Supplemental Material for Bhandari et al., 2020
datasetposted on 21.02.2020, 17:44 by Nirajan Bhandari, Christine Rourke, Thomas Wilmoth, Alekya Bheemreddy, David Schulman, Dina Collins, Harold E. Smith, Andy Golden, Aimee Jaramillo-Lambert
Figure S1 demonstrates that the RNAi knockdown of suppressor candidates do not cause embryonic lethality in a wild-type genetic background. Figure S2 shows the specificity of the C. elegans anti-TOP-2 antibody. Table S1 is a list of the C. elegans strains used in this study. Table S2 shows that RNAi of suppressor candidates in the suppressor background does not reverse suppression.