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DR1347 C. elegans Show Description
Reference WBG 10(2) 140-141. Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. DR subclone of GA-1 (Tc1 pattern I).
DR1348 C. elegans Show Description
Reference WBG 10(2) 140-141. Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. DR subclone of GA-1 (Tc1 pattern I).
DR1349 C. elegans Show Description
Reference WBG 10(2) 140-141 and 11(5) 60. Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. DR subclone of PA-1.
DR1350 C. elegans Show Description
Reference WBG 10(2) 140-141. Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. DR subclone of PA-2 (Tc1 pattern III).
DR966 C. elegans dpy-13(e184) ama-1(+) IV. Show Description
Dpy. Sensitive to alpha-amanitin. [NOTE: formerly described as ama-1(m118m370m414), it has been determined that m414 was reversion of m367 back to wild-type sequence.] Reference: Bowman EA, Riddle DR, Kelly WG. G3 November 2011 1:411-416.
DUP223 C. elegans glh-1(sam129[glh-1::T2A::sGFP2(1-10)]) I. Show Description
T2A::sGFP2(1-10) fused to the C-terminus of endogenous GLH-1. The T2A self-cleaving peptide separates sGFP2(1-10) from GLH-1 post-translationally so that sGFP2(1-10) disperses throughout germ cell nuclei and cytoplasm. sGFP2(1-10) is also maternally loaded into embryos, where it persists through early and mid-embryonic development. Proteins tagged with the 16aa GFP11 or M3 sequence will bind sGFP2(1-10) in the germline and early embryo to emit GFP fluorescence. Broods from DUP223 are similar to wild-type at permissive and restrictive temperatures. Transgene tag was inserted by CRISPR/Cas9 in an N2 background. [NOTE: (04/23/2021) The original stock received by the CGC was found to be carrying a second insertion, clu-1(sam131[GFP(11)::clu-1]. A new stock verified by to be carrying the correct transgene was received from DUP 05/04/2021.] Reference: Goudeau J, et al. Genetics. 2021 Apr; 217(4): iyab014. PMID: 33693628.
DUP237 C. elegans glh-1(sam140[glh-1::T2A::wrmScarlet(1-10)]) I. Show Description
T2A::wrmScarlet(1-10) fused to the C-terminus of endogenous GLH-1. The T2A self-cleaving peptide separates wrmScarlet(1-10) from GLH-1 post-translationally so that wrmScarlet(1-10) disperses throughout germ cell nuclei and cytoplasm. wrmScarlet(1-10) is also maternally loaded into embryos, where it persists through early and mid-embryonic development. Proteins tagged with the 18aa wrmScarlet(11) sequence will bind wrmScarlet(1-10) in the germline and early embryo to emit wrmScarlet fluorescence. Broods from DUP237 are similar to wild-type at permissive and restrictive temperatures. Transgene tag was inserted by CRISPR/Cas9 in an N2 background. Reference: Goudeau J, et al. Genetics. 2021 Apr; 217(4): iyab014. PMID: 33693628.
DV2689 C. elegans sec-5(pk2357)/mIn1 [dpy-10(e128) mIs14] II. Show Description
Heterozygotes segregate wild-type GFP+ heterozygotes, GFP+ Dpy, and sec-5 homozygotes (scrawny, small broods, abnormal gut appearance) sec-5 is homozygous maternal-effect lethal; M+Z- animals produce a few dead L1-L2 stage larvae with Vab defects. Pick GFP+ wild-type to maintain. Based upon phenotype, pk2357 is a strong loss-of-function, but likely not a null allele; molecular lesion produces a premature stop at position 389. Reference: Frische EW, et al. EMBO J. 2007 Dec 12;26(24):5083-92. [NOTE: This strain was previously described as carrying pk2358, but pk2357 is the correct allele. Both pk2357 and pk2358 cause the same nonsense (amber) change.]
DV3462 C. elegans rheb-1(re242)/qC1 [dpy-19(e1259) glp-1(q339)] nIs189 III. Show Description
nIs189 [myo-2::GFP] integrated in or near qC1. No recombination seen between nIs189 and qC1; fails to complement all markers on qC1. Pick wild-type GFP+ to maintain. Heterozygotes are wild-type GFP+ (pharynx), and segregate wild-type GFP+ heterozygotes, Dpy Sterile GFP+, and non-GFP re242 homozygotes (arrested at L3).
DWF1105 Acrobeloides sp. Show Description
Isolated in Arizona desert. Identification by E. Mae Noffsinger.
DWF1106 Acrobeloides sp. Show Description
Isolated in Arizona desert. Identification by E. Mae Noffsinger as Acrobeloides obliquus.
DWF1107 Acrobeloides butschlii Show Description
Original sample from peach orchard at Lodi CA. Original culture sent to DWF from B. Jaffee. Identification by E. Mae Noffsinger.
DWF1108 Acrobeloides sp. Show Description
Originally from ecological study at University of GA. Identification by E. Mae Noffsinger.
DWF1109 Acrobeloides thornei Show Description
Mentioned in Soil Biol. Biochem 25(9): 1141-1151, 1993. Sent to DWF from E.M. Noffsinger. [6/98: Paul De Ley has checked this strain and suggests that it doesn't match the original description of Acrobeloides thornei very well.]
DWF1110 Acrobeloides ellesmerensis Show Description
Mentioned in Soil Biol. Biochem 25(9): 1141-1151, 1993. Sent to DWF from E.M. Noffsinger. Isolated in CA.
DWF1301 Cephalobus sp. Show Description
Isolated in Fort Collins, CO. Species identification done by Lynn Carta.
DWF1501 Dolichorhabditis sp. Show Description
Isolated in Brazil.
DWF1604 Operculrhabditis sp. Show Description
Originally from UCR collection. Identification by E. Mae Noffsinger.
DWF1701 Zeldia sp. Show Description
Isolated in Fort Collins, CO. Species identification done by Lynn Carta.
DWP219 C. elegans daam-1(ups39) V. Show Description
Superficially wild-type. ups39 is a CRISPR-engineered deletion within daam-1. daam-1(ups39) encodes an in-frame stop codon near the start of its FH2-coding sequence, and a 1-nt frame shift due to the LoxP site, and is thus predicted encode a non-functional formin. Reference: Sundaramurthy S, et al. Cytoskeleton (Hoboken). 2020 Oct;77(10):422-441. doi: 10.1002/cm.21639. PMID: 33103378.
DWP3 C. elegans qaIs8001. Show Description
qaIs8001 [fhod-1::GFP + unc-119(+)]. Integrated functional translational FHOD-1::GFP fusion. Superficially wild-type. Reference: Mi-Mi L, et al. J Cell Biol. 2012 Jul 9;198(1):87-102. doi: 10.1083/jcb.201202053.
EB4491 C. elegans dzDf1 lem-4(ve691[myo-2p::GFP])/tmC25 [unc-5(tm9708)] IV. Show Description
dzDf1 [IV:506328 - 698511 deleted]. Pick wild-type GFP+ to maintain. Heterozygotes are wildtype GFP+ and segregate into dead eggs (dzDf1 homozygotes), wild-type GFP+ (Heterozygotes), and Unc (tmC25 homozygotes).
EB4499 C. elegans dzDf2/szT1 [lon-2(e678) umnIs17] I; +/szT1 X. Show Description
dzDf2 [I:2037935 - 2261431 deleted]. Pick wild-type GFP+ to maintain. Heterozygotes are wildtype GFP+, segregate into wild-type GFP+, dead eggs, and GFP+ Lon males.
EB4500 C. elegans dzDf3/szT1 [lon-2(e678) umnIs17] I; +/szT1 X. Show Description
dzDf3 [I:1999831 - 2100118 deleted]. Heterozygotes are wild-type GFP+. Segregate wild-type GFP+, dead eggs, and GFP+ Lon males.
ED3005 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated from a compost bin from a West Mains allotment public vegetable garden near Edinburgh Scotland on Dec. 19, 2005. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): J. Reference: Andersen EC, et al. Nat Genet. 2012 Jan 29;44(3):285-90.
ED3010 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated from a compost bin from a Midmar Allotment public vegetable garden (field 1 plot 39) near Edinburgh Scotland on Nov. 26, 2005. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): A.
ED3011 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated from a compost bin from a Midmar Allotment public vegetable garden (field 1 plot 39) near Edinburgh Scotland on Nov. 26, 2005. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): J.
ED3012 C. elegans Show Description
Maintain under normal conditions. Reference: Andersen EC, Nat Genet. 2012 Jan 29;44(3):285-90.
ED3014 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated from a compost bin from a Midmar Allotment public vegetable garden (field 1 plot 39) near Edinburgh Scotland on Dec. 3, 2005. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): A.
ED3017 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated from a compost bin from a Midmar Allotment public vegetable garden (field 1 plot 39) near Edinburgh Scotland on Dec. 19, 2005. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): N.
ED3021 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated from a compost bin from a Midmar Allotment public vegetable garden (field 1 plot 39) near Edinburgh Scotland on Dec. 3, 2005. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): J.
ED3024 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated from a compost bin from a Midmar Allotment public vegetable garden (field 2 plot 43) near Edinburgh Scotland on Dec. 19, 2005. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): A.
ED3032 C. briggsae Show Description
Isolated as a single hermaphrodite from a flower bed soil sample in the botanic gardens in Chungcheng, Taipei, Taiwan, September 29, 2005.
ED3033 C. briggsae Show Description
Isolated as a single hermaphrodite from rotting wood in the garden of a private residence in Tien Mu, Taipai, Taiwan, Oct. 2, 2005.
ED3034 C. briggsae Show Description
Isolated as a single hermaphrodite from rotting wood in the garden of a private residence in Tien Mu, Taipai, Taiwan, Oct. 2, 2005.
ED3035 C. briggsae Show Description
Isolated as a single hermaphrodite from rotting wood in the garden of a private residence in Tien Mu, Taipai, Taiwan, Oct. 2, 2005.
ED3036 C. briggsae Show Description
Isolated as a single hermaphrodite from rotting wood in the garden of a private residence in Tien Mu, Taipai, Taiwan, Oct. 2, 2005.
ED3037 C. briggsae Show Description
Isolated as a single hermaphrodite from rotting wood in the garden of a private residence in Tien Mu, Taipai, Taiwan, Oct. 2, 2005.
ED3040 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated from compost from Jenny Pettifor's garden in the Paview neighborhood in Johannesburg, South Africa, on May 5, 2006. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): alpha.
ED3041 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated near Ceres, South Africa, on April 2, 2006. Lat: -33.3667; Lon: 19.31667. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): beta.
ED3042 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated from compost at a plant nursery at the Ceres Fruit Farms in the Western Cape province near Ceres, South Africa, on May 5, 2006. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): beta.
ED3043 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated near Ceres, South Africa, on April 2, 2006. Lat: -33.3667; Lon: 19.31667. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): beta.
ED3044 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated near Ceres, South Africa, on April 2, 2006. Lat: -33.3667; Lon: 19.31667. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): beta.
ED3045 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated near Ceres, South Africa, on April 2, 2006. Lat: -33.3667; Lon: 19.31667. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): beta.
ED3046 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated from compost at a plant nursery at the Ceres Fruit Farms in the Western Cape province near Ceres, South Africa, on May 5, 2006. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): gamma.
ED3048 C. elegans Show Description
Maintain under normal conditions. Reference: Andersen EC, Nat Genet. 2012 Jan 29;44(3):285-90.
ED3049 C. elegans Show Description
Maintain under normal conditions. Reference: Andersen EC, Nat Genet. 2012 Jan 29;44(3):285-90.
ED3050 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated near Ceres, South Africa, on April 2, 2006. Lat: -33.3667; Lon: 19.31667. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): beta.
ED3051 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated near Ceres, South Africa, on April 2, 2006. Lat: -33.3667; Lon: 19.31667. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): beta.
ED3052 C. elegans Show Description
Caenorhabditis elegans wild isolate. Isolated from compost at a plant nursery at the Ceres Fruit Farms in the Western Cape province near Ceres, South Africa, on May 5, 2006. Haplotype (according to Cutter 2006 and Dolgin et al 2008): delta.