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Cite this (WB Cat# IE37758, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE37758)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE37758
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00263052(ttTi37758)
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# IE9515, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE9515)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE9515
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00256067(ttTi9515)
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# IE9626, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE9626)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE9626
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00256094(ttTi9626)
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# IE78, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE78)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE78
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00253135(ttTi78)
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# IE45698, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE45698)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE45698
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00265343(ttTi45698)
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# IE8671, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE8671)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE8671
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00255855(ttTi8671)
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# IE35002, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE35002)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE35002
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00261935(ttTi35002)
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# IE4057, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE4057)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE4057
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00254328(ttTi4057)
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# IE27926, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE27926)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE27926
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00260587(ttTi27926)
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# IE43876, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE43876)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE43876
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00264889(ttTi43876)
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# IE14159, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE14159)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE14159
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00257417(ttTi14159)
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# IE14616, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE14616)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE14616
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00257529(ttTi14616)
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# IE1983, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE1983)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE1983
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00253596(ttTi1983)
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# IE36874, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE36874)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE36874
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00262700(ttTi36874)
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# IE41241, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE41241)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE41241
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00264070(ttTi41241)
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# IE21754, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE21754)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE21754
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00259051(ttTi21754)
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# IE39889, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE39889)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE39889
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00263676(ttTi39889)
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# IE36492, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE36492)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE36492
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00262549(ttTi36492)
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# IE36125, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE36125)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE36125
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00262401(ttTI36125)
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# IE37628, RRID:WB-STRAIN:IE37628)

Source Database: WB, catalog # IE37628
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: WBVar00263001(ttTi37628)
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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