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|Species|| C. elegans |
|Genotype||gsr-1(tm3574)/qC1 dpy-19(e1259) glp-1(q339) nIs281 III.|
|Description||nIs281 [myo-2::RFP] integrated near qC1. Recombination between nIs281 and qC1 has been reported. Fails to complemement all markers on qC1. Heterozygotes are WT and segregate WT, Dpy Sterile, and tm3574 homozygotes. gsr-1(tm3574) is embryonic lethal. gsr-1(m+,z-) animals are viable and reach adulthood with no visible phenotype and lay eggs that invariably arrest at the pregastrula stage; they are slightly short-lived, have increased mitochondrial fragmentation, decreased mitochondrial DNA content and have induced mitochondrial UPR measured by hsp-6::GFP levels. gsr-1(m-,z-) have aberrant perinuclear distribution of interphasic chromatin. NOTE: The RFP-labeled balancer is reportedly not entirely stable in this strain and will occasionally segregate recombinants of two types: sterile RFP+ animals (most likely homozygous qC1 [nIs281] worms that are able to grow to adulthood but do not develop germline), and non-RFP animals that lay viable progeny. Maintain by picking fertile RFP+ animals and confirming that non-RFP progeny lay 100% arrested embryos. Reference: Mora-Lorca JA, et al. Free Radic Biol Med. 2016 Jul;96:446-61.|
|Made by||Francisco José Naranjo-Galindo|
|Reference ||Glutathione reductase gsr-1 is an essential gene required for Caenorhabditis elegans early embryonic development.
Mora-Lorca JA, Sáenz-Narciso B, Gaffney CJ, Naranjo-Galindo FJ, Pedrajas JR, Guerrero-Gómez D, Dobrzynska A, Askjaer P, Szewczyk NJ, Cabello J, Miranda-Vizuete A.
Free Radic Biol Med. 2016 Jul;96:446-61. doi: 10.1016/j.freeradbiomed.2016.04.017. Epub 2016 Apr 24.