A multi-parent recombinant inbred line population of Caenorhabditis elegans

  • Basten Snoek (Creator)
  • Rita Volkers (Creator)
  • Harm Nijveen (Creator)
  • Carola Petersen (Creator)
  • Philipp Dirksen (Creator)
  • Mark Sterken (Creator)
  • Rania Nakad (Creator)
  • Joost Riksen (Creator)
  • P.C. Rosenstiel (Creator)
  • J. Stastna (Creator)
  • B. Braekman (Creator)
  • S.C. Harvey (Creator)
  • Hinrich Schulenburg (Creator)
  • Jan Kammenga (Creator)

Dataset

Description

To investigate the effect of local genetic variation on heritable traits, we developed a new recombinant inbred line (RIL) population derived from four wild isolates. The wild isolates were collected from two closely located sites in France: Orsay and Santeuil. By crossing these four genetically diverse parental isolates a population of 200 RILs was constructed. RNA-seq was used to obtain sequence polymorphisms.
Date made available12 Oct 2018
PublisherWageningen University

Cite this

Snoek, B. (Creator), Volkers, R. (Creator), Nijveen, H. (Creator), Petersen, C. (Creator), Dirksen, P. (Creator), Sterken, M. (Creator), Nakad, R. (Creator), Riksen, J. (Creator), Rosenstiel, P. C. (Creator), Stastna, J. J. (Creator), Braekman, B. P. (Creator), Harvey, S. C. (Creator), Schulenburg, H. (Creator), Kammenga, J. (Creator) (12 Oct 2018). A multi-parent recombinant inbred line population of Caenorhabditis elegans. Wageningen University.