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Notice: Suspension of Services Due to the inspection work of NIG

The services on our website will be temporarily suspended during the period of time stated below due to the inspection work of NIG. We apologize for the inconvenience and we thank you for your understanding in this matter.

Fri. 9th Mar. 2018 16:00 - Sun. 11th Mar. 2018 14:00

GO TO Mouse Polymorphism DB
Mouse Microsatellite Data Base of Japan (MMDBJ) provides information about SSLPs among different mouse strains, focusing on strains derived from Japanese wild mouse, Mus musculus molossinus, which are genetically remote from the standard laboratory strains. Two molossinus-derived strains, MSM and JF1, are now widely used in gene mapping because of the high level of microsatellite polymorphisms for the standard laboratory strains and high reproduction ability in crosses with other strains. This data base includes PCR conditions for all entries of primer sets and keyword searches for the information.

This project is being conducted with the support of the "Genome Frontier Development Promotion" assisted by the Special Coordination Funds for Promoting Science and Technology of the Science and Technology Agency, to which we would like to express our deep gratitude.

Database contents

      Microsatellite:  9125

What's New !
  
  October 23, 2013
  • Marker position of GRCm38 was added to the database.
    Download files, however, include only old positions.
  
  August 9, 2011
  October 25, 2007
  • The search function for microsatellite was improved.
Contributors
 Many thanks to the laboratories of
  • HIAI Hiroshi (Kyoto University)
  • IKEKAWA Shirou (Institution of Medical Science, Univ. of Tokyo)
  • KIKKAWA Yoshiaki (The Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science)
  • KOIDE Tsuyoshi (National Institute of Genetics)
  • MIURA Ikuo (The Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science)
  • OKAZAKI Yasushi (The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research-RIKEN)
  • SERIKAWA Tadao (Kyoto University)
  • SHIROISHI Toshihiko (National Institute of Genetics)
  • TAKAHAMA Sumiyo (The Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science)
  • TOMARU Yasuhiro (The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research-RIKEN)
  • WAKANA Shigeharu (The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research-RIKEN)
  • YONEKAWA Hiromichi (The Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science)
 
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