RIKEN BioResource Center Mouse E-mail News No. 143

RIKEN BioResource Center Mouse E-mail News No. 143

RIKEN BioResource Center (BRC) is pleased to update you with the latest

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- Special topic: Mouse of the Month
  "Transcranial imaging of intracellular Ca2+ in astrocytes and neurons"
- BRC Seminar
- 2017 RIKEN MARC KMPC Mouse Workshop
- 4th World Congress of Reproductive Biology 2017
- User publications
- Newly deposited mouse strains

| Special topic: Mouse of the Month

Transcranial imaging of intracellular Ca2+ in astrocytes and neurons
  RBRC09650  C57BL/6-Tg(Slc1a2-G-CaMP7)Bsi

Depositor: Hajime Hirase, Ph.D.
           Laboratory for Neuron-Glia Circuitry
           RIKEN Brain Science Institute


Mouse of the Month archive

| BRC Seminar

We are pleased to announce our upcoming BRC seminar below and would be 
very pleased if you could attend.

Date and time: August 30th(Wed), 16:00 (JST)
Speaker: Dr. Terry Meehan
         Project co-Leader, Mouse Informatics European Molecular Biology 
         Laboratory- European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI)
Title: "The IMPC: A global research infrastructure for understanding the 
        role of genes in human development and disease."
Venue: Moriwaki Hall (BioResource Center Main Building 1F)
Registration not required


| 2017 RIKEN MARC KMPC Mouse Workshop

 RIKEN BRC, Model Animal Research Center (MARC) and Korea Mouse Phenotyping 
Consortium (KMPC) will hold a joint Mouse Workshop "From Breeding Mouse to 
Editing Mouse Genome" at NEST Hotel, Incheon in Korea from August 28th 
through to 29th.


| 4th World Congress of Reproductive Biology 2017

Fourth World Congress of Reproductive Biology 2017 will be held at Okinawa 
Convention Center from September 27th through to 29th. It is our great 
pleasure to invite you to visit our booth during the congress.


| User publications

 The following result has been newly reported by users. We are
honored to introduce new publications to the science community.
Therefore, we look forward to receiving your publications too.

RBRC00144 C57BL/6-Ly-5.1
Uchiyama R, Yonehara S, Taniguchi S, Ishido S, Ishii KJ, 
Tsutsui H. Inflammasome and Fas-Mediated IL-1β Contributes 
to Th17/Th1 Cell Induction in Pathogenic Bacterial Infection 
In Vivo. J. Immunol.; 199(3):1122-1130, 2017.

Yagi M, Kishigami S, Tanaka A, Semi K, Mizutani E, Wakayama S, 
Wakayama T, Yamamoto T, Yamada Y. Derivation of ground-state 
female ES cells maintaining gamete-derived DNA methylation.
Nature, doi: 10.1038/nature23286, 2017.

RBRC00222 SL/Kh
Tsuruyama T. DNA insertion mutations can be predicted by a 
periodic probability function. arXiv:1707.00159, 2017.

RBRC01390 B6.129P2-Nfe2l2<tm1Mym>/MymRbrc [Nrf2 KO mouse/C57BL6J]
Santarino IB, Viegas MS, Domingues NS, Ribeiro AM, Soares MP, 
Vieira OV. Involvement of the p62/NRF2 signal transduction 
pathway on erythrophagocytosis.
Sci. Rep.; 7(1):5812, doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-05687-1, 2017.

RBRC01942 B6;129S2-Creb3l4<tm1Noj> [Tisp40 KO mouse]
Qin C, Xiao C, Su Y, Zheng H, Xu T, Lu J, Luo P, Zhang J.
Tisp40 deficiency attenuates renal ischemia reperfusion 
injury induced apoptosis of tubular epithelial cells.
Exp Cell Res., doi: 10.1016/j.yexcr.2017.07.038, 2017.

RBRC02300 B6.129P2-Pten<tm2Mak> [Pten-flox(C57BL/6), C57BL/6-Pten-flox]
Renault-Mihara F, Mukaino M, Shinozaki M, Kumamaru H, 
Kawase S, Baudoux M, Ishibashi T, Kawabata S, Nishiyama Y, 
Sugai K, Yasutake K, Okada S, Nakamura M, Okano H.
Regulation of RhoA by STAT3 coordinates glial scar formation.
J. Cell Biol., doi: 10.1083/jcb.201610102, 2017.

RBRC02388 B6.129P2-Ly96<tm1Kmiy> [C57BL/6-MD-2 KO]
Wang L, Han J, Shan P, You S, Chen X, Jin Y, Wang J, Huang W, 
Wang Y, Liang G. MD2 Blockage Protects Obesity-Induced Vascular 
Remodeling via Activating AMPK/Nrf2.
Obesity (Silver Spring), doi: 10.1002/oby.21916, 2017.

Takato T, Iwata K, Murakami C, Wada Y, Sakane F.
Chronic administration of myristic acid improves hyperglycaemia 
in the Nagoya-Shibata-Yasuda mouse model of congenital type 2 
diabetes. Diabetologia., doi: 10.1007/s00125-017-4366-4, 2017.

RBRC02975 B6.129S-Atg5<tm1Myok> [Atg5flox]
Shen L, Yang Y, Ou T, Key CC, Tong SH, Sequeira RC, Nelson JM, 
Nie Y, Wang Z, Boudyguina E, Shewale SV, Zhu X.
Dietary PUFAs attenuate NLRP3 inflammasome activation via 
enhancing macrophage autophagy.
J. Lipid Res., doi: 10.1194/jlr.M075879, 2017.

| Newly deposited mouse strains

Dr. Nobuya Sasaki, Kitasato University
RBRC10049  129T.ICGN-Tns2<nph>

Dr. Mika Tsujita, Niigata University
RBRC10053  B6(Cg)-Aqp4<tm1.1Tsna>
RBRC10054  C57BL/6N-Aqp4<tm1Tsna>
RBRC10055  B6(Cg)-Aqp1<tm1.1Tsna>
RBRC10056  C57BL/6N-Aqp1<tm1Tsna>
RBRC10057  B6.Cg-Eif2b5<toy>
RBRC10058  C3H.Cg-Eif2b5<toy>

Dr. Tsukasa Ohmori, Jichi Medical University
RBRC10060  B6.Cg-F8<tm1.1(EGFP)Tsuka>
RBRC10061  B6.Cg-F8<tm1.2(EGFP)Tsuka>
RBRC10062  C57BL/6J-F9<em1Tsuka>

Dr. Susumu Seino, Kobe University
RBRC10082  B6-Kcnj11<tm2.1Sse>


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