Gluco52 QTL Report (Rattus norvegicus) - Rat Genome Database

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QTL: Gluco52 (Glucose level QTL 52) Rattus norvegicus

Symbol: Gluco52
Name: Glucose level QTL 52
RGD ID: 2303586
Trait: blood glucose amount   (VT:0000188)    
Measurement Type: blood glucose level   (CMO:0000046)    
LOD Score: 2.0
P Value: Not Available
Variance: Not Available
Inheritance Type: additive
Position No map positions available.
Cross Type: intercross
Strains Crossed: WKY/NHsd F344/NHsd 

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Clinical Measurement

Experimental Condition

Measurement Method

Vertebrate Trait

Rat Strain
F344/NHsd  (IEA)


References - curated
# Reference Title Reference Citation
1. QTLs registered by Dr. Solberg Woods Personal communication between Dr. Leah Solberg Woods and the RGD curators.
2. Identification of genetic loci involved in diabetes using a rat model of depression. Solberg Woods LC, etal., Mamm Genome. 2009 Aug 22.
Related QTLs

Related QTL Description Reference
Niddm30 maps to same region RGD:2312611


Markers in Region
The following Markers overlap with this region.    Full Report CSV TAB Printer Gviewer
RGD IDSymbolExpected SizeChrStartStopSpeciesMatch
Position Markers

Peak: (D5Rat157)
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)Source
RH 3.4 Map5716.1RGD
RH 3.4 Map5716.1UniSTS
RH 2.0 Map5706.9RGD
SHRSP x BN Map563.7699RGD

Additional Information

RGD Curation Notes
Note Type Note Reference
qtl_cross_type intercross  
qtl_general software used: ANOVA 2312611
qtl_general number of animals used: 486 F2 animals 2312611
qtl_general females have lower postprandial glucose levels than males 2312611
qtl_general WKY locus responsible for increased glucose level 2312611
qtl_general measurement method: blood was collected from animals that were kept in restraint tubes at 15 weeks of age and post-restraint glucose level was determined; 2 weeks later animals were fasted overnight and glucose tolerance test was done; glucose oxidase method was used to determine the glucose content 2312611