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Cite this (DGGR Cat# 200497, RRID:DGGR_200497)

Source Database: DGGR, catalog # 200497
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration: Break points/Insertion Site:70D7
Availability: Available
Notes: Received from Tokyo Metropolitan University.

Cite this: (Coriell Cat# AG22117, RRID:CVCL_1M86)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Category: Finite cell line

Cite this (LifeSpan Cat# LS-C6140-500, RRID:AB_798878)
Comments: vendor suggested use: IgG; IgG IHC-P; Immunohistochemistry - fixed; Immunohistochemistry
Host Organism: rabbit
Clonality: polyclonal antibody
Target(s): CLDN1 / Claudin 1

Cite this (Augustus: Gene Prediction, RRID:SCR_008417)


Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, data analysis software, data processing software

AUGUSTUS is a program that predicts genes in eukaryotic genomic sequences. It can be run on this web server or be downloaded and run locally. It is open source so you can compile it for your computing platform. You can now run AUGUSTUS on the German MediGRID. This enables you to submit larger sequence files and allows to use protein homology information in the prediction. The MediGRID requires an instant easy registration by email for first-time users. Features: :- The download version of AUGUSTUS can incorporate data from RNA-Seq (short cDNA reads, single or paired-end, e.g. from Illumina or SOLiD) as documented here (November 1, 2009). :- We now have a fully automatic annotation pipeline for download with the distribution. For a new genome you can feed the pipeline only with your sequences, a genome and EST or 454 reads, and then you get your genome-wide predictions out. Training is done automatically. (June 26th, 2009) :- The results can be displayed automatically in the genome browser Gbrowse. You can browse the gene predictions together with the input sequence, the constraints and the cDNA alignments. Gbrowse also enables you to simultaneously display your own annotation and to export the image in scalable vector graphics format. :- You can upload cDNA sequences together with the genomic DNA. Your ESTs or mRNA will be used to improve the gene prediction. :- AUGUSTUS ususally belongs to the most accurate programs for the species it is trained for. Often it is the most accurate ab initio program. For example, at the independent gene finder assessment (EGASP) on the human ENCODE regions AUGUSTUS was the most accurate gene finder among the tested ab initio programs. At the more recent nGASP (worm), it was among the best in the ab initio and transcript-based categories. :- AUGUSTUS is retrainable. It comes with a training program that estimates the parameters given a training set of known genes. It also comes with an optimization script that tries to find values for the meta parameters, like splice window sizes, that optimize the prediction accuracy. :- AUGUSTUS can be used ab initio and has a flexible mechanism for incorporating extrinsic information, e.g. from EST alignments and protein alignments. :- AUGUSTUS can predict alternative splicing and alternative transcripts. :- AUGUSTUS can predict the 5''UTR and 3''UTR including introns. This is in particular helpful when using EST alignments as the majority of ESTs aligns in the untranslated regions. This feature is currently only trained for human, the red algae Galdieria sulphuraria, Caenorhabditis elegans, Toxoplasma gondii, Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, pea aphid and Culex pipens (3''UTR only). :- AUGUSTUS can report a large number of alternative genes, including probabilities for the transcripts and each exon and intron. You can make AUGUSTUS predict suboptimal gene structures and you can adjust command line paramters to regulate the number of reported alternatives. AUGUSTUS has currently been trained on species specific training sets to predict genes in various species. Note that for closely related species usually only one version is necessary. For example, the human version is good for all mammals. Sponsors: Augustus is supported by UCSC. Keywords: Software, Eukaryotic, Genomic, Sequence, Computation, Homology, Genome, cDNA, Alignment, Vector, mRNA, Compilation, Specie, Mammal, Human,

Cite this (MMRRC Cat# 015469-UCD, RRID:MMRRC_015469-UCD)

Source Database: MMRRC, catalog # 015469-UCD
Genetic Background: Gene Trap
Affected Genes: Btbd10
Genomic Alteration:
Notes: Mutation type: Gene Trap

Cite this: (DSMZ Cat# ACC-286, RRID:CVCL_2217)
Organism: Mus musculus
Category: Hybridoma
Comment: Monoclonal antibody isotype: IgG1.

Cite this (Novus Cat# NB120-16155, RRID:AB_792581)
Comments: validation status unknown, reseller suggested use: IgG2a; IgG2a Flow Cytometry, Western Blot; Flow Cytometry; Western Blot
Host Organism: mouse
Clonality: monoclonal antibody
Target(s): VIP Receptor 1

Cite this (Murdoch University; Perth; Australia, RRID:SCR_011037)


Resource Type: Resource, university, institution

Cite this (MGI Cat# 5759404, RRID:MGI:5759404)

Source Database: MGI, catalog # 5759404
Genetic Background: C57BL/6N-Pram1/H
Affected Genes: Pram1
Genomic Alteration: tm1b(EUCOMM)Wtsi
Availability: Availability unknown check source stock center
Notes: Allele Detail: Targeted

Cite this: (ATCC Cat# CRL-1474, RRID:CVCL_2384)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Category: Finite cell line

Cite this (LifeSpan Cat# LS-C17607-100, RRID:AB_799215)
Comments: vendor suggested use: IgG; IgG Western Blot; WB (1:1000)
Host Organism: rabbit
Clonality: polyclonal antibody
Target(s): RASGRF1

Cite this (IMSR Cat# TIGM:IST10880B10, RRID:IMSR_TIGM:IST10880B10)

Source Database: IMSR, catalog # TIGM:IST10880B10
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: Zfp97
Genomic Alteration: Gt(IST10880B10)Tigm
Availability: mouse cells
Notes: gene symbol note: zinc finger protein 97; unclassified:

Cite this: (IFO Cat# IFO50422, RRID:CVCL_2692)
Organism: Sus scrofa
Category: Spontaneously immortalized cell line

Cite this (Novus Cat# NB110-38898, RRID:AB_2215657)
Comments: validation status unknown, reseller suggested use: Immunohistochemistry; Immunohistochemistry
Host Organism: rabbit
Clonality: polyclonal antibody
Target(s): Rabbit XRCC1

Cite this (GENEWEAVER, RRID:SCR_009202)


Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application

Software application for charting family medical/health history (entry from Genetic Analysis Software)

Cite this (BDSC Cat# 63471, RRID:BDSC_63471)

Source Database: BDSC, catalog # 63471
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: Cerk,Scer\GAL4,w
Genomic Alteration: Chromosome/1;3, breakpoints/83A1, 3R:5367444..5367444 (r6, Ti)
Availability: Available
Notes: May be segregating TM6B, Tb[1].

Cite this: (JCRB Cat# JCRB0518, RRID:CVCL_2813)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Category: Finite cell line

Cite this (LifeSpan Cat# LS-C16402-100, RRID:AB_797000)
Comments: vendor suggested use: ELISA; Western Blot; Immunocytochemistry; ELISA, ICC, WB
Host Organism: rabbit
Clonality: polyclonal antibody
Target(s): MAP2K7 / MEK7

Cite this (Signalway, RRID:SCR_003659)


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

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