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Papers flagged by authors for seqchange

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00031858 checked 2009-09-04
00035152 Allele - Location (Distance from start ATG in base pairs) - Mutation - Consequence

br1 - 1332 - a to t E268V

br12 - 965 - g to a - premature stop

br21 - 965 - g to a - premature stop

br22 - 1657 - g to a - aberrant splice junction

br29 - 1388 - a to t - H279L AND 1486 - g to a - G312E

br42 - 1284 - c to t - H245Y

ok2197 319â2060 deletion incomplete transcript

00035166 ot81: 2281bp deletion from position 3282 to 5563 in the coordinates of fosmid K10C3 2009-09-21
00035158 (merged with 35179) egl-9(ia58) is a 1bp deletion and causes a frameshift in exon 3. egl-9(ia60) is a MOS1 insertion in exon 3. egl-9(ia61) is a 5bp duplication and a nearby point mutation in exon 4. 2009-09-04
00035181 mak-2(ju637) change "CCGGAGAATTTAcTTTATGT" to "CCGGAGAATTTAtTTTATGT"

cebp-1(ju659) change "AAAATCGcGTAAAAA" to "AAAATCGtGTAAAAA"

cebp-1 (ju640) change "AAAATcGCGTAAAAA" to "AAAATtGCGTAAAAA"

00035192 dhc-1(js319) is an AG -> AA mutation in the splice acceptor for exon 13. 2009-10-12
00035215 The nol-6(ac1) allele is a G to A substitution in the third exon of the C. elegans gene nol-6 resulting in a glycine to glutamic acid substitution at amino acid position 151 2009-10-01
00035247 lev-9(ox177): Mos1 insertion in the first exon between TA and TG 142 bases from the ATG.

lev-9(x62): TGG->TGA in the 6th exon 150 bases from the beginning of the 6th exon

lev-9(x16):TGG->TGA in the 11th exon 35 bases from the beginning of the 11th exon

00035252 we sequenced and confirmed the available mitani deletion allele. moreover we generated a deletion allele for toca-2, named ng11, that appears to be a null allele by sequence analysis and by western blot.

ng11 (549-2333 (1784 bp deletion)) was generated using the random mutagenesis method with TMP/UV combined with gene-specific primer sets.

00035257 checked 2009-10-08
00035315 checked 2009-10-29

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