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BCN9071 C. elegans vit-2(crg9070[vit-2::gfp]) X. Show Description
GFP knocked into C terminal of vit-2 gene by CRISPR/Cas9 using self-excising drug selection cassette method of Dickinson et al. (2015, Genetics). Strain is derived from BCN9070, which was outcrossed to remove a linked background mutation on LG X causing transgenic males to mate poorly. Reference: Perez MF, et al. Nature. 2017 Dec 7;552(7683):106-109.
MQD2774 C. elegans vit-6(hq486[vit-6::mCherry]) IV; vit-2(crg9070[vit-2::gfp]) X. Show Description
mCherry knocked into C terminal of vit-6 by CRISPR/Cas9 in the background of parental strain BCN9071 vit-2(crg9070[vit-2::gfp]) X. This resulting double-labelled strain was crossed six times with N2 to remove potential off-target mutations. mCherry and GFP are co-localized in the intestine, body cavity, oocyte, and embryo in adult hermaphrodites. Reference: Zhai C, et al. Aging cell, 21(11), e13719. https://doi.org/10.1111/acel.13719 PMID: 36199214.
MQD2775 C. elegans vit-3(hq485[vit-3::mCherry]) vit-2(crg9070[vit-2::gfp]) X. Show Description
mCherry knocked into C terminal of vit-3 by CRISPR/Cas9 in the background of parental strain BCN9071 vit-2(crg9070[vit-2::gfp]) X. This resulting double-labelled strain was crossed six times with N2 to remove potential off-target mutations. mCherry and GFP are co-localized in the intestine, body cavity, oocyte, and embryo in adult hermaphrodites. Reference: Zhai C, et al. Aging cell, 21(11), e13719. https://doi.org/10.1111/acel.13719 PMID: 36199214.
MQD2798 C. elegans vit-2(crg9070[vit-2::gfp]) vit-1(hq503[vit-1::mCherry]) X. Show Description
mCherry knocked into C terminal of vit-1 by CRISPR/Cas9 in the background of parental strain BCN9071 vit-2(crg9070[vit-2::gfp]) X. This resulting double-labelled strain was crossed six times with N2 to remove potential off-target mutations. mCherry and GFP are co-localized in the intestine, body cavity, oocyte, and embryo in adult hermaphrodites. Reference: Zhai C, et al. Aging cell, 21(11), e13719. https://doi.org/10.1111/acel.13719 PMID: 36199214.