Phenotypes:

Alleles for which the sequence change is known are listed in boldface.

The following phenotypes have been observed in cca-1:

Phenotype Entities Affected Supporting Evidence
cell physiology phenotypeAllele:
gk30
Curator: Karen Yook
Paper evidence: Stout RF & Parpura V, 2011
Remark: Cultured CEPsh glial cells from mutant worms exhibit altered intracellular calcium-based responses to depolarization.
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Phenotype not observed:
The following phenotypes have been reported as NOT observed in cca-1
Phenotype Entities Affected Supporting Evidence
lethalAllele:
tm8851
Curator: Karen Yook
Person evidence: National Bioresource Project c/o Dr. Shohei Mitani
Remark: Classified as homozygous viable by the National BioResource Project of Japan.
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embryonic lethalRNAi:
WBRNAi00043146
Paper evidence: Sonnichsen B et al., 2005
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maternal sterileRNAi:
WBRNAi00043146
Paper evidence: Sonnichsen B et al., 2005
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nematode phenotypeRNAi:
WBRNAi00012391
Paper evidence: Kamath RS et al., 2003
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embryonic lethalRNAi:
WBRNAi00012391
Paper evidence: Kamath RS et al., 2003
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organism morphology variantRNAi:
WBRNAi00043146
Paper evidence: Sonnichsen B et al., 2005
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maternal sterileRNAi:
WBRNAi00012391
Paper evidence: Kamath RS et al., 2003
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postembryonic development variantRNAi:
WBRNAi00012391
Paper evidence: Kamath RS et al., 2003
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larval arrestRNAi:
WBRNAi00012391
Paper evidence: Kamath RS et al., 2003
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slow growthRNAi:
WBRNAi00012391
Paper evidence: Kamath RS et al., 2003
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larval lethalRNAi:
WBRNAi00012391
Paper evidence: Kamath RS et al., 2003
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sterile progenyRNAi:
WBRNAi00012391
Paper evidence: Kamath RS et al., 2003
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nematode phenotypeRNAi:
WBRNAi00043146
Paper evidence: Sonnichsen B et al., 2005
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Interaction-based phenotypes:

The following phenotypes are indirectly caused or affected by some perturbation of cca-1 in the context of a genetic interaction :


Overexpression:
Overexpression of the cca-1 gene results in the following phenotypes.