|Name||BK View on WormBase|
|Head||Matthew J Buechner|
|Institution||University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS|
|Address|| University of Kansas|
8035 Haworth Hall
1200 Sunnyside Ave.
Strains contributed by this laboratory
|BK36||qpIs11 I; unc-119(ed3) III.||C. elegans||qpIs11 [vha-1p::GFP + unc-119(+)] I. Strong expression of GFP in the cytoplasm of the excretory canal cell (exc) and slightly less strong expression in the head mesodermal cell (hmc). Reference: Mattingly BC & Buechner M. Dev Biol. 2011 Nov 1;359(1):59-72.|
|MT6984||exc-9(n2669) IV.||C. elegans||Wide, meandering excretory canals, with some septate fluid-filled cysts. Canal enlargement visible from L1 through adult. Defect visible only by Nomarski microscopy. n2669 was originally listed as an allele of exc-5. Later repeated complementation tests showed n2669 to be an allele of a novel locus positioned close to exc-5.|
|NJ51||exc-3(rh26) X.||C. elegans||Excretory canal defect. Large fluid-filled cysts appear randomly along the excretory canal, especially at the tips. 100% penetrant. Cysts often visible as clear spots by low-power microscopy.|
|NJ555||exc-3(rh207) X.||C. elegans||Excretory canal defect. Canals are shortened and animal is somewhat pale. Defect visible only by Nomarski microscopy. Tail spike is often malformed.|
|NJ683||exc-7(rh252) II.||C. elegans||Excretory canal defect. Canal is invariably short with multiple cysts of varying size clustered along length, especially at the tips. Visible only by Nomarski microscopy. Tail spike is often slightly malformed. Animal is somewhat pale.|
|NJ831||exc-3(rh186) X.||C. elegans||Excretory canal defect. Hypomorphic allele. Canals are slightly shortened. Defect visible only by Nomarski microscopy.|
|NJ833||exc-6(rh103) III.||C. elegans||Excretory canal defect. Canal varies in length from no outgrowth to almost complete outgrowth. Frequent small vacuoles and extra branchings in the canal lumen visible only by Nomarski microscopy. Animals are somewhat pale.|
This laboratory hasn't submitted any alleles to the CGC.