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Runkel, F.* et al.: Morphologic and molecular characterization of two novel Krt71 (Krt2-6g) mutations : Krt71(rco12) and Krt71(rco13). Mamm. Genome 17, 1172-1182 (2006)
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Seltmann, M. et al.: Assessment of a systematic expression profiling approach in ENU-induced mouse mutant lines. Mamm. Genome 16, 1-10 (2005)
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Wang, K.S.* ; Zahn, L.E.* ; Favor, J. ; Huang, K.M.* & Stambolian, D.*: Genetic and phenotypic analysis of Tcm, a mutation affecting early eye development. Mamm. Genome 16, 332-343 (2005)
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Ahituv, N.* et al.: An ENU-induced mutation in AP-2alpha leads to middle ear and ocular defects in Doarad mice. Mamm. Genome 15, 424-432 (2004)
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Lorenz-Depiereux, B. et al.: New intragenic deletions in the Phex gene clarify X-linked hypophosphatemia-related abnormalities in mice. Mamm. Genome 15, 151-161 (2004)
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Piotrowska, K. et al.: Mapping of a novel MEN-like syndrome locus to rat Chromosome 4. Mamm. Genome 15, 135-141 (2004)
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Rhodes, C.R.* et al.: A Myo7a mutation cosegregates with stereocilia defects and low-frequency hearing impairment. Mamm. Genome 15, 686-697 (2004)
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Graw, J. et al.: V76D mutation in a conserved gammaD-crystallin region leads to dominant cataracts in mice. Mamm. Genome 13, 452-455 (2002)
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Reinhard, C. et al.: Inbred strain variation in lung function. Mamm. Genome 13, 429-437 (2002)
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Gailus-Durner, V. ; Scherf, M. & Werner, T.: Experimental data of a single promoter can be used for in silico detection of genes with related regulation in the absence of sequence similarity. Mamm. Genome 12, 67-72 (2001)
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Santagati, F. et al.: Comparative analysis of the genomic organization of Pax9 and its conserved physical association with Nkx2-9 in the human, mouse and pufferfish genomes. Mamm. Genome 12, 232-237 (2001)
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Balling, R.* et al.: Great times for mouse genetics: Getting ready for large-scale ENU-mutagenesis. Mamm. Genome 11, 471-471 (2000)
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Flaswinkel, H.* et al.: Identification of immunological relevant phenotypes in ENU mutagenized mice. Mamm. Genome 11, 526-527 (2000)
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Fuchs, H. ; Schughart, K.* ; Wolf, E.* ; Balling, R. & Hrabě de Angelis, M.: Screening for dysmorphological abnormalities-a powerful tool to isolate new mouse mutants. Mamm. Genome 11, 528-530 (2000)
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Justice, M.J.* et al.: Effects of ENU dosage on mouse strains. Mamm. Genome 11, 484-488 (2000)
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Knapik, E.W.: ENU mutagenesis in zebrafish-from genes to complex diseases. Mamm. Genome 11, 511-519 (2000)
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Pargent, W. et al.: MouseNet databases : Digital management of a large-scale mutagenesis project. Mamm. Genome 11, 590-593 (2000)
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Rathkolb, B.* et al.: The clinical-chemical screen in the Munich ENU Mouse Mutagenesis Project : Screening for clinically relevant phenotypes. Mamm. Genome 11, 543-546 (2000)
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Rolinski, B.* et al.: The biochemical metabolite screen in the Munich ENU Mouse Mutagenesis Project : Determination of amino acids and acylcarnitines by tandem mass spectrometry. Mamm. Genome 11, 547-551 (2000)
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Schindewolf, C. et al.: Comet assay as a tool to screen for mouse models with inherited radiation sensitivity. Mamm. Genome 11, 552-554 (2000)