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SWF420 C elegans ser-4(flv7) lgc-50(flv8) III; mod-1(ok103) V; ser-7(tm1325) ser-1(ok345) X; flvIs2. Show Description
flvIs2 [tph-1p(short)::Chrimson + elt-2p::mCherry]. Deficits in serotonin-dependent slowing response. NSM neuron is expressing Chrimson and can be specifically activated by red light. Reference: Dag U, et al. bioRxiv 2023.01.15.524132; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.01.15.524132.
SWF424 C elegans ser-5(tm2647) I; ser-4(flv7) lgc-50(flv8) III; mod-1(ok103) V; ser-1(ok345) X; flvIs2. Show Description
flvIs2 [tph-1p(short)::Chrimson + elt-2p::mCherry]. Deficits in serotonin-dependent slowing response. NSM neuron is expressing Chrimson and can be specifically activated by red light. Reference: Dag U, et al. bioRxiv 2023.01.15.524132; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.01.15.524132.
SWF469 C elegans ser-5(tm2647) I; lgc-50(flv8) III; mod-1(ok103) V; ser-7(tm1325) ser-1(ok345) X; flvIs2. Show Description
flvIs2 [tph-1p(short)::Chrimson + elt-2p::mCherry]. Deficits in serotonin-dependent slowing response. NSM neuron is expressing Chrimson and can be specifically activated by red light. Reference: Dag U, et al. bioRxiv 2023.01.15.524132; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.01.15.524132.
SWF800 C elegans ser-5(tm2647) I; ser-4(flv7) lgc-50(flv8) III; ser-7(tm1325) ser-1(ok345) X; flvIs2. Show Description
flvIs2 [tph-1p(short)::Chrimson + elt-2p::mCherry]. Deficits in serotonin-dependent slowing response. NSM neuron is expressing Chrimson and can be specifically activated by red light. Reference: Dag U, et al. bioRxiv 2023.01.15.524132; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.01.15.524132.
SWF912 C elegans lgc-50(flv8) III; flvIs2. Show Description
flvIs2 [tph-1p(short)::Chrimson + elt-2p::mCherry]. Deficits in serotonin-dependent slowing response. NSM neuron is expressing Chrimson and can be specifically activated by red light. Reference: Dag U, et al. bioRxiv 2023.01.15.524132; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.01.15.524132.
TG3867 C. elegans xpg-1(tm1670) I. Show Description
Superficially wild-type. Deletion site verified by PCR. Reference: Meier B, et al. 2020 bioRxiv, https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.06.04.133306
TP193 C. elegans rips-1(ij109) V. Show Description
Resistance to strong reducing conditions: dithiothreitol (DTT) and 2- mercaptoethanol (2ME). Reference: Winter AD, et al. BMC Biol. 2022 Oct 8;20(1):228. doi: 10.1186/s12915-022-01415-y. PMID:36209095
TP390 C. elegans mce-1(ok243) I; rips-1(ij109) V. Show Description
mce-1(D2030.5). Strong resistance to reducing agents dithiothreitol (DTT) and 2- mercaptoethanol (2ME). Reference: Winter AD, et al. BMC Biol. 2022 Oct 8;20(1):228. doi: 10.1186/s12915-022-01415-y. PMID:36209095
UT1306 C. elegans akt-1(mm200) V. Show Description
Benzaldehyde/starvation learning defective. mm200 is a single base pair change resulting in an L199F substitution. Reference: Merritt DM, et al. A Novel Memory Type in C. elegans Exhibits Post-Training Consolidation. bioRxiv 2023.02.22.529281. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.02.22.529281.
UT1343 C. elegans crh-2(gk3293) II; crh-1(tz2) III. Show Description
Double mutant with loss of function in both CREB genes. Derived by crossing parental strains YT17 crh-1(tz2) and VC3149 crh-2(gk3293). Reference: Merritt DM, et al. A Novel Memory Type in C. elegans Exhibits Post-Training Consolidation. bioRxiv 2023.02.22.529281. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.02.22.529281.
UTX113 C. elegans par-3(djd33[mScarlet-I-GLO::Myc::par-3]) III. Show Description
mScarlet-I-GLO and Myc tags inserted into endogenous par-3 locus. mScarlet-I-GLO is a germline-optimized variant coded to be less prone to silencing in the germline. Reference: Chang Y & Dickinson DJ. Cell Rep. 2022 Apr 12;39(2):110652. doi: 10.1016/j.celrep.2022.110652. PMID: 35417695.
VC239 C. elegans sams-5(gk147) IV. Show Description
T13A10.11a. Superficially wild type. 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
VC735 C. elegans ooc-3(ok1134)/mIn1 [mIs14 dpy-10(e128)] II. Show Description
B0334.11a. Homozygous subviable deletion chromosome balanced by GFP- and dpy-10-marked inversion. Heterozygotes are WT with relatively dim pharyngeal GFP signal, and segregate WT dim GFP, Dpy bright GFP (mIn1 homozygotes), and non-GFP ok1134 homozygotes (variable phenotypes, including Gro, Dpy, Unc, Clr, some embryonic lethality, various other body morphology defects; population cannot be maintained at 20 degrees - other temperatures not tested). Pick WT dim 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
VT3650 C. elegans lin-46(ma398[lin-46::mCherry]) V. Show Description
mCherry reporter inserted into C-terminus of endogenous lin-46 locus. Superficially wild-type. Fluorescent signal is very dim and bleaches very quickly. Reference: Ilbay O, et al. C. elegans LIN-28 controls temporal cell-fate progression by regulating LIN-46 expression via the 5’UTR of lin-46 mRNA. bioRxiv 697490; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/697490.
VT3727 C. elegans lin-28(ma426[lin-28::GFP]) I. Show Description
GFP reporter inserted into C-terminus of endogenous lin-28 locus. Superficially wild-type. Reference: Ilbay O, et al. C. elegans LIN-28 controls temporal cell-fate progression by regulating LIN-46 expression via the 5’UTR of lin-46 mRNA. bioRxiv 697490; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/697490.
VX300 C. elegans yfSi1 II. Show Description
yfSi1 [nspf-1p::nspf-1::6xHis::tbb-2 3' UTR + loxP, II:8420157]. C-terminal 6xHis-tagged NSPF-1 allows visualization of NSPF seminal fluid protein localization in males and hermaphrodites. Transgene inserted into ttTi5650 MosSCI site (II:8420157) using CRISPR/Cas9. Reference: Kasimatis KR, et al. (2022) No evidence of sexual conflict for a novel sperm-derived seminal fluid protein in Caenorhabditis nematodes. bioRxiv doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.09.22.509081
WUM45 C. elegans rde-1(ne219) V; sid-3(vir9) X; jyIs8. Show Description
jyIs8 [pals-5p::GFP + myo-2p::mCherry]. Orsay virus infection defect. Reference: Jiang H, et al. mBio. 2017 Sep 5;8(5):e00940-17. doi: 10.1128/mBio.00940-17. PMID: 28874467.
WUM46 C. elegans viro-2(vir10) III; rde-1(ne219) V; jyIs8. Show Description
jyIs8 [pals-5p::GFP + myo-2p::mCherry]. Orsay virus infection defect. Reference: Jiang H, et al. mBio. 2017 Sep 5;8(5):e00940-17. doi: 10.1128/mBio.00940-17. PMID: 28874467.
WUM91 C. elegans rde-1(ne219) V; alg-1(vir14) X; jyIs8. Show Description
jyIs8 [pals-5p::GFP + myo-2p::mCherry]. Orsay virus infection defect. Reference: Cubillas C, et al. J Virol. 2023 Apr 27;97(4):e0006523. doi: 10.1128/jvi.00065-23. PMID: 37017532.
XZ2056 C. elegans hif-1(ia4) V; yakEx126. Show Description
yakEx126 [unc-17p::hif-1(cDNA) + myo-2p::mCherry]. Pick animals with red pharynx to maintain. HIF-1 expressed from cholinergic neuron-specific promoter in hif-1 mutant background for tissue-specific rescuing experiments. yakEx126 does not rescue lethality in hif-1 mutant animals exposed to 50ppm hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Topalidou I & and Miller DL. bioRxiv 174581; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/174581.
XZ2065 C. elegans hif-1(ia4) V; yakEx131. Show Description
yakEx131 [eft-3p::hif-1(cDNA) + myo-2p::mCherry]. Pick animals with red pharynx to maintain. HIF-1 expressed from a ubiquitous promoter in hif-1 mutant background for tissue-specific rescuing experiments. yakEx131 rescues lethality in hif-1 mutant animals exposed to 50ppm hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Topalidou I & and Miller DL. bioRxiv 174581; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/174581.
XZ2073 C. elegans hif-1(ia4) V; yakEx137. Show Description
yakEx137 [unc-14p::hif-1(P621A)::YFP + myo-2p::mCherry]. Pick animals with red pharynx to maintain. Non-degradable form of HIF-1 tagged with YFP expressed from unc-14 promoter in hif-1 mutant background for tissue-specific rescuing experiments. yakEx137 rescues lethality in hif-1 mutant animals exposed to 50ppm hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Topalidou I & and Miller DL. bioRxiv 174581; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/174581.
XZ2074 C. elegans hif-1(ia4) V; yakEx136. Show Description
yakEx136 [vha-6p::hif-1(cDNA) + myo-2p::mCherry]. Pick animals with red pharynx to maintain. HIF-1 expressed from intestine-specific promoter in hif-1 mutant background for tissue-specific rescuing experiments. yakEx136 does not rescue lethality in hif-1 mutant animals exposed to 50ppm hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Topalidou I & and Miller DL. bioRxiv 174581; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/174581.
XZ2080 C. elegans yakEx142. Show Description
yakEx142 [unc-14p::hif-1(cDNA) + myo-2p::mCherry]. Pick animals with red pharynx to maintain. unc-14 promoter drives GFP expression in several tissues including neurons, intestine, muscle, hypodermis. Reference: Topalidou I & and Miller DL. bioRxiv 174581; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/174581.
XZ2081 C. elegans hif-1(ia4) V; yakEx143. Show Description
yakEx143 [dpy-7p::hif-1(cDNA) + myo-2p::mCherry]. Pick animals with red pharynx to maintain. HIF-1 expressed from a hypodermal-specific promoter in hif-1 mutant background for tissue-specific rescuing experiments. yakEx143 does not rescue lethality in hif-1 mutant animals exposed to 50ppm hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Topalidou I & and Miller DL. bioRxiv 174581; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/174581.
XZ2082 C. elegans hif-1(ia4) V; yakEx144. Show Description
yakEx144 [unc-14p::hif-1(cDNA) + myo-2p::mCherry]. Pick animals with red pharynx to maintain. HIF-1 expressed from unc-14 promoter in hif-1 mutant background for tissue-specific rescuing experiments. yakEx144 rescues lethality in hif-1 mutant animals exposed to 50ppm hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Topalidou I & and Miller DL. bioRxiv 174581; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/174581.
XZ2083 C. elegans hif-1(ia4) V; yakEx145. Show Description
yakEx145 [unc-47p::hif-1(cDNA) + myo-2p::mCherry]. Pick animals with red pharynx to maintain. HIF-1 expressed from GABA-ergic neuron-specific promoter in hif-1 mutant background for tissue-specific rescuing experiments. yakEx145 does not rescue lethality in hif-1 mutant animals exposed to 50ppm hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Topalidou I & and Miller DL. bioRxiv 174581; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/174581.
XZ2084 C. elegans hif-1(ia4) V; yakEx125. Show Description
yakEx125 [rab-3p::hif-1(cDNA) + myo-2p::mCherry]. Pick animals with red pharynx to maintain. HIF-1 expressed from pan-neuronal-specific promoter in hif-1 mutant background for tissue-specific rescuing experiments. yakEx125 does not rescue lethality in hif-1 mutant animals exposed to 50ppm hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Topalidou I & and Miller DL. bioRxiv 174581; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/174581.
XZ2085 C. elegans hif-1(ia4) V; yakEx146. Show Description
yakEx146 [vha-6p::hif-1(cDNA) + dpy-7p::hif-1(cDNA) + rab-3p::hif-1(cDNA) + myo-2p::mCherry]. Pick animals with red pharynx to maintain. HIF-1 expressed from pan-neuronal-, hypodermal-, and intestinal-specific promoters in hif-1 mutant background for tissue-specific rescuing experiments. yakEx146 does not rescue lethality in hif-1 mutant animals exposed to 50ppm hydrogen sulfide. Reference: Topalidou I & and Miller DL. bioRxiv 174581; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/174581.
YL585 C. elegans oef-1(vr25) IV. Show Description
vr25 is a Crispr/Cas9-induced 56 bp deletion in exon 2 of oef-1/F49E8.2 causing a frameshift and presumptive null allele. Accelerated rate of germ cell progression, precocious Z2/Z3 division in L1s, increased brood size and sperm generation, and increased germline apoptosis. Reference: McManus, CE & Reinke, V. Genetics. 2017; https://doi.org/10.1534/genetics.117.1123.
ZM5488 C. elegans hpIs202. Show Description
hpIs202 [ceh-10p::GFP + lin-15(+)]. GFP is expressed by four neurons RID, AIY, CAN, ALA, and one sheath cell. References: Wang et al., 2015. Development 142(8):1447-57. doi: 10.1242/dev.119479. Lim et al., 2016. Elife 5. pii: e19887. doi: 10.7554/eLife.19887.