||dpy-18(e364)/eT1 III; sos-1(s1031) unc-46(e177)/eT1 V.
||WT strain that segregates WT, Unc-36 (eT1 homozygotes), and dead eggs. s1031 is an egg lethal. Maintain by picking WT. Previously called let-341(s1031).
||sos-1 gain-of-function allele originally isolated as a suppressor of sem-5(n1619) lethality. pd10 causes a E99K substitution within the N-terminal histone fold domain of SOS-1. Single mutants appear wild-type.
||sos-1(pd9) is a gain-of-function allele causing a C662Y substitution within the Ras exchange motif of SOS-1. Originally isolated as a suppressor of sem-5(n1619) lethality. Single mutants appear wild-type. Reference: Wooller A & Hopper N. (2014) European Worm Meeting. (Anyone using this allele may cite Neil Hopper as a personal communication based on this meeting abstract.)
||Temperature sensitive missense allele. Larval lethal and Vul at 25C. About WT at 20C. Previously called let-341.
||sos-1(ok3565) V/nT1 [qIs51] (IV;V).
||T28F12.3. Apparent homozygous lethal deletion chromosome balanced by GFP-marked translocation. Heterozygotes are WT with pharyngeal GFP signal, and segregate WT GFP, arrested nT1[qIs51] aneuploids, and non-GFP ok3565 homozygotes (arrest stage/phenotype undetermined). Any viable non-GFP progeny are not homozygous mutants but rare recombinant heterozygotes. Homozygous nT1[qIs51] inviable. Pick WT GFP and check for correct segregation of progeny to maintain. External left primer: ATTGGTTGCAGTCAGGGAAG. External right primer: AAAAGCGTGCTCGACAGAAT. Internal left primer: TCGCGATTTGAAAAGTTGTG. Internal right primer: GACAATCACGAAAAGGAAGAGG. Internal WT amplicon: 1126 bp. Deletion size: 884 bp. Deletion left flank: TCTCATCATGATGTCTCGGTATTTTTTTGT. Deletion right flank: CGTATAAGAATGATATGTCAGTCGTTCAAT. Insertion Sequence: ACAAAACAAAATATGCTTGACTTTTT. Attribution: 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. Paper_evidence WBPaper00041807