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  Here is the growing [[LIST OF AVAILABLE CAENORHABDITIS SPECIES and the state of their genome projects]].  
 
  Here is the growing [[LIST OF AVAILABLE CAENORHABDITIS SPECIES and the state of their genome projects]].  
 
  Note the new species names.
 
  Note the new species names.
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'''All current species are now sequenced, being sequenced or in sequencing.''' Contact the [mailto:mark.blaxter@ed.ac.uk Blaxter lab] for details of your favourite species or see [https://caenorhabditis.org Caenorhabditis.org]
 
  For information on phylogeny and systematics: [http://128.122.60.136/fmi/iwp/cgi?-db=RhabditinaDB&-loadframes Fitch lab Rhabditina DB].
 
  For information on phylogeny and systematics: [http://128.122.60.136/fmi/iwp/cgi?-db=RhabditinaDB&-loadframes Fitch lab Rhabditina DB].
  
  Here are the [[Last news on SAMPLING]] of Caenorhabditis in the wild. Please add yours!
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  Here are the [[Last news on SAMPLING]] and DISTRIBUTION of Caenorhabditis in the wild. Please add yours!
It would be great to have a searchable world map with all isolated wild strains of Caenorhabditis (MAF and JB Pénigault are working on one). Please submit your wild strain information using the format indicated at Wormbase (http://tazendra.caltech.edu/~azurebrd/cgi-bin/forms/wild_isolate.cgi) by e-mailing the information in a table to genenames@wormbase.org (Wormbase), copying to felix@biologie.ens.fr for the world map website (to be announced) and to david.fitch@nyu.edu  for integration in the Rhabditina database (see above).
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For now: if you look for information on geographic distribution, sample origin and availability, enter the strain name in [http://www.wormbase.org/ Wormbase], for example [http://www.wormbase.org/species/c_brenneri/strain/NIC42?query=NIC#02--10 NIC42]
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or consult the following strain databases:
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[http://www.cbs.umn.edu/CGC/strains/ CGC]
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[http://labs.eeb.utoronto.ca/cutter/map/ Cutter lab map]
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[http://www.braendlelab.net/worms.html Braendle lab]
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[http://www.justbio.com/worms/index.php Felix lab].
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  Please enter any [[RECOMBINANT INBRED LINE PANELS (or other useful strain panels) here]].
 
  Please enter any [[RECOMBINANT INBRED LINE PANELS (or other useful strain panels) here]].

Latest revision as of 13:13, 20 September 2018

WELCOME to the wiki of the Caenorhabditis evolution community!

With a growing community of scientists using Caenorhabditis nematodes for evolutionary biology and ecology, this wiki aims to informally share resources and information regarding the evolution of C. elegans and other species of the Caenorhabditis genus. This wiki is not part of Wormbase per se and cannot be cited as such. Much of the information on this wiki is unpublished.

Please contribute! (you need to register first, independently of your Wormbase account)

Relevant WORMBOOK sections: 
Evolution and Ecology 
Nematodes other than C. elegans
Methods for nematode species other than C. elegans
Here is the growing LIST OF AVAILABLE CAENORHABDITIS SPECIES and the state of their genome projects. 
Note the new species names.
All current species are now sequenced, being sequenced or in sequencing. Contact the Blaxter lab for details of your favourite species or see Caenorhabditis.org
For information on phylogeny and systematics: Fitch lab Rhabditina DB.
Here are the Last news on SAMPLING and DISTRIBUTION of Caenorhabditis in the wild. Please add yours!
Please enter any RECOMBINANT INBRED LINE PANELS (or other useful strain panels) here.
News on development of GENETIC TOOLS, TRANSGENESIS, RNAi in different species 


Do not hesitate to add pages on various subjects!



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