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Strain Species Genotype
CB193 C. elegans unc-29(e193) I. Show Description
Unc. Levamisole resistant. Recessive. M-MATING++ 1-10%WT.
EL302 C. elegans ego-1(om71) unc-29(e193)/hT2 [dpy-18(h662)] I; +/hT2 [bli-4(e937)] III. Show Description
Heterozygotes are WT and segregate WT, Sterile Uncs and Dpys. bli-4 is suppressed by dpy-18 in hT2 homozygotes-only see a very few DpyBli.
EL391 C. elegans ego-1(om84) unc-29(e193)/hT2 [dpy-18(h662)] I; +/hT2 [bli-4(e937)] III. Show Description
Heterozygotes are WT and segregate WT, mild Unc that are Sterile, and Dpys. bli-4 is suppressed by dpy-18 in hT2 homozygotes-only see a very few DpyBli.
JK1534 C. elegans ces-1(n703) qDf5/unc-29(e193) mec-8(e398) blmp-1(s71) I. Show Description
Heterozygotes are Ces and grow slowly. Hets segregate DpyUncs and dead eggs. ces-1(n703) is dominant. Do not distribute this strain; other labs should request it from the CGC. This strain cannot be distributed to commercial organizations. This strain cannot be used for any commercial purpose or for work on human subjects.
JK1561 C. elegans ces-1(n703) qDf15/unc-29(e193) mec-8(e398) lin-11(n566) I. Show Description
Heterozygotes are Ces and segregate VulUncs and dead eggs. ces-1(n703) is dominant. Do not distribute this strain; other labs should request it from the CGC. This strain cannot be distributed to commercial organizations. This strain cannot be used for any commercial purpose or for work on human subjects.
SP1478 C. elegans unc-29(e193) blmp-1(s71) I. Show Description
DpyUnc.
CB1490 C. elegans ali-1(e1934) him-5(e1490) V. Show Description
Faint or invisible alae in L1. Segregates males.
CB3610 C. elegans mig-6(e1931)/dpy-11(e224) V. Show Description
Heterozygotes are WT and segregate WT, Dpys, and steriles. mig-6(e1931) hermaphrodites are sterile, with failure of DTC migrations. Gonad sterile, disorganized, otherwise hermaphrodites appear normal. Strain is imperfectly balanced - check for correct segregation of Dpy and Mig from WT hermaphrodites.
GE1936 C. elegans xpf-1(e1487) II; unc-24(e138) atg-7(t1738)/nT1[let (m435)] IV; dpy-11(e224)/nT1[let (m435)] V. Show Description
Maternal effect lethal mutation linked to unc-24(e138) and pseudolinked to dpy-11(e224), and balanced by recessive lethal translocation. Heterozygotes are WT and segregate WT, arrested nT1 aneuploids, arrested nT1 homozygotes, and viable DpyUnc t1738 homozygotes that produce dead embryos. GE1936 is also homozygous for xpf-1(e1487) so that male progeny are segregated. Pick WT and check for correct segregation of progeny to maintain. Please reference Li-Leger et al., G3 11(12) 2021 in any work resulting from use of this mutation. xpf-1 previously known as him-9.
GE1939 C. elegans xpf-1(e1487) II; unc-24(e138) trcs-1(t1745)/nT1[let (m435)] IV; dpy-11(e224)/nT1[let (m435)] V. Show Description
Temperature-sensitive maternal effect lethal mutation linked to unc-24(e138) and pseudolinked to dpy-11(e224), and balanced by recessive lethal translocation. Heterozygotes are WT and segregate WT, arrested nT1 aneuploids, arrested nT1 homozygotes, and viable DpyUnc t1745 homozygotes that produce dead eggs at restrictive temperature. GE1939 is also homozygous for xpf-1(e1487) so that male progeny are segregated. Pick WT and check for correct segregation of progeny to maintain. Please reference Li-Leger et al., G3 11(12) 2021 in any work resulting from use of this mutation. xpf-1 previously known as him-9.
NW1625 C. elegans dpy-11(e224) mig-6(e1931) V/eT1 (III;V). Show Description
Heterozygotes are wild-type and segregate WT, Dpy-Ste Unc, and dead eggs. Maintain by picking wild-type.
XE1931 C. elegans ric-7(n2657) V; wpIs101. Show Description
wpIs101 [itr-1pB::GFP:::rab-3::SL2::mCherry + myo-2p::mCherry]. DA9 and its presynapses labeled. ric-7 causes defective expulsion during defecation and slightly slow growth.  Reference: Ding C & Hammarlund M. Elife. 2018 Oct 29;7. pii: e38829. doi: 10.7554/eLife.38829.
XE1935 C. elegans wpIs98 I. Show Description
wpIs98 [itr-1pB::Chrimson::SL2::mCherry + odr-1p::RFP] I. Chrimson is expressed in DA9. Use 100 uM ATR in OP50 for optogenetic experiments. Reference: Ding C & Hammarlund M. Elife. 2018 Oct 29;7. pii: e38829. doi: 10.7554/eLife.38829.