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WM140 C. elegans drh-3(tm1217) I/hT2 [bli-4(e937) let-?(q782) qIs48] (I;III); him-8(e1489) IV. Show Description
Heterozygotes are WT with pharyngeal GFP signal, and segregate WT GFP+, arrested hT2 aneuploids, and non-GFP Sterile homozygotes. qIs48 [myo-2::GFP + pes-10::GFP + ges-1::GFP]. Homozygous hT2 animals are inviable. May have him-8(e1489) in background, but unsure.
EU1514 C. elegans aph-1(or28)/hT2 I; +/hT2 [bli-4(e937) let-?(h661)] III; him-8(ec56) IV; lin-2(e1309) X. Show Description
or28 is a non-conditional maternal-effect embryonic lethal mutant ; the anterior pharynx is absent. and embryonic lethality is 100% penetrant. Pick single WT heterozygous hermaphrodites to maintain strain; these hets fill up with a mix of dead embryos and larvae [11/16 dead embryos due to aneuploidy from translocation segregation and lethal homozygous hT2; vulvaless due to homozygous lin-2(e1309) mutation; about 10% of lin-2(e1309) worms are leaky and lay eggs/can be mated into]. The homozygous or28 hermaphrodites fill up with dead embryos. The lin-2 background helps to score embryonic lethality for both heterozygotes and or28 homozygotes. Strain produces a lot of males due to him-8(ec56). or28 is a G to D mis-sense mutation at amino acid position 123.
EU407 C. elegans mom-4(or39)/hT2 I; +/hT2 [bli-4(e937) let-?(h661)] III; him-8(e1489) IV; lin-2(e1309) X. Show Description
EU447 C. elegans unc-13(e1091) mom-4(or39)/hT2 I; +/hT2 [bli-4(e937) let-?(h661)] III; him-8(e1489) IV. Show Description
Heterozygotes are WT. Segregates Uncs which give only embryonic lethals which lack gut and make excess mesoderm (E adopts an MS-like fate). or39 is a recessive maternal-effect embryonic lethal. Throws males.
EU459 C. elegans unc-13(e1091) mom-5(zu193)/hT2 I; +/hT2 [bli-4(e937) let-?(h661)] III; him-8(ec56) IV. Show Description
Heterozygotes are WT and segregate WT and Uncs. The Uncs have a non-conditional maternal-effect embryonic lethal phenotype: the E blastomere adopts MS fate in about 5% of mutant embryos. The Uncs are 100% penetrant for embyronic lethality and morphogenesis defects.
AG226 C. elegans rol-6(e187) unc-4 (e120)/mnC1 [dpy-10(e128) unc-52(e444) nIs190 let-?] II; him-8(e1489) IV. Show Description
nIs190 [myo-2::GFP]. Him. Heterozygotes are wild-type GFP+ and segregate WT GFP+ heterozygotes, Rol Uncs, dead embryos, and males. nIs190 [myo-2::GFP] integrated in or near mnC1. Approx 0.5% recombination seen between nIs190 and mnC1. Fails to complemement all markers on mnC1.
EU415 C. elegans cyk-1(or36) unc-36(e251)/qC1 [dpy-19(e1259) glp-1(q339)] III; him-8(e1489) IV. Show Description
Heterozygotes are WT and segregate WT, Sterile Dpys and Uncs which give only dead eggs at all temperatures. Throws males.
OH4605 C. elegans unc-37(ot59)/hT2 [bli-4(e937) let-?(q782) qIs48] (I;III); him-8(e1489) IV; otIs3 V. Show Description
Heterozygotes are WT and GFP+ in the pharynx. ot59 is homozygous inviable. qIs48 is an insertion of ccEx9747 (carries myo-2::GFP, pes-10::GFP, and a gut enhancer fused to GFP) onto the hT2 chromosome and is homozygous lethal. otIs3[lin-15(+) + gcy-7::GFP]. otIs3 is expressed in ASEL in WT animals. In this ot59 strain, otIs3 is expressed in ASEL and ASER.
CA756 C. elegans ieSi1 II; itIs37 IV. Show Description
ieSi1 [htp-3p::GFP::him-8 + unc-119(+)] II. itIs37 [pie-1p::mCherry::H2B::pie-1 3'UTR + unc-119(+)] IV. ieSi1 is prone to silencing; GFP might not be visible at lower magnifications. Reference: Wynne DJ, et al. J Cell Biol. 2012 Jan 9;196(1):47-64.
CA998 C. elegans ieDf2 [unc-119+]/mIs11 IV. Show Description
mIs11 [myo-2p::GFP + pes-10p::GFP + F22B7.9::GFP]. Heterozygotes are wild-type with dim GFP signal in the pharynx. mIs11 homozygotes are wild-type with bright GFP in the pharynx. ieDf2 homozygotes (non-GFP) develop normally but produce 97.5% inviable embryos and a high frequency of males among the surviving self-progeny. Pick WT with dim GFP+ in pharynx to maintain. mIs11 homozygotes will quickly overtake the population if not selected against. GFP expression in 4-cell embryos, pharyngeal muscle and gut. ieDf2 is a deficiency of zim-1, zim-2, zim-3, and him-8 generated by MosDel, resulting in single-copy insertion of a copy of the C. briggsae unc-119 gene on Chromosome IV. The deletion spans the sequences from the beginning of the zim-1 coding sequence through the ttTi22866 Mos1 insertion site.
EU1516 C. elegans aph-1(or28)/hT2 I; +/hT2 [bli-4(e937) let-?(h661)] III. Show Description
or28 is a non-conditional maternal-effect embryonic lethal mutant ; the anterior pharynx is absent. and embryonic lethality is 100% penetrant. Pick single WT heterozygous hermaphrodites to maintain strain; these hets produce 11/16 dead embryos due to aneuploidy from translocation segregation and lethal homozygous hT2. The homozygous or28 hermaphrodites produce all dead embryos with defective pharyngeal development. or28 is a G to D mis-sense mutation at amino acid position 123. Strain produces lots of males due to him-8(ec56).
NL131 C. elegans pgp-3(pk18) X. Show Description
pgp-3 deletion allele. No visible phenotype. Drug sensitive (colchicine, chloroquine). Throws males: outcrossed with him-8(e1489) so probably contains this mutation.
OH16790 C. elegans him-8(e1489) IV; lin-14(cc2841[lin-14::gfp]) X; otEx7578. Show Description
otEx7578 [rab-3p::fem-3::SL2::TagRFP + inx-6(prom18)::TagRFP]. Panneuronal overexpression of fem-3 causes panneuronal masculation.
OH16837 C. elegans him-8(e1489) IV; nlp-45(ot1032[nlp-45::T2A::GFP::H2B]) X; otEx7578. Show Description
otEx7578 [rab-3p::fem-3::SL2::TagRFP + inx-6(prom18)::TagRFP]. Panneuronal overexpression of fem-3 causes panneuronal masculation.
OP127 C. elegans unc-119(ed3) III; wgIs127. Show Description
wgIs127 [him-8::TY1::EGFP::3xFLAG + unc-119(+)]. TY1::EGFP::3xFLAG tag inserted in frame at C-terminus of coding sequence by recombineering. Expression of transgene confirmed by GFP. References: Sarov M, et al. Nat Methods (2006) 10:839-44. Zhong, M, et al. PLoS Genet (2010) 6(2):e1000848. Strain was constructed as part of the Regulatory Element Project, part of modENCODE (http://www.modencode.org).