Gene Information: mrps-30

Namemrps-30 View on WormBase
Species C. elegans
SequenceB0511.8
Genetic positionI:5.06 +/- 0.000 cM
Genomic positionI: 10636692..10638966

Strains carrying this gene

Strain Genotype Description
VC1930 mrps-30(ok2469) I/hT2 [bli-4(e937) let-?(q782) qIs48] (I;III). B0511.8. Homozygous lethal or sterile deletion chromosome balanced by bli-4- and GFP-marked translocation. Heterozygotes are WT with pharyngeal GFP signal, and segregate WT GFP, arrested hT2 aneuploids, and non-GFP ok2469 homozygotes (late larval arrest or sterile adult, Unc, lays no eggs). Homozygous hT2[bli-4 let-? qIs48] inviable. Pick WT GFP and check for correct segregation of progeny to maintain. External left primer: TCCAAATGCCTATCGAGACC. External right primer: CCCGAATCTCCTAATGCTCA. Internal left primer: AGCATTTTTCTGCGTCCCTA. Internal right primer: ACACGCCCTGCTACTGATCT. Internal WT amplicon: 2582 bp. Deletion size: 1317 bp. Deletion left flank: GAACACTCAAATATTGTCCATTTTTATCAC. Deletion right flank: GTGTGTCTTCATCAGAAAAGTTGATTCCAT. 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
VC850 mrps-30&eif-3.E&cdc-26(ok1310) I/hT2 [bli-4(e937) let-?(q782) qIs48] (I;III). B0511.8, B0511.9a. Homozygous lethal deletion chromosome balanced by bli-4- and GFP-marked translocation. Heterozygotes are WT with pharyngeal GFP signal, and segregate WT GFP, arrested hT2 aneuploids, and non-GFP ok1310 homozygotes (scrawny, often Unc, late larval arrest). Homozygous hT2[bli-4 let-? qIs48] inviable. Note: qIs48 has been observed to recombine off hT2, typically leaving behind a functional homozygous viable hT2 with Bli-4 phenotype. Pick WT GFP and check for correct segregation of progeny to maintain. 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