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Term:abnormal preputial gland morphology
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Definition:any structural anomaly of the paired, lobulated, modified sebaceous glands located in the inguinal region adjacent to the penis and vagina, with pheromonal functions in male rodents; in males, the preputial gland empties into the preputial cavity and in females, the preputial (aka clitoral) gland duct empties into the clitoral fossa


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Edaradd EDAR-associated death domain JBrowse link 17 90,802,280 90,843,476 RGD:14398762
G EdaraddswhKyo EDAR-associated death domain;swh Kyo mutant RGD:14398762

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  mammalian phenotype 4926
    reproductive system phenotype 72
      abnormal reproductive system morphology 51
        abnormal sex gland morphology 32
          abnormal preputial gland morphology 3
            abnormal female preputial gland morphology + 0
            abnormal male preputial gland morphology + 3
            squamous metaplasia of preputial gland 0
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  mammalian phenotype 4926
    endocrine/exocrine gland phenotype 280
      abnormal gland morphology 227
        abnormal exocrine gland morphology 83
          abnormal holocrine gland morphology 3
            abnormal sebaceous gland morphology 3
              abnormal preputial gland morphology 3
                abnormal female preputial gland morphology + 0
                abnormal male preputial gland morphology + 3
                squamous metaplasia of preputial gland 0
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