|VC226||C. elegans||ida-1(ok409) III. Show Description
B0244.2. Slow-growing, and some animals appear sterile or Egl. Tail defects are common, and hermaphrodites can be mistaken for males in extreme cases. 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
|BL5752||C. elegans||inIs181; inIs182. Show Description
inIs181 [ida-1p::GFP]. inIs182 [ida-1p::GFP]. This is a strain in which two integrated copies of the same construct were crossed into a single strain in order to have stronger expression. Both arrays contain pTZ3i, which is ida-1::GFP with 2.4 kb of ida-1 promoter driving expression of ida-1::GFP fusion proten with ida-1 introns 3-9 included.
|BL5717||C. elegans||inIs179 II; him-8(e1489) IV. Show Description
inIs179 [ida-1p::GFP]. GFP is expressed in a subset of neurons and the neuroendocrine uv1 cells of the vulva. Identified neurons include ADE, ALA, ASI, ASK, AUA, ASG, AVH, AVJ, AVK, VC, HSN, PDE, PVP, PHA, PHB, PHC. Male sex-specific neurons include CA and some ray neurons. Plasmid pida-1::GFP 7.6 was injected into N2 and integrated to generate BL5715, then crossed into him-8(e1489) background.