We recently reported a method for generating homozygous mutant ES cell bank readily applicable for phenotypic analyses (Horie et al., Nature Methods, 2011).
Following is the list of homozygous mutant ES cells that are currently available to the scientific community. We plan to expand this list in the future. We are in the process of registering our cell lines at the International Gene Trap Consortium (IGTC) through the Exchangeable Gene Trap Clones (EGTC) database at Kumamoto University.
[Homozygous mutant ES cells]
Following is the database of the heterozygous mutant ES cells described in our paper (Horie et al., Nature Methods, 2011).
[Heterozygous mutant ES cells]