4122. Homozygous mice are embryonically lethal.

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PKD1 3xHA

Description: This knock-in mouse model produces a fully functional polycystin 1 protein with a C-terminal triple HA tag. Homozygous mice are phenotypically normal.
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