This page introduces cardiovascular related phenotypes present in mouse lines produced by the IMPC. The cardiovascular system refers to the observable morphological and physiological characteristics of the mammalian heart, blood vessels, or circulatory system that are manifested through development and lifespan.
In order to identify the function of genes, the consortium uses a series of standardised protocols as described in IMPReSS (International Mouse Phenotyping Resource of Standardised Screens).
Heart and vascular function/physiology are measured through several procedures like echocardiography and electrocardiogram and non-invasive blood pressure. Cardiovascular system morphology is assessed through macroscopic and microscopic measurements, like heart weight, gross pathology and gross morphology in both embryo and adult animals. A complete list of protocols and related phenotypes are presented in the table below. Links to impress are provided for more details on the procedure.
Procedures that can lead to relevant phenotype associations
- Echo BCMLA v1 , HRWLLA v1 , NINGLA v1 , HMGULA v1 , ICSLA v1 , IMPC v1
- Electrocardiogram (ECG) HMGULA v1 , JAXLA v2 , BCMLA v2 , IMPC v2 , HRWLLA v2 , TCPLA v2 , ICSLA v2 , JAXLA v1 , IMPC v1 , RBRCLA v1 , KMPCLA v2 , UCDLA v2 , HRWLLA v1
- Eye Morphology IMPC v1 , TCPLA v2 , JAXLA v2 , IMPC v2 , RBRCLA v1 , HRWLLA v1 , HAS v2 , JAXLA v1 , KMPCLA v1 , UCDLA v2 , BCMLA v1 , NINGLA v1 , ICSLA v2 , HRWLLA v2
- Gross Pathology and Tissue Collection IMPC v2 , IMPC v1 , NINGLA v2 , TCPLA v2 , JAXLA v2 , UCDLA v2 , HMGULA v2 , ICSLA v2 , RBRCLA v2 , KMPCLA v2 , BCMLA v2 , HRWLLA v2
- Heart Dissection M-G-P v1
- Heart Weight IMPC v1 , ICSLA v1 , KMPCLA v1 , JAXLA v1 , TCPLA v1 , NINGLA v1 , BCMLA v1
- Heart weight/tibia length ESLIM v1
- Indirect ophthalmoscopy HAS v1 , ESLIM v1
- Non-Invasive blood pressure ESLIM v1
- Ophthalmoscope M-G-P v1
- Organ Weight HRWL v1 , UCD v1 , HRWLLA v1
- Slit Lamp M-G-P v1 , HAROLD v1 , ESLIM v1 , HAS v1
- Gross Morphology Embryo E12.5 IMPC v1 , IMPC v3 , IMPC v2
- Gross Morphology Embryo E14.5-E15.5 IMPC v3 , IMPC v1 , IMPC v2
- Gross Morphology Embryo E18.5 IMPC v3 , IMPC v1 , IMPC v2
- Gross Morphology Embryo E9.5 IMPC v3 , IMPC v2 , IMPC v1
- Gross Morphology Placenta E12.5 IMPC v1
- Gross Morphology Placenta E14.5-E15.5 IMPC v1
- Gross Morphology Placenta E18.5 IMPC v1
- Gross Morphology Placenta E9.5 IMPC v1
- Histopathology Embryo E9.5 IMPC v1
This graph shows genes with a significant effect on at least one cardiovascular system phenotype.
The following diagram represents the various biological system phenotypes associations for genes linked to cardiovascular system phenotypes. The line thickness is correlated with the strength of the association.
Clicking on chosen phenotype(s) on the diagram allow to select common genes. Corresponding gene lists can be downloaded using the download icon.
Gene KO effect comparator for Cardiovascular system continuous parameters
The parallel coordinates viewer allows to compare variation across parameters for a particular mouse line, as well as across lines, for continous parameters.
The values displayed are the genotype effect. The measurement values are corrected to account for batch effects to represent the true genotype effect, thus allowing a side-by-side comparison.
Use this interactive graph and table:
- Drag your mouse pointer on any parameter axis to select a region of interest and highlight the relevant mouse lines in the chart. The associated gene/s will be automatically filtered for in the gene table below.
- You can click on a line to highlight it. The associated gene will be automatically filtered for in the gene table below.
- You can filter by procedure. You can learn more about the parameters by searching for them in IMPReSS
- Click on any row in the gene table to highlight the corresponding values in the graph above. Clicking on the gene name will open the associated gene page.
- When you select a gene row, the parameter name in the graph will change to bold if genotype is significant.
- Reload page to return to the default view.