Check out the latest chapter of WormBook in Genetics-‘Invading, Leading and Navigating Cells in Caenorhabditis elegans: Insights into Cell Movement in Vivo‘, by David R. Sherwood and Julie Plastino.
If you are looking for interaction data for C. elegans look no further than our FTP site. At every release WormBase deposits data files on the FTP site under the relevant release number and species directories. The files are named after the data they contain. The interactions file for C. elegans for the WS261 release can be found here and is called c_elegans.PRJNA13758.WS261.interactions.txt.gz
The latest chapter of WormBook is now available: Cell Biology of the Mitochondrion by Alexander M. van der Bliek, Margaret M. Sedensky and Phil G. Morgan.
If you would like to register a new lab and/or receive strain and allele designations please consult the WormBase documentation page here. This page also describes the nomenclature that WormBase requires and uses to describe genes, alleles, strains, gene knockouts, modifiers (suppressors, revertants and enhancers), and chromosomal aberrations (duplications, deficiencies, inversions and translocations) .
Read about the the goals and major foci of experimental evolution with C. elegans and related species, in the chapter ‘Experimental Evolution with Caenorhabditis Nematodes‘ in WormBook GENETICS, by Henrique Teotónio et al.