Species Information: C. remanei

Name C. remanei
NCBI Taxonomy ID

C. remanei strains available at the CGC

Strain Genotype Description
CP157 nmDf1 III. 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.
CP158 Cre-mss-1(nm74[HA:Cre-mss-1]) III. The hemaglutinin (HA) epitope tag was inserted using CRISPR/Cas9 through homologous recombination. The nine amino acid HA epitope was placed between C. remanei (EM464) MSS-1 residues 22 and 23, one residue downstream of the predicted mature N-terminus after signal peptide cleavage. NOTE: nm74 was originally described as nmIs9. Derived from parental strain SB146. Reference: Yin D, et al. Science. 2018 Jan 5;359(6371):55-61.
PX506 C. remanei wild isolate. Male-female strain. Reference strain for the new chromosome-level assembly of the C. remanei genome. This is a natural isolate (BioProject PRJNA577507) inbred to reduce heterozygosity. Reference: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/797035v1 (Accepted at Genetics).