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ZM54 C. elegans hpIs3 X. Show Description
hpIs3 [unc-25p::syd-2::GFP] X. GFP is expressed in small puncta along ventral and dorsal cords; bright perinuclear staining in DD and VD cell bodies. hpIs3/+ and hpIs3 males have reduced GFP levels in cell bodies. Reference: Yeh E, et al. J Neurosci. 2005 Apr 13;25(15):3833-41.
ZM7054 C. elegans hpIs321. Show Description
hpIs321 [nmr-1p::tomm20::miniSOG::SL2::RFP + lin-15(+)]. MiniSOG neurons ablation (AVA/AVE/AVD/others). Reference: Gao S, et al. eLife 2018 Jan 23;7:e29915. PMID: 29360035
ZM7297 C. elegans hpIs331. Show Description
hpIs331 [lgc55Bp::tomm20::miniSOG::SL2::RFP + lin-15(+)]. MiniSOG neuron ablation (AVB & others). Reference: Gao S, et al. eLife 2018 Jan 23;7:e29915. PMID: 29360035
ZM7691 C. elegans hpIs371. Show Description
hpIs371 [unc-4p::tomm20::miniSOG::SL2::RFP + lin-15(+)]. MiniSOG neuron ablation marker for A-class (A-MNs) and other motor neurons. Reference: Gao S, et al. eLife 2018 Jan 23;7:e29915. PMID: 29360035
ZM7696 C. elegans hpIs376. Show Description
hpIs376 [unc-25p::tomm20::miniSOG::SL2::RFP]. Maintain in the covered box to avoid unnecessary exposure to ambient light. Stimulation with blue light (460 nm LED light for 30 min at 4 Hz with 2 mW/mm2), induces mitochondrial-miniSOG ablation of D-class motor neurons. During neuron ablation, it is recommended to keep the lid of the plate open and use a heat disipator to keep the air cool. Generated in N2 background. Reference: Gao S, et al. eLife 2018 Jan 23;7:e29915. doi: 10.7554/eLife.29915.
ZM7798 C. elegans hpIs372. Show Description
hpIs372 [acr-5p::tomm20::miniSOG::SL2::RFP]. Maintain in the covered box to avoid unnecessary exposure to ambient light. Stimulation with blue light (460 nm LED light for 30 min at 4 Hz with 2 mW/mm2), induces mitochondrial-miniSOG ablation of B-class motor neurons. During neuron ablation, it is recommended to keep the lid of the plate open and use a heat disipator to keep the air cool. Generated in N2 background. Reference: Gao S, et al. eLife 2018 Jan 23;7:e29915. doi: 10.7554/eLife.29915.