Research Models

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1 Models

Name Other Names Strain Name Genetic Background Gene Mutation Modification Info Modification Disease Neuropathology Behavior/Cognition Other Phenotype Availability Primary Paper Visualization
Mouse Models (1)
C57BL/6J APP APP KM670/671NL (Swedish), APP T714I (Austrian) Transgene-expressing mutant APP with the Swedish mutation (K670N/M671L) and the Austrian mutation (T714I) under the control of the Thy1.2 promoter. APP: Transgenic Alzheimer's Disease Progressive amyloid deposition in the cerebral cortex by approximately 9-12 months. Unknown. Optogenetic stimulation induced epileptic seizures. Unknown Yamada et al., 2009 Yes

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Phenotypes Examined

  • Plaques
  • Tangles
  • Neuronal Loss
  • Gliosis
  • Synaptic Loss
  • Changes in LTP/LTD
  • Cognitive Impairment

When visualized, these phenotypes will distributed over a 18 month timeline demarcated at the following intervals: 3mo, 6mo, 9mo, 1yr, 15mo, 18mo+.

A7 APP transgenic

Observed
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    Plaques at 39

    These mice develop progressive amyloid deposition in the cerebral cortex by 9-12 months. By 21 months of age amyloid pathology is extensive.

Absent
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  • Gliosis at

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  • Changes in LTP/LTD at

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  • Cognitive Impairment at

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Genes Mutations Modification Disease Neuropathology Behavior/Cognition
APP APP KM670/671NL (Swedish), APP T714I (Austrian) APP: Transgenic Alzheimer's Disease

Progressive amyloid deposition in the cerebral cortex by approximately 9-12 months.

Unknown.

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