Physiological and genetic analyses of inbred mouse strains with a type I iodothyronine 5' deiodinase deficiency.
Chromosome-Mapping, Gene-Expression, Genes-Structural, Iodide-Peroxidase: df, Kidney: en, Linkage-(Genetics), Mice, Mice-Inbred-Strains: ph, Microsomes-Liver: en, Restriction-Fragment-Length-Polymorphisms, RNA-Messenger: ge, SUPPORT-NON-U-S-GOVT, SUPPORT-U-S-GOVT-P-H-S, Thyroid-Hormones: me
J Clin Invest 1993 Sep;92(3):1517-28
DK36256/DK/NIDDK, GM18684/GM/NIGMS, CA33093/CA/NCI
Inbred mouse strains differ in their capacity to deiodinate iododioxin and iodothyronines, with strains segregating into high or low activity groups. Metabolism of iododioxin occurs via the type I iodothyronine 5'deiodinase (5'DI), one of two enzymes that metabolize thyroxine (T4) to 3,5,3'-triiodothyronine (T3). Recombinant inbred strains derived from crosses between high and low activity strains exhibit segregation characteristic of a single allele difference. Hepatic and renal 5'DI mRNA in a high (C57BL/6J) and low (C3H/HeJ) strain paralleled enzyme activity and concentration, in agreement with a recent report. 5'DI-deficient mice had twofold higher serum free T4 but normal free T3 and thyrotropin. Brown adipose tissue 5'DII was invariant between the two strains. Southern analyses using a 5'DI probe identified a restriction fragment length variant that segregated with 5'DI activity in 33 of 35 recombinant inbred strains derived from four different pairs of high and low activity parental strains. Recombination frequencies using previously mapped loci allowed assignment of the 5'DI gene to mouse chromosome 4 and identified its approximate chromosomal position. We propose the symbol Dio1 to denote the mouse 5'DI gene. Conserved linkage between this segment of mouse chromosome 4 and human HSA1p predicts this location for human Dio1.
Berry, M J.; Grieco, D; Taylor, B A.; Maia, A L.; Kieffer, J D.; Beamer, W; Glover, E; Poland, A; and Larsen, P R., " Physiological and genetic analyses of inbred mouse strains with a type I iodothyronine 5' deiodinase deficiency." (1993). Faculty Research 1990 - 1999. 421.