IntroductionCaenorhabditis elegans is a popular genetic model organism, preferred for its small sizeand observable phenotype. Among the observable phenotypes of C. elegans areblistered worms, with fluid filled blisters on their cuticles possibly caused by a geneticmutation. To identify this genetic mutation, we can isolate the blistered phenotypes anddetermine the gene responsible for the blistere ...[Show More]
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