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ID: 52
Organism ImageMus musculus (house mouse)

The laboratory mouse is a major model organism for basic mammalian biology, human disease, and genome evolution, and its genome has been sequenced

Lineage: Eukaryota[1070]; Metazoa[386]; Chordata[201]; Craniata[196]; Vertebrata[196]; Euteleostomi[192]; Mammalia[91]; Eutheria[87]; Euarchontoglires[36]; Glires[17]; Rodentia[15]; Sciurognathi[10]; Muroidea[7]; Muridae[2]; Murinae[2]; Mus[1]; Mus[1]; Mus musculus[1]
The mouse is one of the major organisms for modeling human disease and comparative genome analysis. There are over 450 inbred strains of mice, providing a wealth of different genotypes and phenotypes for genetic and other studies. In addition, thousands of spontaneous, radiation- or chemically-induced, and transgenic mutants provide potential models More...

Sequence data: genome assemblies: 7; sequence reads: 24 (See  Genome Assembly and Annotation report)

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Genome Sequencing, no data26
Clone ends1
Epigenomics944
Exome9
Map7
Other378
Proteome20
Targeted Locus (Loci)10
Transcriptome or Gene expression10108
Variation109

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