More Fields
Strain Species Genotype
DA1113 C. elegans eat-2(ad1113) II. Show Description
Eat. Slow pumping.
DA1116 C. elegans eat-2(ad1116) II. Show Description
Eat. Slow pumping. Long lived. Embryonic lethality observed in a significant fraction of animals is likely explained by a mutation in an essential gene linked to eat-2
DA453 C. elegans eat-2(ad453) II. Show Description
Eat. Jpy. Scrawny. Slow pumping.
DA465 C. elegans eat-2(ad465) II. Show Description
Abnormal feeding. Slow, regular pumping. See also WBPaper00002341.
ENL66 C. elegans eat-2(ad465) II; sma-10(ok2224) IV. Show Description
Derived from RB1739 and DA465.
VC2820 C. elegans eat-2(ok3528)/mT1 II; +/mT1 [dpy-10(e128)] III. Show Description
Y48B6A.4. Apparent homozygous lethal deletion chromosome balanced by dpy-10-marked translocation. Heterozygotes are WT, and segregate WT, arrested mT1 aneuploids, sterile Dpys (mT1 homozygotes), and ok3528 homozygotes (arrest stage/phenotype undetermined). Pick WT and check for correct segregation of progeny to maintain. External left primer: TCTTTTCTCCGCACTCTGGT. External right primer: TGTGGCACAGAACTACGCTC. Internal left primer: CCAAAATGTTGCTCAACGAG. Internal right primer: CGCAAGCCTGTAAATGTGAA. Internal WT amplicon: 1182 bp. Deletion size: 614 bp. Deletion left flank: AAATGTTGCTCAACGAGATCAAAATCGATG. Deletion right flank: TAGGGGTACTGTAGGACAACTGTGGAAGTA. 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
DA620 C. elegans eat-2(ad465) lin-7(e1413) unc-52(e444) II. Show Description
Abnormal feeding: slow, regular pumping. Vulvaless (incomplete penetrance). Unc.
ST101 C. elegans ncIs1. Show Description
ncIs1 [eat-20::GFP + rol-6(su1006)]. Rollers.
ST6 C. elegans eat-20(nc4) Show Description
Starved appearance: shorter body length, pale intestine, reduced pharyngeal pumping, smaller brood size and extended egg-laing period.