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

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