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CB4689 C. elegans dpy-28(y1) III; him-8(e1489) IV. Show Description
y1 is a temperature sensitive mutation affecting only XX animals. him-8(e1489) causes X non-disjunction, resulting in many males. Grow at 15C. XX and XXX animals not viable above 15C. After shifting to 25C, surviving population is almost all XO males.
CB4851 C. elegans C. elegans wild isolate. Show Description
Wild type-slightly Unc. Tc1 pattern high copy; different from RW7000. Bergerac isolate obtained by S. Brenner from Brun group. Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. CB subclone of Bergerac N62 (Tc1 pattern HCB). To obtain ECA243, a sequenced isolate of this wild strain, please visit the C. elegans Natural Diversity Resource at www.elegansvariation.org.
CB4852 C. elegans Show Description
Wild type. Low Tc1 copy number; pattern X. [Obtained from Rothamsted by S. Brenner as 'Panagrellus redivivus'. Cross fertile with C. elegans N2.] Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. CB subclone of N3 (Tc1 pattern X).
CB4853 C. elegans C. elegans wild isolate. Show Description
Isolated from Carl Johnson's organic garden in Altadena, CA in 1974. Wild type. Low copy Tc1; pattern III. Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. CB subclone of GA-12 (Tc1 pattern III). To obtain ECA245, a sequenced isolate of this wild strain, please visit the C. elegans Natural Diversity Resource at www.elegansvariation.org.
CB4857 C. elegans C. elegans wild isolate. Show Description
Isolated from decaying mushroom during rain in Claremont, CA in November 1972. Wild type. Low copy Tc1, pattern II. Reference WBG 10(2) 140-141 and 11(5) 60. Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. CB subclone of Cl2a (Tc1 pattern II). To obtain ECA249, a sequenced isolate of this wild strain, please visit the C. elegans Natural Diversity Resource at www.elegansvariation.org.
CB4858 C. elegans C. elegans wild isolate. Show Description
Isolated from Caltech flowerbed in the summer of 1971 (1973??) in Pasadena, CA. Wild type. Low copy Tc1; pattern XI. Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. EM subclone of PA1 (Tc1 pattern XI). To obtain ECA251, a sequenced isolate of this wild strain, please visit the C. elegans Natural Diversity Resource at www.elegansvariation.org.
CB4876 C. elegans clk-1(e2519) III. Show Description
Maternally rescued. Homozygous e2519 worms coming from homozygous mothers develop slowly. Adult rhythmic behaviors are also slowed.
CB4883 C. elegans let-551(e2517)/dpy-21(e428) rol-9(sc148) V. Show Description
Heterozygotes are WT and segregate WT, Lethals (L2/L3 arrest at 20C, some survive to sterile adults at 15C), and DpyRol. Not balanced well: get recombinants. Must maintain by picking hets at each generation and check for proper segregants in F1.
CB4949 C. elegans dpy-26(n199) IV; eDp26 X. Show Description
dpy-26(n199) is XO viable, XX lethal. eDp26 is a duplication of the left end of X, attached to X in an inverted orientation. Strain gives non-Dpy Egl hermaphrodites, intersexes, males and dead eggs.
CB4950 C. elegans eDp26 X. Show Description
eDp26 is a duplication of the left end of X, attached to X in an inverted orientation. CB4950 is homozygous for eDp26, which is XX viable and XO lethal. XX hermaphrodites are slightly small and slightly Egl.
CB5009 C. elegans let-552(e2542)/dpy-25(e817) II. Show Description
At 20C or 25C heterozygotes are semi-Dpy and segregate semi-Dpys (heterozygotes), Dpys (dpy-25/dpy-25) and animals which arrest as Dpyish young larvae (let-552/let-552). Maintain by picking semi-Dpy. At 15C it is difficult to distinguish between let-552 homozygotes and dpy-25 homozygotes (e817 is inviable at 15C).
CB5020 C. elegans gro-3(e2556) I. Show Description
Slow growth and movement. Egl. Somewhat Uncoordinated. Maternal effect: m+z- homozygotes have no obvious phenotype.
CB5023 C. elegans tra-2(e2046e253) unc-4(e120) / + + II; dpy-26(n199) IV. [XO females, dpy-26 XO males] Show Description
Obligate XO male/female strain, propagate by crossing. Low fertility. Fertile XO females and XO males; inviable XX embryos and larvae. Reference: Strain 7 Hodgkin (2002) PMID: 12399387.
CB5101 C. elegans dpy-26(n199) IV; eEx36. Show Description
eEx36 [F16E1 + rol-6(su1006)]. eEx36 carries multiple copies of fox-1, which confers a Xol phenotype and pRF4 which confers a Rol phenotype. dpy-26(n199) is XO viable and XX lethal. Strain consists mostly of Rol hermaphrodites and non-Rol males, all XO.
CB5140 C. elegans gro-2(e2442) IV. Show Description
Slow growth. Maternal rescue: m+z- homozygotes have no obvious phenotype.
CB5161 C. brenneri Show Description
Male-female strain. Reference WBG 9(3) 121. Isolated from sugar cane in Trinidad by D.J. Hunt (Commonwealth Institute of Parasitology). [7/7/93: Scott Baird and David Fitch question whether this strain is really C. remanei.] [7/95: Not cross-fertile with the authentic C. remanei isolated by Walter Sudhaus.] Previously called C. remanei by the CGC. Walter Sudhaus has tentatively described this strain as Caenorhabditis sp.; this description is not offical and is contigent upon its being published. See WBPaper00002633 and WBPaper00003993. sp. 4 in Kiontke and Sudhaus Wormbook Ecology chapter.
CB5300 C. elegans fem-1(hc17) IV; xol-1(y9) X. Show Description
WT hermaphrodite if grown at 15-20C. WT females if grown at 25C. When crossed, these females yield only XX viable hermaphrodite progeny, all XO progeny are dead.
CB5330 C. elegans vab-12(dx25) III; him-8(e1489) IV. Show Description
Vab XX hermaphrodites and XO males, viable at all temperatures. Adult hermaphrodite tail spike is invariably shortened and/or vacuolated, often also abnormal in larvae. Possible excretory cell abnormalities. Rays of adult male tail variably abnormal, other structures normal; males can mate.
CB5414 C. elegans srd-1(eh1) II. Show Description
EMS-induced deletion from -583 to +1017, including first two exons and part of third exon. Probable null. No obvious phenotype.
CB5495 C. elegans bus-10 & ZK596.4 & ZK596.5(e2715) IV. Show Description
Viable, Bus, resistant to Leucobacter Verde2, hypersensitive to Leucobacter Verde1. e2715 is a small deficiency (3191 bp) which removes all of the bus-10 exons and internal ncRNA genes ZK596.4 & ZK596.5. Reference: O'Rourke et al (in preparation).
CB5584 C. elegans mIs12 II. Show Description
mIs12 [myo-2p::GFP + pes-10p::GFP + F22B7.9p::GFP] II. Hermaphrodites expressing compound GFP reporter (see PD4790). Strong pharyngeal muscle expression, easily scored by GFP dissecting scope. mIs12 is tightly linked to unc-4 II, and not to LG III or IV as previously reported. mIs12 homozygous males mate well (ME3).
CB6147 C. elegans bus-8B(e2882) X. Show Description
Viable allele. Hypersensitive to many drugs.
CB6177 C. elegans bus-8B(e2883) X. Show Description
Viable slightly dumpy hermaphrodites, drug and bleach sensitive, resistant to M. nematophilum (Bus phenotype) and Leucobacter Verde1, hypersensitive to Leucobacter Verde1. References: Partridge et al. (2008) PMID: 18395708. Hodgkin et al. (unpublished, in preparation).
CB6193 C. elegans bus-8B(e2885) X. Show Description
Viable allele. Hypersensitive to many drugs.
CB6208 C. elegans bus-8B(e2887) X. Show Description
Cold-sensitive lethal allele. Viable at >18C. Strongly hypersensitive to many drugs.
CB6216 C. elegans bus-8B(e2887) X; eEx541. Show Description
eEx541 [bus-8(+) + sur-5p::GFP]. Pick GFP+ to maintain. Nearly inviable, severely dumpy bus-8 mutant rescued by array. Reference: Partridge et al. (2008) PMID: 18395708.
CB6233 C. elegans dpy-17(e2898) dpy-31(e2770) III. Show Description
Viable dumpy. Suppressor allele of dpy-17: lethality of dpy-31(e2770) suppressed by e2898. Reference: Novelli et al. (2006) PMID: 16452136.
CB6246 C. elegans sqt-3(e2911) V. Show Description
Slightly dumpy. Variable cold-sensitive lethal (poor viability at 15C). Unusual missense allele (D297G) of sqt-3, suppresses dpy-31 lethality. Reference: Novelli et al. (2006) PMID: 16452136.
CB6253 C. elegans bus-8B(e2992) X; eEx541. Show Description
eEx541 [bus-8(+) + sur-5p::GFP]. Pick GFP+ to maintain. bus-8(e2892) animals are viable on Leucobacter Verde1, unlike most other bus-8 mutants. References: Partridge et al. (2008) PMID: 18395708. Stroud et al (in preparation).
CB6335 C. elegans dpy-31(e2919) III; sqt-3(e2906) V. Show Description
Homozygous viable dpy. dpy-31(e2919) homozygotes are almost inviable, but lethality is efficiently suppressed by sqt-3(e2906). Reference: Novelli J, et al., Genetics. 2004 Nov;168(3):1259-73.
CB6430 C. elegans sqt-3(e2924) V. Show Description
Squat, dumpy at 15C. Inviable at higher temperatures. Deletion of most of sqt-3 coding sequence. Null by antibody staining.
CB6689 C. elegans nit-1(tm1190) III. Show Description
No obvious phenotype, wildtype pathogen resistance. Reference: O’Rourke et al. (2005) PMID: 16809667.
CB6734 C. elegans clec-60(tm2319) II. Show Description
No obvious phenotype. Reference: O’Rourke et al. (2005) PMID: 16809667.
CB6736 C. elegans clec-61(tm2566) II. Show Description
No obvious phenotype, apparently wildtype sensitivity to pathogens. Reference: O’Rourke et al. (2005) PMID: 16809667.
CB6737 C. elegans clec-69&clec-70(ok2061) IV. Show Description
No obvious phenotype, apparently wild-type sensitivity to pathogens. Derivative of RB1663, further out-crossed into wild-type background. Reference: O’Rourke et al. (2005) PMID: 16809667.
CB6738 C. elegans lys-7(ok1384) V. Show Description
Gross phenotype wildtype, increased sensitivity to some bacterial pathogens. Derivative of RB1285, further out-crossed into wild-type background. References: O’Rourke et al. (2005) PMID: 16809667. Gravato-Nobre et al. (2016) PMID: 27525822.
CB6746 C. elegans mif-1(ok2009) III. Show Description
No obvious phenotype, normal sensitivity to bacterial pathogens. Derived from RB1633; further out-crossed into wild-type background. Reference: O’Rourke et al. (2005) PMID: 16809667.
CB675 C. elegans unc-54(e675) I. Show Description
Slow moving Unc. Semi-dominant.
CB6755 C. elegans osr-1(ok959) I; glf-1(tm2412) IV. Show Description
Maintain at 15C. Small, sluggish, slow-growing fragile hermaphrodites. Almost inviable above 20C. Reference: Novelli et al. (2009) PMID: 19751718.
CB677 C. elegans unc-60(e677) V. Show Description
Unc-slow moving. Body muscle abnormal. Semi-dominant. Birefringent patches. Eggs laid. M-MATING-NO SUCCESS.
CB6772 C. elegans clec-50(ok2455) V. Show Description
No obvious phenotype, apparently normal sensitivity to bacterial pathogens. Derived from RB1897; further out-crossed into wild-type background. References: O’Rourke et al. (2005) PMID: 16809667. D J O'Rourke and J Hodgkin, unpublished.
CB6858 C. elegans srf-10(yj10) bus-12(e2997) IV. Show Description
Viable, surface abnormal, Bus (resistant to infection by M. nematophilum), resistant to Leucobacter Verde2, hypersensitive to Leucobacter Verde1. Reference: Gravato-Nobre et al. (2011) PMID: 20980242.
CB6921 C. elegans bus-10 & ZK596.4 & ZK596.5 & ZK596.1(e2737) IV. Show Description
Viable, Bus (M. nematophilum resistant), resistant to Leucobacter Verde2, hypersensitive to Leucobacter Verde1. e2737 is a ~4.5 kb deficiency which removes all of the bus-10 exons, internal ncRNA genes ZK596.4 & ZK596.5, and ZK596.1. Reference: O'Rourke et al (in preparation).
CB6965 C. elegans vab-18(e1210) X. Show Description
Most L1 larvae are deformed with irregular shapes. Older larvae and adults exhibit variably bent-head. Resembles spon-1(e2623) II. Homozygous viable, but inviable as hemizygotes (e1210/maDf2). Reference: Hodgkin (unpublished).
CB6990 C. elegans srf-2(yj262) bah-1(ok2197) I. Show Description
Viable, but surface abnormal, Bus (resistant to infection by M. nematophilum), Bah (resistant to Yersinia biofilm). Reference: O'Rourke et al. (in preparation)
CB7007 C. elegans ilys-3(ok3222) IV. Show Description
Viable, but defective in bacterial grinding and hypersensitive to bacterial pathogens. Derived by out-crossing parental strain VC2496. Reference: Gravato-Nobre et al. (2016) PMID: 27525822.
CB713 C. elegans unc-108(e713) I. Show Description
Unc. M-MATING++ 1-10%WT. Previously called unc-67.
CB7172 C. elegans ilys-3(ok3222) IV; lys-7(oj1385) V. Show Description
Viable, poor bacterial grinding, increased sensitivity to bacterial pathogens. Reference: Gravato-Nobre et al. (2016) PMID: 27525822.
CB7173 C. elegans ilys-3(ok3222) IV; ilys-5(tm3151) X. Show Description
Viable, but with poor bacterial grinding and increased susceptibility to some bacterial pathogens. Reference: Gravato-Nobre et al. (2016) PMID: 27525822.
CB7181 C. elegans bus-8B(e2883e3071) X. Show Description
Weak Bus, viable on Leucobacter Verde1. e3071 is a missense intragenic revertant (P97S) of e2883 (G378E). Reference: Stroud et al (in preparation).