A suite of transgenic driver and reporter mouse lines with enhanced brain cell type targeting and functionality
Tanya L. Daigle,
Travis A. Hage,
Matthew T. Valley,
Rylan S. Larsen,
Marc M Takeno,
Lucas T. Graybuck,
Karla E. Hirokawa,
Julie A. Harris,
Douglas R. Ollerenshaw,
Christopher A. Baker,
Jonathan T Ting,
Michael Z. Lin,
Edward S. Boyden,
Nuno da Costa,
Posted 25 Nov 2017
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/224881 (published DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2018.06.035)
Posted 25 Nov 2017
Modern genetic approaches are powerful in providing access to diverse types of neurons within the mammalian brain and greatly facilitating the study of their function. We here report a large set of driver and reporter transgenic mouse lines, including 23 new driver lines targeting a variety of cortical and subcortical cell populations and 26 new reporter lines expressing an array of molecular tools. In particular, we describe the TIGRE2.0 transgenic platform and introduce Cre-dependent reporter lines that enable optical physiology, optogenetics, and sparse labeling of genetically-defined cell populations. TIGRE2.0 reporters broke the barrier in transgene expression level of single-copy targeted-insertion transgenesis in a wide range of neuronal types, along with additional advantage of a simplified breeding strategy compared to our first-generation TIGRE lines. These novel transgenic lines greatly expand the repertoire of high-precision genetic tools available to effectively identify, monitor, and manipulate distinct cell types in the mouse brain.
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