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Strain Species Genotype
CB2108 C. elegans dpy-18(e364) sup-1(e995) III. Show Description
Dpyish/Suppressed. Variable expression.
KG4731 C. elegans unc-116(ce815[LoxP+sup-1(e995)+LoxP]) III. Show Description
Lox P sites in 3' UTR and 4th intron flank kinesin motor domain sequences; sup-1(e995) mini-gene inserted in second intron. Appears wild-type on plates and in quantitative locomotion assays. Can be used to conditionally delete gene sequences encoding the conventional kinesin motor domain in a tissue specific manner by driving expression of Cre recombinase in the tissue of interest. Reference: Stec N, et al. (Submitted). An Intron Compatible Marker for Long Distance CRISPR Mediated Gene Editing in Caenorhabditis elegans.
KG5148 C. elegans unc-104(ce833[5xMyc::AID::unc-104+sup-1(e995)]) II. Show Description
The Auxin Inducible Degron (AID) flanked by a 5X Myc/spacer tag on left and a single spacer on the right is fused to the N-terminus of the unc-104 gene. Allows conditional degradation of UNC-104 protein when combined with tissue specific expression of TIR1 in the presence of 1 mM Auxin in plate media. Note: KG5148 does not express TIR1. On standard plates: wild type growth, appearance, and locomotion rate. For animals expressing a TIR1 transgene in the nervous system: Animals that hatch and develop on 1 mM Auxin plates generally remain tightly coiled near the location of hatching and exhibit slow growth (up to 7 days to reach adulthood, with 98% reaching adulthood by 7 days). Adults placed on Auxin abruptly lose about 75% of their locomotion function between 6 and 12 hours after plating. The remaining locomotion function is lost gradually between 12 and 52 hours. Reference: Stec N, et al. (Submitted). An Intron Compatible Marker for Long Distance CRISPR Mediated Gene Editing in Caenorhabditis elegans.
RM3571 C. elegans sup-1(e995 e2636) III. Show Description
Putative null allele; e995 e2636 homozygotes are superficially wild type in appearance, development, and behavior (except for a modest 20-25% decrease in swimming rate), and do not suppress unc-17(e245). e995 corresponds to G84E (gga>>gaa) and e2636 corresponds to W58stop (tgg>>tag). PCR methods for scoring e995 and e2636 mutations in individual worms are presented in the Supporting Information File of Mathews et al., 2012. Reference: Mathews EA, et al. Genetics. 2012 Dec;192(4):1315-25.
RM3643 C. elegans sup-1(e995 e2636) III; unc-17(e245) IV. Show Description
Indistinguishable from unc-17(e245) single mutants (small, slow-growing, coily uncoordinated, jerky going backward, aldicarb-resistant). For additional information, see descriptions of the RM908 unc-17(e245) IV and RM3671 sup-1(e995 e2636)) III single mutant strains. PCR methods for scoring e245, e995, and e2636 mutations in individual worms are presented in the Supporting Information File of Mathews et al., 2012. Derived by crossing RM908 (6x outcrossed) and RM3571 (6x outcrossed). Reference: Mathews EA, et al. Genetics. 2012 Dec;192(4):1315-25.
RM3660 C. elegans sup-1(e995) III; unc-17(e245) IV. Show Description
Almost full suppression of all unc-17 mutant phenotypes; animals are superficially wild type in appearance, development, and behavior, and males mate well. For additional information, see descriptions of the RM908 unc-17(e245) IV and the RM3670 sup-1(e995) III single mutant strains. PCR methods for scoring e245 and e995 mutations in individual worms are presented in the Supporting Information File of Mathews et al., 2012. Reference: Mathews EA, et al. Genetics. 2012 Dec;192(4):1315-25.
RM3670 C. elegans sup-1(e995) III. Show Description
e995 homozygotes are superficially wild type in appearance, development, and behavior. e995 is a strong, dominant suppressor of UNC-17 G347R mutations (including e245, e359, p300). e995 corresponds to G84E (gga>>gaa) in the SUP-1 transmembrane domain. PCR method for scoring the e995 mutation in individual worms is presented in the Supporting Information File of Mathews et al., 2012. [Note: although it has been suggested that unc-123 and sup-1 represent the same gene (Walthall et al. 1993), sequence analysis demonstrated no molecular lesions at the sup-1 locus in unc-123 mutants (Mathews et al., 2012). Therefore unc-123 and sup-1 represent different genes.] Reference: Mathews EA, et al. Genetics. 2012 Dec;192(4):1315-25.
CB5265 C. elegans sup-1(e995e2636) III; unc-17(e245) IV; xol-1(y9) X. Show Description
Severely uncoordinated coiler, slow growing. Useful strain for selecting non-Sup-1 suppressors of unc-17(e245). Reference: Mathews et al. (2012) PMID: 23051648.