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The 24th C. elegans international conference will be held this year June 24-28 in Glasgow (Scotland). It is the first time the event is being organized outside of the United States. Both in-person and virtual attending options will be provided.
See the website for more details: https://genetics-gsa.org/celegans2023/
The briggsae.org site is now up and running.
The briggsae.org website is finally back on track after almost one and half years!
The site went down after changing the service provider. The problem was with database backup that wasn’t working when imported to a new account. It took considerable time and efforts to fix the issue. Currently, the site is being served from a subdirectory of our lab website (www.macwormlab.net). We hope to restore the original site soon.
Boroweic et al. (2020) describes the phenomena in which decaying bodies of older C. elegans turn into nutritious fluid for their offsprings using the insulin/IGF-1 insulin pathway.
To read more, please click here
The article by Kanzaki, N. et al. (2018) describes the first sibling species of C. elegans – C. inopinata including its morphological, ecological, behavioural and genetic analysis.
To find out more, please read the article below:
Kanzaki, N., Tsai, I.J., Tanaka, R. et al. Biology and genome of a newly discovered sibling species of Caenorhabditis elegans. Nat Commun 9, 3216 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-018-05712-5