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Cite this (WB Cat# IE5878, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE5878)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE5878
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00254968(ttTi5878)
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# MY2717, RRID:WB-STRAIN:MY2717)

Source Database: WB, catalog # MY2717
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration:
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes: other notes: adult isolated from a harvestman from compost in the botanical garden, Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein

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Cite this (WB Cat# IE43675, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE43675)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE43675
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00264834(ttTi43675)
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# OD62, RRID:WB-STRAIN:OD62)

Source Database: WB, catalog # OD62
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00004027(pie-1), WBGene00006843(unc-119)
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00145093(ed3)
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes: outcrossed: x; other notes: ltIs42[pAA19; pie-1::GFP-TEV-Stag::CAR-1deltaN; unc-119(+)].

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Cite this (WB Cat# RB655, RRID:WB-STRAIN:RB655)

Source Database: WB, catalog # RB655
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00011612(T08D2.7)
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00091725(ok431)
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes: mutagen: UV/TMP; outcrossed: x0; other notes: Made_by: OMRF Knockout Group"|"T08D2.7. Homozygous. Outer Left Sequence: ataagacggcgttccacagt. Outer Right Sequence: acttggcgcgttagatgact. Inner Left Sequence: atgcaccgctcagctttatt. Inner Right Sequence: tcgatagagacctccggttg. Inner primer WT PCR product: 2905."|"This strain was provided by the C. elegans Gene Knockout Project at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, which was 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# BC5606, RRID:WB-STRAIN:BC5606)

Source Database: WB, catalog # BC5606
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration:
Availability: live
Reference: WBPaper00002901
Notes: outcrossed: x; other notes: sEx636 [F48E8 (III) + pCes1943[rol-6(su1006)]]. line 1. 9.8 ng/ul F48E8 + 90 ng/ul pCes1943[rol-6(su1006dm)] injected into hermaphrodite from BC842 (N2 male strain). pCes1943 carries rol-6(su1006) [an EcoRI insert from pRF4] and a kanamycin cassette. Select Rollers to maintain. Presence of cosmid confirmed by PCR. This transgenic strains were constructed in collaboration with the C. elegans Genome Sequencing Consortium Labs in St. Louis, MO and Hinxton, Cambridge, UK. Funding for the creation of this transgenic strain was provided by a grant to Ann Rose and David Baillie from the Canadian Genome Analysis and Technology Program (CGAT), and from a grant from NSERC (Canada) to David Baillie. If you use this strain in work which you publish, please acknowledge these grants.

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Cite this (WB Cat# OP301, RRID:WB-STRAIN:OP301)

Source Database: WB, catalog # OP301
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00006843(unc-119)
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00252617(tm4063)
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes: mutagen: Bombardment; outcrossed: x0; other notes: Made_by: modEncode"|"wgIs301 [mef-2::TY1::EGFP::3xFLAG + unc-119(+)]. TY1::EGFP::3xFLAG tag inserted in frame at C-terminus of coding sequence by recombineering. Expression of transgene confirmed by GFP. References: Sarov, M, et al. Nat Methods (2006) 10:839-44. Niu W, et al. Genome Res. 2011 Feb;21(2):245-54. Strain was constructed as part of the Regulatory Element Project, part of modENCODE (URL: www.modencode.org)

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Cite this (WB Cat# IE44220, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE44220)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE44220
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00265000(ttTi44220)
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# VC40511, RRID:WB-STRAIN:VC40511)

Source Database: WB, catalog # VC40511
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: 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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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Source Database: WB, catalog # IE2680
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00253831(ttTi2680)
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# BC4152, RRID:WB-STRAIN:BC4152)

Source Database: WB, catalog # BC4152
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00001076(dpy-17), WBGene00002894(let-771), WBGene00006768(unc-32)
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00143004(e164)|WBVar00143023(e189)|WBVar00242288(s2442)
Availability: live
Reference: WBPaper00003304
Notes: mutagen: EMS; outcrossed: x; other notes: Animals with the duplication are Unc. Animals which have lost the duplication are DpyUnc and arrest as Sterile Adults."|"Made_by: A. Howell

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Cite this (WB Cat# IE17853, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE17853)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE17853
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00258126(ttTi17853)
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# OP81, RRID:WB-STRAIN:OP81)

Source Database: WB, catalog # OP81
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00006843(unc-119)
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00145093(ed3)
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes: mutagen: Bombardment; outcrossed: x0; other notes: Made_by: modEncode"|"wgIs81 [eor-1::TY1::EGFP::3xFLAG + unc-119(+)]. TY1::EGFP::3xFLAG tag inserted in frame at C-terminus of coding sequence by recombineering. Expression of transgene confirmed by GFP. References: Sarov, M, et al. Nat Methods (2006) 10:839-44. Zhong, M, et al. PLoS Genet (2010) 6(2):e1000848. Strain was constructed as part of the Regulatory Element Project, part of modENCODE (URL: www.modencode.org)

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Cite this (WB Cat# BC14765, RRID:WB-STRAIN:BC14765)

Source Database: WB, catalog # BC14765
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00001067(dpy-5), WBGene00012403(srz-45)
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00143587(e907)
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes: outcrossed: x0; other notes: Made_by: Baillie Lab"|"sEx14765 [rCes Y6G8.1::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# BC4222, RRID:WB-STRAIN:BC4222)

Source Database: WB, catalog # BC4222
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00001076(dpy-17), WBGene00002848(let-714), WBGene00006768(unc-32)
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00143004(e164)|WBVar00143023(e189)|WBVar00242346(s2582)
Availability: live
Reference: WBPaper00003304
Notes: mutagen: EMS; outcrossed: x; other notes: Made_by: A.M. Howell"|"Maintain by picking Uncs. DpyUncs arrest as early larvae. s2582 previously thought to be an allele of let-726.

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Cite this (WB Cat# IE53797, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE53797)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE53797
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00266134(ttTi53797)
Availability: live
Reference: WBPaper00028894, WBPaper00040752
Notes: other notes: For further information and strain requests please contact p.kuwabara@bristol.ac.uk"|"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# ST29, RRID:WB-STRAIN:ST29)

Source Database: WB, catalog # ST29
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00001072(dpy-10), WBGene00006787(unc-52), WBGene00006892(ven-2)
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00090948(nc29)|WBVar00142982(e128)|WBVar00143214(e444)
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes: mutagen: EMS; outcrossed: x>5; other notes: Made_by: Go Shioi"|"ncIs3 [pH20::GFP + pBlueScript]. Expresses GFP in nearly all neurons. Heterozygotes are WT and segregate WT, DpyUncs, and animals with muscle attachment defects and ventral cord displacement and detachment which arrest in larval development.

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Cite this (WB Cat# IE3561, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE3561)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE3561
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00254127(ttTi3561)
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# IE10977, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE10977)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE10977
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00256454(ttTi10977)
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# VC886, RRID:WB-STRAIN:VC886)

Source Database: WB, catalog # VC886
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: WBGene00007409(C07B5.4)
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00092619(ok1404)
Availability: live
Reference:
Notes: mutagen: EMS; outcrossed: x0; other notes: C07B5.4. Superficially wild type."|"Made_by: Anna Rankin"|"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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