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Reoccurrence of Four-Row Rodless Mice

Reoccurrence of Four-Row Rodless Mice Abstract Several types of retinal defect intermediate between "rodless retina" of the mouse and normal retina were studied. Similar intermediates had been found in Basel stock. Such intermediates were not produced when C3H strain mice homozygous for "retinal degeneration" were outcrossed although the intermediate types and retinal degeneration type are allelic. However, such intermediates derived from a C3H outcross are described in the present paper. The intermediate condition here reported is recessive to normal retina, and acts as a dominant allel to the ontogenetically earlier developing retinal degeneration of the zero-row or one-row type. References 1. Keeler CE: The inheritance of a retinal abnormality in white mice . Proc Nat Acad Sci USA 10:329-333, 1924.Crossref 2. Keeler CE: Rodless retina: An ophthalmic mutation in the house mouse, Mus musculus . J Exp Zool 46:355-407, 1927.Crossref 3. Keeler CE: Blind mice . J Exp Zool 51:495-508, 1928.Crossref 4. Keeler CE: Iris movements in blind mice . Amer J Physiol 81:107-112, 1927. 5. Keeler CE: Absence hereditaire des batonnets chez la souris . Mem Soc Zool France 28:48-60, 1927. 6. Keeler CE, Sutcliffe E, Chaffee EL: Normal and "rodless" retinae of the house mouse with respect to the electromotive force generated through stimulation by light . Proc Nat Acad Sci USA 14:477-484, 1928.Crossref 7. Keeler CE: Hereditary blindness in the house mouse with special reference to its linkage relationships . Bull Howe Lab Ophthal 3:1-11, 1930. 8. Keeler CE: Sur l'origine du caractere "sans batonnets" chez la souris domestique . Bull Soc Zool France 52:520-521, 1927. 9. Sidman RL, Green MC: Retinal degeneration in the house mouse . J Hered 56:23-29, 1965. 10. Dunn TB: The importance of differences in morphology in inbred strains . J Nat Cancer lnst 15:573-589, 1954. 11. Karli P: Retines sans cellules visuelles: Recherches morphologiques, physiologiques et physiopathologiques chez les Rongeurs . Arch Anat 35:1-76, 1952. 12. Sidman RL: Tissue culture studies of inherited retinal dystrophy . Dis Nerv Syst 22:14-20, 1961. 13. Di Paolo JA, Noell WK: Some genetic aspects of visual cell degeneration in mice . Exp Eye Res 1:215-220, 1962.Crossref 14. Tansley K: An inherited retinal degeneration in the mouse . J Hered 45:123-127, 1954. 15. Baumgartner M, Paget OE: Histologische Untersuchung eines rezessiv erblichen Retinamerkmals bei der Hausmaus . Osterreichische Zool Ztschr 6:7-10, 1955. 16. Keeler CE: On the occurrence in the house mouse of a mendelizing structural defect of the retina producing blindness . Proc Nat Acad Sci USA 12:255-258, 1926.Crossref 17. Brückner R: Spaltlampenmikroskopie und Ophthalmoskopie am Auge von Ratte und Maus . Docum Ophthal 5-6:452-554, 1951.Crossref 18. Sorsby A, Koller PC, Attfield M, et al: Retinal dystrophy in the mouse: Histological and genetic aspects . J Exp Zool 125:171-198, 1954.Crossref 19. Sorsby A, Williams CE: Retinal aplasia as a clinical entity . Brit Med J 1:293-297, 1960.Crossref 20. Lucas DR: Inherited retinal dystrophy in the mouse: Its appearance in eyes and retinae cultured in vitro . J Embryol Exp Morph 6:589-592, 1958. 21. Keeler CE: Retinal degeneration in the mouse is rodless retina . J Hered 57:48-50, 1966. 22. Theiler K, Cagianut B: Zur erblichen Netzhautdegeneration der Maus . Graefes Arch Ophthal 166:387-396, 1963.Crossref 23. Fischer H: Mikroskopische Untersuchungen an der Retina von Mäusen mit erblichen Augenaffektionen . Acta Biol Med German 2:231-251, 1959. 24. Noell WK: Differentiation, metabolic organization, and visibility of the visual cell . Arch Ophthal 60:702-733, 1958.Crossref 25. Caravaggio LL, Bonting SL: The rhodopsin cycle in the developing vertebrate retina: II. Correlative study in normal mice and in mice with hereditary retinal degeneration . Exp Eye Res 2:12-19, 1963.Crossref 26. Karli P: Contribution experimentale a l'etude de la pathogenie des retinoses pigmentaire . Ophthalmologica 128:137-162, 1954.Crossref 27. Karli P: Les degenerescences retiniennes spontanees et experimentales chez l'animal . Progr Ophthal 14:51-89, 1963. 28. Tansley K: Hereditary degeneration of the mouse retina . Brit J Ophthal 35:573-582, 1951.Crossref 29. Sidman RL: Histogenesis of mouse retina studied with thymidine H3 , in Smelser GK (ed): The Structure of the Eye. New York, Academic Press Inc, 1961, pp 487-506. 30. Sidman RL: Organ culture analysis of inherited retinal degeneration in rodents . J Nat Cancer Inst, monograph 11 , pp 227-246, 1963. 31. Paigen K, Noell WK: Two linked genes showing a similar timing of expression in mice . Nature 190:148-150, 1961.Crossref 32. Hopkins AE: Vision in mice with "rodless retinae." Z Vergleich Physiol 6:345-360, 1927.Crossref 33. Dunn LC, Thigpen LW: The silver mouse a recessive color variation . J Hered 21:495-498, 1930. 34. Bein HJ: Über vererbliche Aplasie des Sehnerven bei der Maus . Ophthalmologia 113:12-37, 1947.Crossref http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Ophthalmology American Medical Association

Reoccurrence of Four-Row Rodless Mice

Archives of Ophthalmology , Volume 84 (4) – Oct 1, 1970

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Abstract Several types of retinal defect intermediate between "rodless retina" of the mouse and normal retina were studied. Similar intermediates had been found in Basel stock. Such intermediates were not produced when C3H strain mice homozygous for "retinal degeneration" were outcrossed although the intermediate types and retinal degeneration type are allelic. However, such intermediates derived from a C3H outcross are described in the present paper. The intermediate condition here reported is recessive to normal retina, and acts as a dominant allel to the ontogenetically earlier developing retinal degeneration of the zero-row or one-row type. References 1. Keeler CE: The inheritance of a retinal abnormality in white mice . Proc Nat Acad Sci USA 10:329-333, 1924.Crossref 2. Keeler CE: Rodless retina: An ophthalmic mutation in the house mouse, Mus musculus . J Exp Zool 46:355-407, 1927.Crossref 3. Keeler CE: Blind mice . J Exp Zool 51:495-508, 1928.Crossref 4. Keeler CE: Iris movements in blind mice . Amer J Physiol 81:107-112, 1927. 5. Keeler CE: Absence hereditaire des batonnets chez la souris . Mem Soc Zool France 28:48-60, 1927. 6. Keeler CE, Sutcliffe E, Chaffee EL: Normal and "rodless" retinae of the house mouse with respect to the electromotive force generated through stimulation by light . Proc Nat Acad Sci USA 14:477-484, 1928.Crossref 7. Keeler CE: Hereditary blindness in the house mouse with special reference to its linkage relationships . Bull Howe Lab Ophthal 3:1-11, 1930. 8. Keeler CE: Sur l'origine du caractere "sans batonnets" chez la souris domestique . Bull Soc Zool France 52:520-521, 1927. 9. Sidman RL, Green MC: Retinal degeneration in the house mouse . J Hered 56:23-29, 1965. 10. Dunn TB: The importance of differences in morphology in inbred strains . J Nat Cancer lnst 15:573-589, 1954. 11. Karli P: Retines sans cellules visuelles: Recherches morphologiques, physiologiques et physiopathologiques chez les Rongeurs . Arch Anat 35:1-76, 1952. 12. Sidman RL: Tissue culture studies of inherited retinal dystrophy . Dis Nerv Syst 22:14-20, 1961. 13. Di Paolo JA, Noell WK: Some genetic aspects of visual cell degeneration in mice . Exp Eye Res 1:215-220, 1962.Crossref 14. Tansley K: An inherited retinal degeneration in the mouse . J Hered 45:123-127, 1954. 15. Baumgartner M, Paget OE: Histologische Untersuchung eines rezessiv erblichen Retinamerkmals bei der Hausmaus . Osterreichische Zool Ztschr 6:7-10, 1955. 16. Keeler CE: On the occurrence in the house mouse of a mendelizing structural defect of the retina producing blindness . Proc Nat Acad Sci USA 12:255-258, 1926.Crossref 17. Brückner R: Spaltlampenmikroskopie und Ophthalmoskopie am Auge von Ratte und Maus . Docum Ophthal 5-6:452-554, 1951.Crossref 18. Sorsby A, Koller PC, Attfield M, et al: Retinal dystrophy in the mouse: Histological and genetic aspects . J Exp Zool 125:171-198, 1954.Crossref 19. Sorsby A, Williams CE: Retinal aplasia as a clinical entity . Brit Med J 1:293-297, 1960.Crossref 20. Lucas DR: Inherited retinal dystrophy in the mouse: Its appearance in eyes and retinae cultured in vitro . J Embryol Exp Morph 6:589-592, 1958. 21. Keeler CE: Retinal degeneration in the mouse is rodless retina . J Hered 57:48-50, 1966. 22. Theiler K, Cagianut B: Zur erblichen Netzhautdegeneration der Maus . Graefes Arch Ophthal 166:387-396, 1963.Crossref 23. Fischer H: Mikroskopische Untersuchungen an der Retina von Mäusen mit erblichen Augenaffektionen . Acta Biol Med German 2:231-251, 1959. 24. Noell WK: Differentiation, metabolic organization, and visibility of the visual cell . Arch Ophthal 60:702-733, 1958.Crossref 25. Caravaggio LL, Bonting SL: The rhodopsin cycle in the developing vertebrate retina: II. Correlative study in normal mice and in mice with hereditary retinal degeneration . Exp Eye Res 2:12-19, 1963.Crossref 26. Karli P: Contribution experimentale a l'etude de la pathogenie des retinoses pigmentaire . Ophthalmologica 128:137-162, 1954.Crossref 27. Karli P: Les degenerescences retiniennes spontanees et experimentales chez l'animal . Progr Ophthal 14:51-89, 1963. 28. Tansley K: Hereditary degeneration of the mouse retina . Brit J Ophthal 35:573-582, 1951.Crossref 29. Sidman RL: Histogenesis of mouse retina studied with thymidine H3 , in Smelser GK (ed): The Structure of the Eye. New York, Academic Press Inc, 1961, pp 487-506. 30. Sidman RL: Organ culture analysis of inherited retinal degeneration in rodents . J Nat Cancer Inst, monograph 11 , pp 227-246, 1963. 31. Paigen K, Noell WK: Two linked genes showing a similar timing of expression in mice . Nature 190:148-150, 1961.Crossref 32. Hopkins AE: Vision in mice with "rodless retinae." Z Vergleich Physiol 6:345-360, 1927.Crossref 33. Dunn LC, Thigpen LW: The silver mouse a recessive color variation . J Hered 21:495-498, 1930. 34. Bein HJ: Über vererbliche Aplasie des Sehnerven bei der Maus . Ophthalmologia 113:12-37, 1947.Crossref

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Archives of OphthalmologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Oct 1, 1970

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