Fitch Lab Databases

 
 

This database holds information about the genes involved in the postembryonic morphogenesis (= change in cell shape) of the male tail tip of Caenorhabditis elegans. Included are the results of RNAi knock-down experiments, phenotypic analyses of mutants, and gene expression patterns in wild-type and mutant animals.

[To see more about male tail morphogenesis, click here.]

 

This database holds information about the species in the nematode suborder Rhabditina, a large and diverse group of species related to C. elegans. Included are taxonomies, synonymizations, species descriptions, and images.

[To see more about Rhabditina, including phylogenetic relationships, click here.]

This database holds information about the strains of rhabditid nematode species maintained alive in the NYU Rhabditid Collection.

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This database holds information about the strains of C. elegans maintained in the Fitch lab, including GFP and other constructs.