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Cite this (IMSR Cat# CMMR:398B7, RRID:IMSR_CMMR:398B7)

Source Database: IMSR, catalog # CMMR:398B7
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: Ndufa2
Genomic Alteration: Gt (398B7) Cmhd
Availability: mouse cells
Reference:
Notes: gene symbol note: NADH dehydrogenase (ubiquinone) 1 alpha subcomplex, 2; unclassified: gene trap 398B7, Centre for Modeling Human Disease


https://web.expasy.org/cellosaurus/CVCL_4C72

Cite this: (Coriell Cat# HQ03059, RRID:CVCL_4C72)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease:
Category: Transformed cell line
Comment: Transformant: NCBI_TaxID; 10376; Epstein-Barr virus (EBV).


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/biosample/SAMN09929411

Cite this: (IIDP, Cat# Pancreas-Scharp/Lacy-3046, RRID:SAMN09929411)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease: Diabetes
Category: Tissue: Pancreas
Comment: Human pancreatic islets were isolated using standardized procedures established at each manufacturing laboratory. Preparations were then distributed through the IIDP for use in scientific studies.; Provider: David Scharp,The Scharp-Lacy Research Institute, Aliso Viejo, CA, 92656; Age: 37.00 Years; Submission Date: 2018-08-28T17:10:05.231; Status of tissue: live


http://antibodyregistry.org/AB_10714059

Cite this (Aviva Systems Biology Cat# ARP54715_P050, RRID:AB_10714059)
Comments: manufacturer recommendations: WB
References:
Host Organism: rabbit
Clonality: polyclonal antibody
Target(s): GBP2 (guanylate binding protein 2 interferon-inducible) (against the N terminal of GBP2) (50??µg)


Cite this (Neurotechnology Industry Organization, RRID:SCR_006556)

URL: http://www.neurotechindustry.org/

Resource Type: Resource, organization portal, portal, data or information resource

The Neurotechnology Industry Organization (NIO) is a non-profit trade association that represents companies involved in neuroscience (neuropharmaceuticals, cell-based therapeutics, neurodevices and neurodiagnostics), academic neuroscience research centers, and brain-illness advocacy groups across the United States and throughout the world. NIO was formed to provide a unified voice for the commerical neuroscience community. NIO advocates for its member organizations on a range of issues related to neurotechnology research and business development including favorable changes in the tax code, intellectual property issues, neuroethics, public policy, reimbursement and patient advocacy. Thank you for taking the time to read this brief introduction to the Neurotechnology Industry Organization (NIO), the recently formed trade association representing companies involved in neuroscience (drugs, devices and diagnostics), brain research centers, patient advocacy groups, and research foundations worldwide. NIO was founded in August 2006 and has attracted over 80 member organizations. NIO''s mission is to accelerate treatments and cures for brain and nervous system illnesses by: * Advocating neurotech''s position to government and regulatory officials * Promoting the industry''s progress and contributions to quality of life * Providing industry development services for our members NIO is spearheading several innovative programs that will benefit your company including: National Neurotechnology Initiative - a new $200M/year Federal initiative aimed at accelerating translational neuroscience innovation and improving the effectiveness of the FDA review process for neuroscience drugs, devices and diagnostics NIO/FDA private-public working group - an initiative to work collaboratively with the FDA to improve the efficiency of the evaluation process for neuroscience products and to increase communication and clarity during the regulatory process Partnering, investment and policy events - networking events with other members of the global commercial neuroscience community at events such as the annual public policy tour in March in Washington D.C. and the Neurotech investing and partnering conference in Spring National Visibility - NIO actively outreaches to global media outlets to encourage coverage of Neurotech that will foster great investor, policymaker and consumer interest. As a member of NIO you will enjoy the following benefits: * Influence in the industry''s overall development agenda * Access to key opinion leaders in Congress, regulatory agencies, media * Participation in FDA and CMS working groups, stakeholder meetings * Expanded networking at neurotech investing and partnering events throughout the year * Participation in neuroscience education awareness initiatives, public awareness campaigns * Industry leadership through participation in driving innovative legislation, new projects NIO''s programs increase awareness of commercial neuroscience products, reduce barriers to innovation, support industry growth and will benefit your company and industry. I hope that you will consider joining NIO in support of our mission to give the brain a voice..


Cite this (IMSR Cat# TIGM:IST14753D12, RRID:IMSR_TIGM:IST14753D12)

Source Database: IMSR, catalog # TIGM:IST14753D12
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: Hic2
Genomic Alteration: Gt(IST14753D12)Tigm
Availability: mouse cells
Reference:
Notes: gene symbol note: hypermethylated in cancer 2; unclassified: gene trap IST14753D12, Texas A&M Institute for Genomic Medicine


https://web.expasy.org/cellosaurus/CVCL_4C73

Cite this: (Coriell Cat# HQ03060, RRID:CVCL_4C73)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease:
Category: Transformed cell line
Comment: Transformant: NCBI_TaxID; 10376; Epstein-Barr virus (EBV).


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/biosample/SAMN09879101

Cite this: (IIDP, Cat# Pancreas-Scharp/Lacy-3045, RRID:SAMN09879101)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease: Diabetes
Category: Tissue: Pancreas
Comment: Human pancreatic islets were isolated using standardized procedures established at each manufacturing laboratory. Preparations were then distributed through the IIDP for use in scientific studies.; Provider: David Scharp,The Scharp-Lacy Research Institute, Aliso Viejo, CA, 92656; Age: 33.00 Years; Submission Date: 2018-08-22T10:41:04.614; Status of tissue: live


http://antibodyregistry.org/AB_1071405

Cite this (Thermo Fisher Scientific Cat# MA1-35927, RRID:AB_1071405)
Comments: Discontinued; Applications: Flow Cytometry (1:50), Immunohistochemistry (Frozen), Immunoprecipitation; Reactive Species: Human
References:
Host Organism: mouse
Clonality: monoclonal antibody
Target(s): CD180



Cite this (IMSR Cat# RBRC00377, RRID:IMSR_RBRC00377)

Source Database: IMSR, catalog # RBRC00377
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: Mpzl3
Genomic Alteration: ruf
Availability: mouse cells
Reference:
Notes: gene symbol note: myelin protein zero-like 3; mutant strain, coisogenic strain: rough fur


https://web.expasy.org/cellosaurus/CVCL_4C74

Cite this: (Coriell Cat# HQ03061, RRID:CVCL_4C74)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease:
Category: Transformed cell line
Comment: Transformant: NCBI_TaxID; 10376; Epstein-Barr virus (EBV).


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/biosample/SAMN09867385

Cite this: (IIDP, Cat# Pancreas-SCICRC-3044, RRID:SAMN09867385)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease: Diabetes
Category: Tissue: Pancreas
Comment: Human pancreatic islets were isolated using standardized procedures established at each manufacturing laboratory. Preparations were then distributed through the IIDP for use in scientific studies.; Provider: Fouad Kandeel,Southern California Islet Cell Resources Center, Duarte, CA, 91010; Age: 24.00 Years; Submission Date: 2018-08-21T02:01:15.971; Status of tissue: live


http://antibodyregistry.org/AB_10714060

Cite this (Aviva Systems Biology Cat# ARP54794_P050, RRID:AB_10714060)
Comments: manufacturer recommendations: WB
References:
Host Organism: rabbit
Clonality: polyclonal antibody
Target(s): GZMA (granzyme A (granzyme 1 cytotoxic T-lymphocyte-associated serine esterase 3)) (against the C terminal of GZMA)(50ug)


    ProSpec

Cite this (ProSpec, RRID:SCR_006584)

URL: https://www.prospecbio.com/

Resource Type: Resource, material resource, reagent supplier, commercial organization, antibody supplier

An Antibody supplier


Cite this (MGI Cat# 3689963, RRID:MGI:3689963)

Source Database: MGI, catalog # 3689963
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: Igh,Igk
Genomic Alteration:
Availability: Availability unknown check source stock center
Reference:
Notes: Strain Type: congenic


https://web.expasy.org/cellosaurus/CVCL_4C75

Cite this: (Coriell Cat# HQ03062, RRID:CVCL_4C75)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease: Huntington's disease
Category: Transformed cell line
Comment: Transformant: NCBI_TaxID; 10376; Epstein-Barr virus (EBV).


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/biosample/SAMN09862214

Cite this: (IIDP, Cat# Pancreas-SCICRC-3043, RRID:SAMN09862214)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease: Diabetes
Category: Tissue: Pancreas
Comment: Human pancreatic islets were isolated using standardized procedures established at each manufacturing laboratory. Preparations were then distributed through the IIDP for use in scientific studies.; Provider: Fouad Kandeel,Southern California Islet Cell Resources Center, Duarte, CA, 91010; Age: 31.00 Years; Submission Date: 2018-08-20T01:25:04.915; Status of tissue: live


http://antibodyregistry.org/AB_10714062

Cite this (Aviva Systems Biology Cat# ARP55411_P050, RRID:AB_10714062)
Comments: manufacturer recommendations: WB
References:
Host Organism: rabbit
Clonality: polyclonal antibody
Target(s): FAM78A (family with sequence similarity 78 member A) (against the C terminal of FAM78A)(50ug)


Cite this (University of Nevada at Reno; Nevada; USA, RRID:SCR_005882)

URL: http://www.unr.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, university, institution


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