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AH3437 C. elegans tln-1(zh117[gfp::tln-1]) I. Show Description
Wild-type morphology. Endogenous GFP reporter for tln-1. Reference: Walser M, et al. PLoS Genet. 2017 Jan 30;13(1):e1006592.
DH117 C. elegans emb-9(b117) III. Show Description
Temperature sensitive. Semi-dominant. Egg lethal. Not maternal. Will grow at 20C.
KR432 C. elegans dpy-5(e61) dbr-1(h117) unc-13(e450) I; sDp2 (I;f). Show Description
Unc-13 phenotype. Segregates Uncs and lethal DpyUncs (h117 arrests as a early to mid-stage larva). Maintain by picking Unc-13 and checking for correct segregation of progeny.
CH1179 C. elegans unc-36(e251) emb-9(g23cg46)/qC1 [dpy-19(e1259) glp-1(q339)] III. Show Description
Heterozygotes are WT and segregate WT, Dpy Steriles and 3-fold lethals. cg46 is a 497 bp deletion that removes the last 22 nucleotides of intron 9 and 475 nucleotides of exon 10;
OH11704 C. elegans ham-3(tm3309) III. Show Description
Egl. Slow growing. Lethal/sterile at 25C. Maintain at 15-20C.
OH11705 C. elegans ham-3(n1654) III; otEx5093. Show Description
otEx5093 [ham-3p::ham-3::GFP + elt-2::DsRed]. Pick GFP+/DsRed+ to maintain. DsRed expression is difficult to detect at low magnification. otEx5093 rescues n1654; GFP+ animals are essentially wild-type. n1654 homozygotes are Egl, slow growing, Lethal/sterile at 25C. Strain can be maintained at 25C to increase frequency of array transmission.
OH11738 C. elegans otIs439. Show Description
otIs439 [lad-2p::GFP + pha-1(+)].
OH11744 C. elegans otIs445; gwIs39. Show Description
otis445 [ace-2p::RFP + LacO repeats]. gwIs39 [baf-1p::GFP::lacI::let-858 3'UTR + vit-5p::GFP]. RFP expression in cholinergic motor neurons. LACI::GFP aggregates on LacO repeats to form two dots in every nucleus. vit-5::GFP is expressed in intestine at L4 stage and later. Reference: Patel T & Hobert O. eLife 2017.
OH11746 C. elegans pha-1(e2123) III; otIs447 IV. Show Description
otIs447 [unc-3p::mCherry + pha-1(+)] IV. DA/DB/VA/VB motor neuron class-specific red fluorescent reporter. Reference: Kerk SY, et al. Neuron 2017 (in press).