Species Information: Caenorhabditis elegans

Name Caenorhabditis elegans
NCBI Taxonomy ID 6239

Caenorhabditis elegans strains available at the CGC

Strain Genotype Description
AG171 mdf-1(av19) unc-42(e270) V. Unc. Previously called AG164 by the CGC.
AG175 unc-119(ed3) III; avEx122. avEx122 [(pAG126) lpin-1p::GFP::lpin-1::lpin-1 3'UTR + unc-119(+)]. No GFP expression detected in germline.
AG176 unc-119(ed3) III; avEx123. avEx123 [lpin-1p::GFP::his-58::lpin-1 3'UTR + unc-119(+)]. No GFP expression detected in germline.
AGD418 uthIs205. uthIs205 [crtc-1p::crtc-1::RFP::unc-54 3'UTR + rol-6(su1006)].
AH12 gap-1(ga133) X. Null allele.
AH75 apr-1(zh10) unc-29(e1072) I; zhEx11. zhEx11[apr-1(+) + sur-5::GFP]. Unc. Segregates dead eggs that have lost the rescuing array.
AH102 lip-1(zh15) IV. Deletion allele which removes exons 2 to 6 of lip-1 (C05B10.1). Incompletely penetrant ovulation defect.
AH142 zhIs4 III. zhIs4 [lip-1::GFP] III. lip-1::GFP transcriptional reporter expression is upregulated in the secondary VPCs P5.p and P7.p of early L3 animals.
AH159 sra-13(zh13) II. sra-13(zh13) mutants display stronger chemotaxis to limiting concentrations of isoamylalcohol and diacetyl than WT animals. Deletion allele. 396 bp of 5' promoter sequence and all but the last exon are removed; probably a null allele.
AH205 sdn-1(zh20) X. Slightly Unc. Variably Egl. zh20 is a deletion in sdn-1. The sequence of the breakpoint is: TTTGCTTCACAC//zh20//GTCGACAGGCAG.
AH286 unc-4(e120) ect-2(zh8) II; gap-1(ga133) X. Muv and Unc. Semi-dominant mutation in ect-2 (previously called let-21).
AH346 dep-1(zh34) unc-4(e120) II; lip-1(zh15) IV. Pvl and weak Muv. Transformation of secondary to primary vulval cell fates.
ALF3 unc-119(ed3) III; daf-12(rh61rh411) X. Daf-d. Unc.
ALF4 unc-119(ed3) III; daf-12(rh61rh411) X; bafIs4. bafIs4 [daf-12 (fosmid) + unc-119(+)]; rescues both daf-12 and unc-119. Reference: Hochbaum D, et al. PLoS Genet. 2011 Jul;7(7):e1002179.
ALF9 unc-119(ed3) III; daf-12(rh61rh411) X; bafIs9. bafIs9 [daf-12::TAP (fosmid) + unc-119(+)]; rescues both daf-12 and unc-119. TAP tag inserted into daf-12 fosmid. Reference: Hochbaum D, et al. PLoS Genet. 2011 Jul;7(7):e1002179.
ALF62 bafIs62. bafIs62 [lin-42p::GFP + unc-119(+)]. lin-42p::GFP reporter consists of 2 kb upstream of lin-42a isoform subcloned into modified pPD95.75 vector also carrying unc-119(+). Reference: Hochbaum D, et al. PLoS Genet. 2011 Jul;7(7):e1002179.
ALF63 unc-119(ed3) III; bafIs63. bafIs63 [lin-42p(mut)::GFP + unc-119(+)]. lin-42p(mut)::GFP reporter consists of 2 kb upstream of lin-42a isoform subcloned into modified pPD95.75 vector also carrying unc-119(+); all potential DAF-12 binding sites have been mutated. Reference: Hochbaum D, et al. PLoS Genet. 2011 Jul;7(7):e1002179.
ALF82 unc-119(ed3) III; daf-12(rh61rh411) X; bafIs62. bafIs62 [lin-42p::GFP + unc-119(+)]. lin-42p::GFP reporter consists of 2 kb upstream of lin-42a isoform subcloned into modified pPD95.75 vector also carrying unc-119(+). Array was crossed into strain ALF3 to create ALF82. Reference: Hochbaum D, et al. PLoS Genet. 2011 Jul;7(7):e1002179.
AM1 osr-1(rm1) I. Osmotic stress resistant. Received new stock May 7, 2008.
AM44 rmIs190. rmIs190 [F25B3.3p::Q67::CFP]. Pan-neuronal CFP expression.
AM49 rmIs172. rmIs172 [F25B3.3p::Q19::CFP]. Pan-neuronal CFP expression. Reference: Gidalevitz T, et al., Science. 2006 Mar 10;311(5766):1471-4.
AM101 rmIs110. rmIs110 [F25B3.3p::Q40::YFP]. Pan-neuronal YFP expression. Reference: Gidalevitz T, et al., Science. 2006 Mar 10;311(5766):1471-4.
AM138 rmIs130 II. rmIs130 [unc-54p::Q24::YFP]. Diffuse distribution of Q24::YFP throughout the body-wall muscle cells.
AM140 rmIs132 I. rmIs132 [unc-54p::Q35::YFP]. AM140 animals show a Q35::YFP progressive transition from soluble to aggregated as they age.
AM141 rmIs133. rmIs133 [unc-54p::Q40::YFP]. AM141 animals show a soluble Q40::YFP distribution in body wall muscle cells immediately after hatching. As these worms age the rapid formation of foci is observed. When they reach adulthood, AM141 animals show an entirely Q40::YFP aggregated phenotype.
AM263 rmIs175. rmIs175 [unc-54p::Hsa-sod-1 (WT)::YFP]. Array encodes wild-type human SOD-1. YFP expression in body wall muscle. Array is prone to silencing; maintain by picking worms displaying typical aggregation patterns. Reference: Gidalevitz T, et al., PLoS Genet. 2009 Mar;5(3):e1000399.
AM725 rmIs290. rmIs290 [unc-54p::Hsa-sod-1 (127X)::YFP]. Array encodes mutated form of human SOD-1. YFP expression in body wall muscle. Array is prone to silencing; maintain by picking worms displaying typical aggregation patterns. Reference: Gidalevitz T, et al., PLoS Genet. 2009 Mar;5(3):e1000399.
AN87 sel-12(ty11) X. Egl. Premature stop codon.
AN170 aff-1(ty4) unc-4(e120)/mnC1 [dpy-10(e128) unc-52(e444)] II. Heterozygotes are WT and segregate WT (heterozygotes), Unc-4 worms which are strong Egl (ty4 homozygotes), and paralyzed Dpy Uncs (mnC1 homozygotes).
AP36 mep-1(ok421)/nT1 [qIs51] (IV;V). qIs51 [myo-2p::GFP + pes-10p::GFP + F22B7.9p::GFP]. Heterozygotes are wild-type GFP+ and segregate non-GFP ok421 homozygotes, wild-type GFP+ heterozygotes, and arrested nT1[qIs51] aneuploids. Pick wild-type GFP+ and check for correct segregation of progeny to maintain. Received new stock 12/02.
AQ866 ser-4(ok512) III. Y22D7AR.13. Hyperactive 5HT induced egglaying. Homozygous. Outer Left Sequence: AATTATCGGATTTAGGGCCG. Outer Right Sequence: ATGGAACGGAGCATTATTCG. Inner Left Sequence: CAACACGCAACGAATGTACC. Inner Right Sequence: TGTGAAGTTTGGGAGGCTTT. Inner primer WT PCR product: 3126. Outcrossed 5 times by Stanley Shyn. URL: http://www.celeganskoconsortium.omrf.org.
AR1 hcp-6(mr17) I. 15C: no phenotype. 26C: shifted as L4 or later results in 100% embryonic lethality; shifted before L4 results in Unc and Sterile animals. Intermediate phenotypes between 20-23C.
AR2 hcp-6(mr17) unc-73(e936) I. Unc at all temperatures. For hcp-6: 15C: no phenotype. 26C: shifted as L4 or later results in 100% embryonic lethality; shifted before L4 results in Unc and Sterile animals. Intermediate phenotypes between 20-23C.
AR3 suls-1(mr18) V. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.
AR4 cysl-1(mr19) X. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen cyanide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.
AR5 hif-1(mr20) V. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen cyanide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.
AR6 sqrd-1(mr21) IV. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.
AR7 hif-1(mr22) V. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen cyanide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.
AR8 cysl-1(mr23) X. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen cyanide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.
AR9 sqrd-1(mr24) IV. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.
AR10 cysl-1(mr25) X. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen cyanide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.
AR11 cysl-1(mr26) X. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen cyanide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.
AR12 suls-1(mr27) V. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.
AR13 sqrd-1(mr28) IV. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.
AR14 cysl-1(mr29) X. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen cyanide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.
AR15 sqrd-1(mr30) IV. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.
AR16 suls-2(mr31) I. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.
AR17 sqrd-1(mr32) IV. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.
AR18 cysl-1(mr33) X. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen cyanide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.
AR19 cysl-1(mr34) X. Sensitive to hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen cyanide. Reference: Budde MW, Roth MB. Genetics. 2011 Oct;189(2):521-32.