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Cite this (WB Cat# IE33960, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE33960)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE33960
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00261559(ttTi33960)
Availability: live
Reference: WBPaper00040752, WBPaper00028894
Notes: other notes: For further information and strain requests please visit http://ums3421.univ-lyon1.fr/"|"Hermaphrodites carrying both the Mos1 transposon substrate and transposase extrachromosomal arrays were subjected to a heat-shock to induce transposase expression. Five days later, progeny of the F1 at the L4 stage carrying the Mos1 substrate array were singled. After a further 5 days of culture, worms of the F3 generation were transferred to fresh plates and 3 days later a single F4 worm that did not carry the Mos1 substrate array was transferred to a fresh plate. These worms were allowed to reproduce to give the F6 generation that was then subject to molecular characterization

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Cite this (WB Cat# IE66, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE66)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE66
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00253133(ttTi66)
Availability: live
Reference: WBPaper00028894, WBPaper00040752
Notes: other notes: For further information and strain requests please visit http://ums3421.univ-lyon1.fr/"|"Hermaphrodites carrying both the Mos1 transposon substrate and transposase extrachromosomal arrays were subjected to a heat-shock to induce transposase expression. Five days later, progeny of the F1 at the L4 stage carrying the Mos1 substrate array were singled. After a further 5 days of culture, worms of the F3 generation were transferred to fresh plates and 3 days later a single F4 worm that did not carry the Mos1 substrate array was transferred to a fresh plate. These worms were allowed to reproduce to give the F6 generation that was then subject to molecular characterization

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Cite this (WB Cat# IE4070, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE4070)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE4070
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00254334(ttTi4070)
Availability: live
Reference: WBPaper00028894, WBPaper00040752
Notes: other notes: For further information and strain requests please visit http://ums3421.univ-lyon1.fr/"|"Hermaphrodites carrying both the Mos1 transposon substrate and transposase extrachromosomal arrays were subjected to a heat-shock to induce transposase expression. Five days later, progeny of the F1 at the L4 stage carrying the Mos1 substrate array were singled. After a further 5 days of culture, worms of the F3 generation were transferred to fresh plates and 3 days later a single F4 worm that did not carry the Mos1 substrate array was transferred to a fresh plate. These worms were allowed to reproduce to give the F6 generation that was then subject to molecular characterization

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Cite this (WB Cat# ERC9, RRID:WB-STRAIN:ERC9)

Source Database: WB, catalog # ERC9
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00006843(unc-119)
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00145093(ed3)
Availability: live
Reference: WBPaper00051302
Notes:

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Cite this (WB Cat# VC2428, RRID:WB-STRAIN:VC2428)

Source Database: WB, catalog # VC2428
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00008205(sams-1)
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00094035(ok2946)
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes: mutagen: EMS; outcrossed: x1; other notes: C49F5.1. External left primer: AGGACTTGCGAGAGTACGGA. External right primer: CTTGAGAGCTTTTGGCTGCT. Internal left primer: AGTGAATCTGTGTCCGAGGG. Internal right primer: GGGAACTCAGAGTGACCGAA. Internal WT amplicon: 1248 bp. Deletion size: 707 bp. Deletion left flank: TAGCTTGTTTCAATGTTTTTGTTCAGGATT. Deletion right flank: TCGGAACTTCCCCACTCACCGACGAAGAGC."|"This strain was provided by the C. elegans Reverse Genetics Core Facility at the University of British Columbia, which is part of the international C. elegans Gene Knockout Consortium, which should be acknowledged in any publications resulting from its use.

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Cite this (WB Cat# VC40550, RRID:WB-STRAIN:VC40550)

Source Database: WB, catalog # VC40550
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00604341(gk688775)|WBVar00605549(gk688776)|WBVar00605719(gk688777)|WBVar00606546(gk688778)|WBVar00611000(gk688779)|WBVar00611859(gk688780)|WBVar00613735(gk688781)|WBVar00614310(gk688782)|WBVar00614790(gk688783)|WBVar00615376(gk688784)|WBVar00616275(gk688785)|WBVar00618946(gk688786)|WBVar00623087(gk688787)|WBVar00624150(gk688788)|WBVar00630924(gk688789)|WBVar00635711(gk688790)|WBVar00636350(gk688791)|WBVar00637569(gk688792)|WBVar00640131(gk688793)|WBVar00642605(gk688794)|WBVar00642626(gk688795)|WBVar00645244(gk688796)|WBVar00646144(gk688797)|WBVar00647652(gk688798)|WBVar00654396(gk688799)|WBVar00654476(gk688800)|WBVar00654934(gk688801)|WBVar00655529(gk688802)|WBVar00655839(gk688803)|WBVar00657970(gk688804)|WBVar00660179(gk688805)|WBVar00661386(gk688806)|WBVar00663637(gk688807)|WBVar00665351(gk688808)|WBVar00668029(gk688809)|WBVar00669596(gk688810)|WBVar00670843(gk688811)|WBVar00671221(gk688812)|WBVar00674547(gk688813)|WBVar00674582(gk688814)|WBVar00684916(gk688815)|WBVar00693091(gk688816)|WBVar00694362(gk688817)|WBVar00694706(gk688818)|WBVar00697137(gk688819)|WBVar00700059(gk688820)|WBVar00702670(gk688821)|WBVar00703081(gk688822)|WBVar00703466(gk688823)|WBVar00713078(gk688824)|WBVar00714658(gk688825)|WBVar00716831(gk688826)|WBVar00717652(gk688827)|WBVar00720707(gk688828)|WBVar00725128(gk688829)|WBVar00731799(gk688830)|WBVar00738325(gk688831)|WBVar00739428(gk688832)|WBVar00741929(gk688833)|WBVar00742807(gk688834)|WBVar00744361(gk688835)|WBVar00752196(gk688836)|WBVar00761151(gk688837)|WBVar00764297(gk688838)|WBVar00764883(gk688839)|WBVar00765930(gk688840)|WBVar00771951(gk688841)|WBVar00773053(gk688842)|WBVar00773902(gk688843)|WBVar00776442(gk688844)|WBVar00777454(gk688845)|WBVar00777923(gk688846)|WBVar00778197(gk688847)|WBVar00778743(gk688848)|WBVar00782603(gk688849)|WBVar00782674(gk688850)|WBVar00793985(gk688851)|WBVar00800284(gk688852)|WBVar00800970(gk688853)|WBVar00807369(gk688854)|WBVar00809057(gk688855)|WBVar00814269(gk688856)|WBVar00815728(gk688857)|WBVar00830989(gk688858)|WBVar00836756(gk688859)|WBVar00841808(gk688860)|WBVar00841809(gk688861)|WBVar00842522(gk688862)|WBVar00850656(gk688863)|WBVar00865809(gk688864)|WBVar00867499(gk688865)|WBVar00868191(gk688866)|WBVar00869702(gk688867)|WBVar00878199(gk688868)|WBVar00879771(gk688869)|WBVar00880951(gk688870)|WBVar00881324(gk688871)|WBVar00881830(gk688872)|WBVar00882655(gk688873)|WBVar00885930(gk688874)|WBVar00887854(gk688875)|WBVar00892302(gk688876)|WBVar00892374(gk688877)|WBVar00892524(gk688878)|WBVar00896071(gk688879)|WBVar00896184(gk688880)|WBVar00896668(gk688881)|WBVar00896896(gk688882)|WBVar00897661(gk688883)|WBVar00899940(gk688884)|WBVar00908205(gk688885)|WBVar00909173(gk688886)|WBVar00910938(gk688887)|WBVar00919842(gk688888)|WBVar00920286(gk688889)|WBVar00920561(gk688890)|WBVar00922226(gk688891)|WBVar00922322(gk688892)|WBVar00929182(gk688893)|WBVar00932260(gk688894)|WBVar00933079(gk688895)|WBVar00935016(gk688896)|WBVar00937222(gk688897)|WBVar00939788(gk688898)|WBVar00946292(gk688899)|WBVar00949514(gk688900)|WBVar00955321(gk688901)|WBVar00955994(gk688902)|WBVar00956786(gk688903)|WBVar00956888(gk688904)|WBVar00961763(gk688905)|WBVar00965100(gk688906)|WBVar00967675(gk688907)|WBVar00969358(gk688908)|WBVar00970333(gk688909)|WBVar00973806(gk688910)|WBVar00975920(gk688911)|WBVar00980688(gk688912)|WBVar00982343(gk688913)|WBVar00985163(gk688914)|WBVar00987056(gk688915)|WBVar00989532(gk688916)|WBVar01008237(gk688917)|WBVar01016838(gk688918)|WBVar01019312(gk688919)|WBVar01026080(gk688920)|WBVar01030352(gk688921)|WBVar01074626(gk688922)|WBVar01077132(gk688923)|WBVar01077211(gk688924)|WBVar01077214(gk688925)|WBVar01079395(gk688926)|WBVar01079888(gk688927)|WBVar01081102(gk688928)|WBVar01081649(gk688929)|WBVar01083433(gk688930)|WBVar01089790(gk688931)|WBVar01092794(gk688932)|WBVar01096974(gk688933)|WBVar01099752(gk688934)|WBVar01100292(gk688935)|WBVar01109975(gk688936)|WBVar01111844(gk688937)|WBVar01112285(gk688938)|WBVar01114163(gk688939)|WBVar01116205(gk688940)|WBVar01116318(gk688941)|WBVar01116472(gk688942)|WBVar01117935(gk688943)|WBVar01119526(gk688944)|WBVar01121801(gk688945)|WBVar01122402(gk688946)|WBVar01122892(gk688947)|WBVar01126263(gk688948)|WBVar01126604(gk688949)|WBVar01127193(gk688950)|WBVar01128404(gk688951)|WBVar01134455(gk688952)|WBVar01138030(gk688953)|WBVar01141541(gk688954)|WBVar01143199(gk688955)|WBVar01143820(gk688956)|WBVar01150146(gk688957)|WBVar01151819(gk688958)|WBVar01153688(gk688959)|WBVar01154470(gk688960)|WBVar01154718(gk688961)|WBVar01155007(gk688962)|WBVar01160267(gk688963)|WBVar01161297(gk688964)|WBVar01162991(gk688965)|WBVar01164447(gk688966)|WBVar01168004(gk688967)|WBVar01168259(gk688968)|WBVar01169385(gk688969)|WBVar01169977(gk688970)|WBVar01170308(gk688971)|WBVar01171390(gk688972)|WBVar01172673(gk688973)|WBVar01173447(gk688974)|WBVar01176606(gk688975)|WBVar01177227(gk688976)|WBVar01182769(gk688977)|WBVar01184201(gk688978)|WBVar01186171(gk688979)|WBVar01186199(gk688980)|WBVar01187610(gk688981)|WBVar01188955(gk688982)|WBVar01189274(gk688983)|WBVar01189497(gk688984)|WBVar01191258(gk688985)|WBVar01191675(gk688986)|WBVar01192314(gk688987)|WBVar01192609(gk688988)|WBVar01194873(gk688989)|WBVar01194963(gk688990)|WBVar01197857(gk688991)|WBVar01199089(gk688992)|WBVar01199490(gk688993)|WBVar01200415(gk688994)|WBVar01200537(gk688995)|WBVar01201813(gk688996)|WBVar01201851(gk688997)|WBVar01204065(gk688998)|WBVar01204925(gk688999)|WBVar01205378(gk689000)|WBVar01211555(gk689001)|WBVar01212369(gk689002)|WBVar01213393(gk689003)|WBVar01213394(gk689004)|WBVar01213929(gk689005)|WBVar01216207(gk689006)|WBVar01216618(gk689007)|WBVar01216784(gk689008)|WBVar01220186(gk689009)|WBVar01221132(gk689010)|WBVar01228814(gk689011)|WBVar01228818(gk689012)|WBVar01229209(gk689013)|WBVar01478283(gk942542)|WBVar01486266(gk950526)|WBVar01488550(gk952813)|WBVar01497051(gk961314)|WBVar01498073(gk962336)
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes: mutagen: EMS+ENU; outcrossed: x0; other notes: Made_by: Vancouver KO Group"|"Million Mutation Project strain. This strain was isolated after EMS+ENU mutagenesis of VC2010, propagated clonally through F10 to drive mutations to homozygosity, and subjected to whole-genome sequencing. It is homozygous for a large number of mutations determined from sequence data. It may also carry large copy number variations that are not homozygous. Alleles numbered between gk100000 and gk962522 are homozygous; those numbered from gk962523 up should be assumed to be non-homozygous. A graphical representation of these large copy number differences can be seen in the Plot section for each strain on the MMP web site ( URL: genome.sfu.ca/mmp/)."|"This strain was provided by the C. elegans Reverse Genetics Core Facility at the University of British Columbia, which is part of the international C. elegans Gene Knockout Consortium, which should be acknowledged in any publications resulting from its use.

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Cite this (WB Cat# MY399, RRID:WB-STRAIN:MY399)

Source Database: WB, catalog # MY399
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration:
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes: other notes: species confirmed by crossing experiments

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Cite this (WB Cat# MT5044, RRID:WB-STRAIN:MT5044)

Source Database: WB, catalog # MT5044
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00000469(ces-2)
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00089714(n732)
Availability: live
Reference: WBPaper00001433
Notes: mutagen: EMS; outcrossed: x5; other notes: Made_by: C. Trent/N.Tsung"|"Sister cells of NSM neurons fail to undergo programmed cell death. Other cell deaths unaffected. 60% penetrance at 25C; 10% penetrance at 15C.

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Cite this (WB Cat# JA1284, RRID:WB-STRAIN:JA1284)

Source Database: WB, catalog # JA1284
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00002016(hsp-16.2), WBGene00002018(hsp-16.41)
Genomic Alteration:
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes:

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Cite this (WB Cat# BC10981, RRID:WB-STRAIN:BC10981)

Source Database: WB, catalog # BC10981
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00001067(dpy-5), WBGene00022154(drag-1)
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00143587(e907)
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes: outcrossed: x0; other notes: Made_by: Baillie Lab"|"sEx10981 [rCes Y71G12B.16::GFP + pCeh361]. Maintain by picking WT. WT animals are GFP+. Strain construction supported by Genome British Columbia and Genome Canada. Please acknowledge McKay et al, Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 68: 159-169 2004 (WBPaper00006525).

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Cite this (WB Cat# MJ70, RRID:WB-STRAIN:MJ70)

Source Database: WB, catalog # MJ70
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00001263(emb-9)
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00087775(hc70)
Availability: live
Reference: WBPaper00014513, WBPaper00000449
Notes: mutagen: EMS; outcrossed: x2; other notes: Made_by: Miwa J"|"Temperature sensitive egg lethal. Maintain at 15C. Some growth at 20C, no growth at 25C.

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Cite this (WB Cat# BB95, RRID:WB-STRAIN:BB95)

Source Database: WB, catalog # BB95
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00000939(dcr-1)
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00091550(ok247)
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes: outcrossed: x3; other notes: uuEx21 [dcr-1(G492R) + dpy-30::mCherry]. Temperature-sensitive, sterile at 25C. Reference: Welker N, et al. (2010) RNA 16:893-903.

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Cite this (WB Cat# VC30198, RRID:WB-STRAIN:VC30198)

Source Database: WB, catalog # VC30198
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00604517(gk435606)|WBVar00604891(gk435607)|WBVar00605146(gk435608)|WBVar00605147(gk435609)|WBVar00605149(gk435610)|WBVar00609388(gk435611)|WBVar00614344(gk435612)|WBVar00622347(gk435613)|WBVar00624877(gk435614)|WBVar00627873(gk435615)|WBVar00628846(gk435616)|WBVar00629142(gk435617)|WBVar00629858(gk435618)|WBVar00630311(gk435619)|WBVar00631086(gk435620)|WBVar00634759(gk435621)|WBVar00635759(gk435622)|WBVar00637295(gk435623)|WBVar00639325(gk435624)|WBVar00640149(gk435625)|WBVar00643640(gk435626)|WBVar00645436(gk435627)|WBVar00646818(gk435628)|WBVar00647743(gk435629)|WBVar00648354(gk435630)|WBVar00651868(gk435631)|WBVar00652052(gk435632)|WBVar00658113(gk435633)|WBVar00659434(gk435634)|WBVar00661061(gk435635)|WBVar00665021(gk435636)|WBVar00666308(gk435637)|WBVar00668285(gk435638)|WBVar00669288(gk435639)|WBVar00671336(gk435640)|WBVar00672955(gk435641)|WBVar00676685(gk435642)|WBVar00679474(gk435643)|WBVar00680679(gk435644)|WBVar00680882(gk435645)|WBVar00681886(gk435646)|WBVar00684041(gk435647)|WBVar00685419(gk435648)|WBVar00685473(gk435649)|WBVar00686609(gk435650)|WBVar00689793(gk435651)|WBVar00690516(gk435652)|WBVar00690517(gk435653)|WBVar00694739(gk435654)|WBVar00694961(gk435655)|WBVar00694962(gk435656)|WBVar00694964(gk435657)|WBVar00694971(gk435658)|WBVar00695282(gk435659)|WBVar00697308(gk435660)|WBVar00697905(gk435661)|WBVar00703099(gk435662)|WBVar00704081(gk435663)|WBVar00704811(gk435664)|WBVar00705824(gk435665)|WBVar00708027(gk435666)|WBVar00711842(gk435667)|WBVar00712709(gk435668)|WBVar00716863(gk435669)|WBVar00721557(gk435670)|WBVar00722852(gk435671)|WBVar00723174(gk435672)|WBVar00724074(gk435673)|WBVar00725054(gk435674)|WBVar00725055(gk435675)|WBVar00725056(gk435676)|WBVar00729280(gk435677)|WBVar00730828(gk435678)|WBVar00734689(gk435679)|WBVar00734767(gk435680)|WBVar00739858(gk435681)|WBVar00740349(gk435682)|WBVar00742661(gk435683)|WBVar00744918(gk435684)|WBVar00745575(gk435685)|WBVar00750977(gk435686)|WBVar00751309(gk435687)|WBVar00754170(gk435688)|WBVar00754720(gk435689)|WBVar00755401(gk435690)|WBVar00758219(gk435691)|WBVar00758884(gk435692)|WBVar00759772(gk435693)|WBVar00760786(gk435694)|WBVar00764126(gk435695)|WBVar00765503(gk435696)|WBVar00768589(gk435697)|WBVar00771790(gk435698)|WBVar00772263(gk435699)|WBVar00775388(gk435700)|WBVar00777128(gk435701)|WBVar00785752(gk435702)|WBVar00787454(gk435703)|WBVar00787888(gk435704)|WBVar00788095(gk435705)|WBVar00789034(gk435706)|WBVar00789985(gk435707)|WBVar00791497(gk435708)|WBVar00800088(gk435709)|WBVar00800170(gk435710)|WBVar00802623(gk435711)|WBVar00802782(gk435712)|WBVar00806019(gk435713)|WBVar00808650(gk435714)|WBVar00812962(gk435715)|WBVar00816228(gk435716)|WBVar00817433(gk435717)|WBVar00817436(gk435718)|WBVar00817840(gk435719)|WBVar00818534(gk435720)|WBVar00818759(gk435721)|WBVar00820012(gk435722)|WBVar00822251(gk435723)|WBVar00824402(gk435724)|WBVar00824565(gk435725)|WBVar00824981(gk435726)|WBVar00825335(gk435727)|WBVar00825878(gk435728)|WBVar00831323(gk435729)|WBVar00831324(gk435730)|WBVar00833126(gk435731)|WBVar00833294(gk435732)|WBVar00834589(gk435733)|WBVar00836380(gk435734)|WBVar00836674(gk435735)|WBVar00844295(gk435736)|WBVar00846242(gk435737)|WBVar00846244(gk435738)|WBVar00846245(gk435739)|WBVar00849602(gk435740)|WBVar00850260(gk435741)|WBVar00850382(gk435742)|WBVar00850387(gk435743)|WBVar00853481(gk435744)|WBVar00854854(gk435745)|WBVar00855812(gk435746)|WBVar00856317(gk435747)|WBVar00859458(gk435748)|WBVar00862627(gk435749)|WBVar00862830(gk435750)|WBVar00871210(gk435751)|WBVar00871296(gk435752)|WBVar00872201(gk435753)|WBVar00876012(gk435754)|WBVar00877641(gk435755)|WBVar00877951(gk435756)|WBVar00881579(gk435757)|WBVar00886275(gk435758)|WBVar00891387(gk435759)|WBVar00892697(gk435760)|WBVar00893447(gk435761)|WBVar00898043(gk435762)|WBVar00898226(gk435763)|WBVar00899305(gk435764)|WBVar00900703(gk435765)|WBVar00900789(gk435766)|WBVar00901650(gk435767)|WBVar00901692(gk435768)|WBVar00904493(gk435769)|WBVar00907313(gk435770)|WBVar00908133(gk435771)|WBVar00912161(gk435772)|WBVar00912810(gk435773)|WBVar00915163(gk435774)|WBVar00916195(gk435775)|WBVar00917187(gk435776)|WBVar00917857(gk435777)|WBVar00922414(gk435778)|WBVar00925293(gk435779)|WBVar00928938(gk435780)|WBVar00929296(gk435781)|WBVar00929449(gk435782)|WBVar00929946(gk435783)|WBVar00932500(gk435784)|WBVar00935388(gk435785)|WBVar00938676(gk435786)|WBVar00939021(gk435787)|WBVar00939358(gk435788)|WBVar00942632(gk435789)|WBVar00944993(gk435790)|WBVar00945613(gk435791)|WBVar00945617(gk435792)|WBVar00950612(gk435793)|WBVar00953877(gk435794)|WBVar00954457(gk435795)|WBVar00957906(gk435796)|WBVar00958054(gk435797)|WBVar00958879(gk435798)|WBVar00964577(gk435799)|WBVar00967981(gk435800)|WBVar00968159(gk435801)|WBVar00969160(gk435802)|WBVar00970066(gk435803)|WBVar00970485(gk435804)|WBVar00975607(gk435805)|WBVar00975742(gk435806)|WBVar00977042(gk435807)|WBVar00982091(gk435808)|WBVar00989013(gk435809)|WBVar00989681(gk435810)|WBVar00994788(gk435811)|WBVar00995844(gk435812)|WBVar01000225(gk435813)|WBVar01002221(gk435814)|WBVar01006138(gk435815)|WBVar01007489(gk435816)|WBVar01010392(gk435817)|WBVar01017025(gk435818)|WBVar01017375(gk435819)|WBVar01017460(gk435820)|WBVar01019207(gk435821)|WBVar01025552(gk435822)|WBVar01025668(gk435823)|WBVar01025669(gk435824)|WBVar01026562(gk435825)|WBVar01026828(gk435826)|WBVar01027095(gk435827)|WBVar01037560(gk435828)|WBVar01038159(gk435829)|WBVar01041761(gk435830)|WBVar01046639(gk435831)|WBVar01049219(gk435832)|WBVar01049760(gk435833)|WBVar01049761(gk435834)|WBVar01054524(gk435835)|WBVar01054768(gk435836)|WBVar01055256(gk435837)|WBVar01059886(gk435838)|WBVar01062598(gk435839)|WBVar01063258(gk435840)|WBVar01065636(gk435841)|WBVar01066917(gk435842)|WBVar01067305(gk435843)|WBVar01068861(gk435844)|WBVar01069438(gk435845)|WBVar01073983(gk435846)|WBVar01076080(gk435847)|WBVar01076637(gk435848)|WBVar01076713(gk435849)|WBVar01078238(gk435850)|WBVar01079991(gk435851)|WBVar01082201(gk435852)|WBVar01082777(gk435853)|WBVar01089980(gk435854)|WBVar01090909(gk435855)|WBVar01091691(gk435856)|WBVar01091699(gk435857)|WBVar01097015(gk435858)|WBVar01098169(gk435859)|WBVar01098508(gk435860)|WBVar01099017(gk435861)|WBVar01099385(gk435862)|WBVar01099655(gk435863)|WBVar01101869(gk435864)|WBVar01103621(gk435865)|WBVar01109046(gk435866)|WBVar01110505(gk435867)|WBVar01111192(gk435868)|WBVar01114433(gk435869)|WBVar01117005(gk435870)|WBVar01121557(gk435871)|WBVar01122521(gk435872)|WBVar01124064(gk435873)|WBVar01125486(gk435874)|WBVar01130051(gk435875)|WBVar01130589(gk435876)|WBVar01130911(gk435877)|WBVar01132849(gk435878)|WBVar01134363(gk435879)|WBVar01142778(gk435880)|WBVar01145444(gk435881)|WBVar01147167(gk435882)|WBVar01159883(gk435883)|WBVar01163842(gk435884)|WBVar01164753(gk435885)|WBVar01168829(gk435886)|WBVar01170522(gk435887)|WBVar01172559(gk435888)|WBVar01173859(gk435889)|WBVar01174701(gk435890)|WBVar01174778(gk435891)|WBVar01175245(gk435892)|WBVar01176281(gk435893)|WBVar01178733(gk435894)|WBVar01179987(gk435895)|WBVar01187133(gk435896)|WBVar01190728(gk435897)|WBVar01193558(gk435898)|WBVar01196066(gk435899)|WBVar01198416(gk435900)|WBVar01198778(gk435901)|WBVar01200249(gk435902)|WBVar01200848(gk435903)|WBVar01208720(gk435904)|WBVar01208873(gk435905)|WBVar01210344(gk435906)|WBVar01212090(gk435907)|WBVar01212739(gk435908)|WBVar01214259(gk435909)|WBVar01215371(gk435910)|WBVar01217987(gk435911)|WBVar01218060(gk435912)|WBVar01229468(gk435913)|WBVar01229475(gk435914)|WBVar01230589(gk435915)|WBVar01475233(gk939487)|WBVar01475986(gk940242)|WBVar01487063(gk951325)
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes: mutagen: ENU; outcrossed: x0; other notes: Made_by: Vancouver KO Group"|"Million Mutation Project strain. This strain was isolated after ENU mutagenesis of VC2010, propagated clonally through F10 to drive mutations to homozygosity, and subjected to whole-genome sequencing. It is homozygous for a large number of mutations determined from sequence data. It may also carry large copy number variations that are not homozygous. Alleles numbered between gk100000 and gk962522 are homozygous; those numbered from gk962523 up should be assumed to be non-homozygous. A graphical representation of these large copy number differences can be seen in the Plot section for each strain on the MMP web site ( URL: genome.sfu.ca/mmp/)."|"This strain was provided by the C. elegans Reverse Genetics Core Facility at the University of British Columbia, which is part of the international C. elegans Gene Knockout Consortium, which should be acknowledged in any publications resulting from its use.

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Cite this (WB Cat# IE37976, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE37976)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE37976
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00263134(ttTi37976)
Availability: live
Reference: WBPaper00028894, WBPaper00040752
Notes: other notes: For further information and strain requests please visit http://ums3421.univ-lyon1.fr/"|"Hermaphrodites carrying both the Mos1 transposon substrate and transposase extrachromosomal arrays were subjected to a heat-shock to induce transposase expression. Five days later, progeny of the F1 at the L4 stage carrying the Mos1 substrate array were singled. After a further 5 days of culture, worms of the F3 generation were transferred to fresh plates and 3 days later a single F4 worm that did not carry the Mos1 substrate array was transferred to a fresh plate. These worms were allowed to reproduce to give the F6 generation that was then subject to molecular characterization

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Cite this (WB Cat# IE13010, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE13010)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE13010
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00257096(ttTi13010)
Availability: live
Reference: WBPaper00040752, WBPaper00028894
Notes: other notes: For further information and strain requests please visit http://ums3421.univ-lyon1.fr/"|"Hermaphrodites carrying both the Mos1 transposon substrate and transposase extrachromosomal arrays were subjected to a heat-shock to induce transposase expression. Five days later, progeny of the F1 at the L4 stage carrying the Mos1 substrate array were singled. After a further 5 days of culture, worms of the F3 generation were transferred to fresh plates and 3 days later a single F4 worm that did not carry the Mos1 substrate array was transferred to a fresh plate. These worms were allowed to reproduce to give the F6 generation that was then subject to molecular characterization

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Cite this (WB Cat# IE35431, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE35431)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE35431
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00262113(ttTi35431)
Availability: live
Reference: WBPaper00028894, WBPaper00040752
Notes: other notes: For further information and strain requests please visit http://ums3421.univ-lyon1.fr/"|"Hermaphrodites carrying both the Mos1 transposon substrate and transposase extrachromosomal arrays were subjected to a heat-shock to induce transposase expression. Five days later, progeny of the F1 at the L4 stage carrying the Mos1 substrate array were singled. After a further 5 days of culture, worms of the F3 generation were transferred to fresh plates and 3 days later a single F4 worm that did not carry the Mos1 substrate array was transferred to a fresh plate. These worms were allowed to reproduce to give the F6 generation that was then subject to molecular characterization

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Cite this (WB Cat# MY717, RRID:WB-STRAIN:MY717)

Source Database: WB, catalog # MY717
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration:
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes: other notes: species identified with species specific primers

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Cite this (WB Cat# IM511, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IM511)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IM511
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00006746(unc-6), WBGene00006852(unc-129)
Genomic Alteration:
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes:

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Cite this (WB Cat# IE819, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE819)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE819
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00253315(ttTi819)
Availability: live
Reference: WBPaper00028894, WBPaper00040752
Notes: other notes: For further information and strain requests please visit http://ums3421.univ-lyon1.fr/"|"Hermaphrodites carrying both the Mos1 transposon substrate and transposase extrachromosomal arrays were subjected to a heat-shock to induce transposase expression. Five days later, progeny of the F1 at the L4 stage carrying the Mos1 substrate array were singled. After a further 5 days of culture, worms of the F3 generation were transferred to fresh plates and 3 days later a single F4 worm that did not carry the Mos1 substrate array was transferred to a fresh plate. These worms were allowed to reproduce to give the F6 generation that was then subject to molecular characterization

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Cite this (WB Cat# IE17004, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE17004)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE17004
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00257904(ttTi17004)
Availability: live
Reference: WBPaper00028894, WBPaper00040752
Notes: other notes: For further information and strain requests please visit http://ums3421.univ-lyon1.fr/"|"Hermaphrodites carrying both the Mos1 transposon substrate and transposase extrachromosomal arrays were subjected to a heat-shock to induce transposase expression. Five days later, progeny of the F1 at the L4 stage carrying the Mos1 substrate array were singled. After a further 5 days of culture, worms of the F3 generation were transferred to fresh plates and 3 days later a single F4 worm that did not carry the Mos1 substrate array was transferred to a fresh plate. These worms were allowed to reproduce to give the F6 generation that was then subject to molecular characterization

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