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GR2247 C. elegans mdt-15(mg584) III. Show Description
Gain of function allele of mdt-15. Reference: Mao K, et al. Cell Metab. 2019 Feb 14. pii: S1550-4131(19)30022-1.
XA7702 C. elegans mdt-15(tm2182) III. Show Description
Short lifespan. Altered fat storage. Toxin sensitive. Low brood size. Clr.
QC127 C. elegans mdt-15(et14) I; paqr-2(tm3410) III. Show Description
paqr-2(tm3410) homozygotes are unable to grow at 15°C and exhibit a withered tail tip phenotype at 20°C and 25°C. mdt-15(et14) is a gain-of-function allele and suppresses the cold-adaptation defect and tail-tip defects of paqr-2(tm3410) mutants. mdt-15(et14); paqr-2(tm3410) double mutants can be propagated at 15°C and have a weak tail tip defect. Reference: Svensk E, et al. PLoS Genet. 2013 Sep;9(9):e1003801.
BC11928 C. elegans dpy-5(e907) I; sIs10491. Show Description
sIs10491[rCesR12B2.5a::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).
QC142 C. elegans fld-1(et45) I; paqr-2(tm3410) mdt-15(et14) III. Show Description
No obvious phenotype. The fld-1 and mdt-15 mutations act as suppressors of paqr-2.
QC145 C. elegans fld-1(et48) I; paqr-2(tm3410) mdt-15(et14) III. Show Description
No obvious phenotype. The fld-1 and mdt-15 mutations act as suppressors of paqr-2.
QC152 C. elegans mdt-15(et14) III. Show Description
The mdt-15(et14) gain-of-function mutation has no obvious phenotype on its own but can act as a paqr-2 suppressor. The C5832666T [WS200] mutation can be detected by PCR using the following primers: mdt-15(et14) Mut Fwd: 5’-GTGCCTCCAGATCCACAGCT-3’; mdt-15(et14) WT Fwd: 5’-GTGCCTCCAGATCCACAGCC-3’; mdt-15 Rev: 5’-CACCCATTGGAGCACCACT-3’. Annealing 65°C, expected product ~400 bp. Reference: Svensk E, et al. PLoS Genetics 9:e1003801. PMID: 24068966
QC155 C. elegans nhr-49(et8) I; mdt-15(et14) III. Show Description
This double mutant strain contains an excess polyunsaturated fatty acids in its cell membranes accompanied by excess lipid peroxidation, cell permeability, increased autophagy and other defects. The nhr-49(et8) C9873765T [WS200] mutation can be detected by PCR using the following primers: nhr-49 Fwd: 5’-CAGATTATGATTCGTGATGCTAGA-3; nhr-49 WT Rev: 5’-GAGATGAAAGATGTTGCTGTAGAG-3; nhr-49 Mut Rev: 5’-GAGATGAAAGATGTTGCTGTAGAA-3’. Annealing 65°C, expected products ~300 bp. The mdt-15(et14) C5832666T [WS200] mutation can be detected by PCR using the following primers: mdt-15(et14) Mut Fwd: 5’-GTGCCTCCAGATCCACAGCT-3’; mdt-15(et14) WT Fwd: 5’-GTGCCTCCAGATCCACAGCC-3’; mdt-15 Rev: 5’-CACCCATTGGAGCACCACT-3’. Annealing 65°C, expected product ~400 bp. Reference: Devkota R, et al. Genetics (in press). Volume 219, Issue 1, September 2021. https://doi.org/10.1093/genetics/iyab093
QC156 C. elegans acs-13(et54) nhr-49(et8) I; mdt-15(et14) III. Show Description
This triple mutant strain contains an excess polyunsaturated fatty acids in its cell membranes accompanied by excess lipid peroxidation, cell permeability, increased autophagy and other defects. The acs-13(et54) mutation (G125R) can be detected using PCR with the following primers: WT FWD: 5´CTA CCA GGG TGT TCG CCA TG 3; acs-13 mutant FWD: 5´CTA CCA GGG TGT TCG CCA TA 3; acs-13 REV: 5´TCA AAC TTG GGC ATT GCT CC 3´. Annealing 65°C, expected product 395 bp. The nhr-49(et8) C9873765T [WS200] mutation can be detected by PCR using the following primers: nhr-49 Fwd: 5’-CAGATTATGATTCGTGATGCTAGA-3; nhr-49 WT Rev: 5’-GAGATGAAAGATGTTGCTGTAGAG-3; nhr-49 Mut Rev: 5’-GAGATGAAAGATGTTGCTGTAGAA-3’. Annealing 65°C, expected products ~300 bp. The mdt-15(et14) C5832666T [WS200] mutation can be detected by PCR using the following primers: mdt-15(et14) Mut Fwd: 5’-GTGCCTCCAGATCCACAGCT-3’; mdt-15(et14) WT Fwd: 5’-GTGCCTCCAGATCCACAGCC-3’; mdt-15 Rev: 5’-CACCCATTGGAGCACCACT-3’. Annealing 65°C, expected product ~400 bp. Reference: Devkota R, et al. Genetics (in press). Volume 219, Issue 1, September 2021. https://doi.org/10.1093/genetics/iyab093