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Integrated Animals is a virtual database currently indexing available animal strains and mutants from: AGSC (Ambystoma), BCBC (mice), BDSC (flies), European Xenopus Resource Center (frog), The National Xenopus Resource (frog), Xenopus Express (frog), CWRU Cystic Fibrosis Mouse Models (mice), DGGR (flies), FlyBase (flies), IMSR (mice), MGI (mice), MMRRC (mice), NSRRC (pig), RGD (rats), Sperm Stem Cell Libraries for Biological Research (rats), Tetrahymena Stock Center (Tetrahymena), WormBase (worms), XGSC (Xiphophorus), ZFIN (zebrafish), and ZIRC (zebrafish). Note, the IMSR data is linked, but users may need to re-execute the search if the top mouse is not returned properly.
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DatabaseProper CitationSpeciesNamePhenotypeAvailabilityReferenceNotesAffected GeneGenomic AlterationCatalog IDBackground
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:MY2489Caenorhabditis remaneiC. remanei wild isolate.liveother notes: species identified with species specific primersMY2489
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:CP157Caenorhabditis remaneinmDf1 III.livemutagen: Crispr/Cas9; outcrossed: x0; other notes: nmDf1 removes all four tandem paralogs of the mss family (Cre-mss-1, Cre-mss-2, Cre-mss-3, and Cre-mss-4). Male sperm is less competitive than wild-type male sperm, and females have lower brood size due to inbreeding depression. Reference: Yin D, et al. Science. 2018 Jan 5;359(6371):55-61.CP157
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:MY2484Caenorhabditis remaneiC. remanei wild isolate.liveother notes: species identified with species specific primersMY2484
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:MY857Caenorhabditis remaneiC. remanei wild isolate.liveother notes: species identified with species specific primersMY857
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:MY2279Caenorhabditis remaneiC. remanei wild isolate.liveother notes: species identified with species specific primersMY2279
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:MY971Caenorhabditis remaneiC. remanei wild isolate.liveother notes: species identified with species specific primersMY971
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:MY333Caenorhabditis remaneiCaenorhabditis remanei wild isolateliveother notes: species confirmed by crossing experimentsMY333
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:MY2702Caenorhabditis remaneiC. remanei wild isolateliveother notes: isolated from an isopod collected from compost in the botanical garden in Kiel, Schleswig HolsteinMY2702
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:MY214Caenorhabditis remaneiCaenorhabditis remanei wild isolateliveother notes: species confirmed by crossing experimentsMY214
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:MY2261Caenorhabditis remaneiC. remanei wild isolate.liveother notes: species identified with species specific primersMY2261
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:MY842Caenorhabditis remaneiC. remanei wild isolate.liveother notes: species identified with species specific primersMY842
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:MY2619Caenorhabditis remaneiC. remanei wild isolate.liveother notes: species identified with species specific primersMY2619
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:MY300Caenorhabditis remaneiCaenorhabditis remanei wild isolateliveother notes: species confirmed by crossing experimentsMY300
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:MY2423Caenorhabditis remaneiC. remanei wild isolate.liveother notes: species identified with species specific primersMY2423
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:MY468Caenorhabditis remaneiCaenorhabditis remanei wild isolateliveother notes: species confirmed by crossing experimentsMY468
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:KC470Caenorhabditis remaneiC. remanei (wx53) A.livemutagen: EMS; outcrossed: x3; other notes: Male-female strain. Caenorhabditis remanei mutant. Dumpy.KC470
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:JU1086Caenorhabditis remaneiC. remanei wild isolate.liveoutcrossed: x; other notes: Male-female strain. Isolated by Marie-Anne Felix from leaf litter/bark/soil sampled on March 14, 2007, in the woods behind the parking lot of the Kacho-en aviary in Kakegawa, Shizuoka prefecture, Japan (ca. 100 m from the aviary and 200 m from the vegetable gardens). Isofemale line. Maintain by mating.JU1086
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:MY2076Caenorhabditis remaneiC. remanei wild isolate.liveother notes: species identified with species specific primersMY2076
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:PB206Caenorhabditis remaneiCaenorhabditis remanei.liveWBPaper00003847outcrossed: x; other notes: Male-female strain. From association with a terrestrial isopod, Trachelipus rathkii, that was collected from the Wright State University Biology Preserve, Dayton Ohio. Species ID confirmed by mating test with EM464.PB206
WBRRID:WB-STRAIN:MY2397Caenorhabditis remaneiC. remanei wild isolate.liveother notes: species identified with species specific primersMY2397
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