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HA2845 C.elegans fust-1(rt255]) II. Show Description
Superficially wild-type. This is the appropriate control strain for FUS disease models HA2846 and HA2847. This control strain contains presumably silent edits inserted by CRISPR editing while creating the FUS disease models in HA2846 and HA2847, and was back-crossed to remove the pha-1 allele used in strain construction. Reference: Baskoylu S, et al. bioRxiv 799932; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/799932
HA2846 C.elegans fust-1(rt256[R446S]) II. Show Description
fust-1(rt256[R446S]) was created by CRISPR editing of arginine codon in C. elegans fust-1 to create FUS disease model for human mutation R524S. This strain also contains additional silent edits (also present in control strain HA2845), and was back-crossed to remove the pha-1 allele used in strain construction. Under normal culture conditions HA2846 animals are superficially wild-type; after stress latent defects are observed. Reference: Baskoylu S, et al. bioRxiv 799932; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/799932
HA2847 C.elegans fust-1(rt257[P447L]) II. Show Description
fust-1(rt257[P447L]) was created by CRISPR editing of proline codon in C. elegans fust-1 to create FUS disease model for human mutation P525L. This strain also contains additional silent edits (also present in control strain HA2845), and was back-crossed to remove the pha-1 allele used in strain construction. Under normal culture conditions HA2847 animals are superficially wild-type; after stress latent defects are observed. Reference: Baskoylu S, et al. bioRxiv 799932; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/799932
OH16464 C. elegans fust-1(ot1039[fust-1::gfp::3xflag]) II. Show Description
Superficially wild-type.
BC10929 C. elegans dpy-5(e907) I; sEx10929. Show Description
sEx10929 [rCes C27H5.3::GFP + pCeh361]. Maintain by picking WT. WT animals are GFP+. Strain construction supported by Genome British Columbia and Genome Canada. Please acknowledge McKay et al, Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 68: 159-169 2004 (WBPaper00006525).