Available Strain Details

Strain Information
Common Strain Name: Tgfbr2 flox (FVB) Pricing and Ordering Information
Strain Nomenclature: FVB.129S6-Tgfbr2tm1Hlm/Nci
Animal State: Cryoarchived Strains
Release Category (Required for MTA form): B1,D


Strain Description: This is a conditional allele in which exon 2 of the TGF-beta type II receptor (Tgfbr2) gene was flanked by a LoxP site (Chytil et al., 2002). Homozygous mice are fertile and phenotypically normal. This strain has been used to inactivate the Tgfbr2 gene in various tissues and cell types.
Mutation Information
Mutation Type: Targeted
Gene Name: transforming growth factor, beta receptor II
Gene Symbol: Tgfbr2
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Current Genetic Background: FVB.129S6
Approx. Generation:
Organ Site: Various
Additional Information
Cryopreservation Mating Scheme: FVB females x heterozygous males
Genotyping Information: Protocol 1: Allele: Tgfbr2<tm1Hlm>
Donating Investigator: Harold L. Moses

Key Reference: Chytil A, Magnuson MA, Wright CVE, Moses HL. Conditional inactivation of the TGF-beta type II receptor using Cre:Lox. Genesis 32, 73-75, 2002. PMID: 11857781. [Pubmed Abstract]

Related Reference: Cheng N, Bhowmick NA, Chytil A, Gorksa AE, Brown KA, Muraoka R, Arteaga CL, Neilson EG, Hayward SW, Moses HL. Loss of TGF-beta type II receptor in fibroblasts promotes mammary carcinoma growth and invasion through upregulation of TGF-alpha-, MSP- and HGF-mediated signaling networks. Oncogene 24, 5053-68, 2005. PMID: 15856015. [Pubmed Abstract]

Forrester E, Chytil A, Bierie B, Aakre M, Gorska AE, Sharif-Afshar AR, Muller WJ, Moses HL. Effect of conditional knockout of the type II TGF-beta receptor gene in mammary epithelia on mammary gland development and polyomavirus middle T antigen induced tumor formation and metastasis. Cancer Research 65, 2296-302, 2005. PMID: 15781643. [Pubmed Abstract]

Romero-Gallo J, Sozmen EG, Chytil A, Russell WE, Whitehead R, Parks WT, Holdren MS, Her MF, Gautam S, Magnuson M, Moses HL, Grady WM. Inactivation of TGF-beta signaling in hepatocytes results in an increased proliferative response after partial hepatectomy. Oncogene 24, 3028-41, 2005. PMID: 15735717. [Pubmed Abstract]