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Cite this (BDSC Cat# 29185, RRID:BDSC_29185)

Source Database: BDSC, catalog # 29185
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: CG30177,w
Genomic Alteration: Chromosome/1;2, breakpoints/60A1, 2R:23801876..23801876 (r6, Ti)
Availability: Available
Reference:
Notes:


https://web.expasy.org/cellosaurus/CVCL_4C68

Cite this: (Coriell Cat# HQ03054, RRID:CVCL_4C68)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease:
Category: Transformed cell line
Comment: Transformant: NCBI_TaxID; 10376; Epstein-Barr virus (EBV).


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/biosample/SAMN10026416

Cite this: (IIDP, Cat# Pancreas-Scharp/Lacy-3051, RRID:SAMN10026416)
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: 49.00 Years; Submission Date: 2018-09-10T12:51:03.327; Status of tissue: live


http://antibodyregistry.org/AB_10714032

Cite this (Aviva Systems Biology Cat# ARP52778_P050, RRID:AB_10714032)
Comments: manufacturer recommendations: WB
References:
Host Organism: rabbit
Clonality: polyclonal antibody
Target(s): ARL13B (ADP-ribosylation factor-like 13B) (against the middle region of ARL13B) (50ug)


Cite this (British Neuroscience Association, RRID:SCR_007402)

URL: http://www.bna.org.uk/

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, training resource, portal, job resource, data or information resource

The British Neuroscience Association, formerly known as The Brain Research Association, was officially relaunched in 1997, continuing many of the traditions of the BRA but with a professional and revamped style. Membership has increased dramatically since this time, now standing at 2000, and the BNA has increasingly taken a leading role in major events, such as hosting the Second Forum of European Neuroscience in Brighton in June, 2000. The BNA is the largest body representing all aspects of neuroscience from ion channels to whole animal behaviour. The Aims and Objectives of the Association are as follows: 1. To promote on a multidisciplinary basis the study of the development structure and function of the nervous system in health and disease. 2. To promote the dissemination of information to all those interested in the neurosciences and related disciplines by means of lectures, discussions, meetings and reports from time to time obtained from such researchers. 3. To advise as far as possible on issues in neurosciences related to health and disease. 4. To endeavour to increase public awareness and understanding of neuroscience research in health and disease. 5. To assist in the training of neuroscientists and other professionals engaged in neuroscience teaching and research. The BNA achieves these aims as follows: 1. By hosting a national meeting biennially, by publishing the proceedings of that meeting and distributing them to the scientific community. 2. By organising a number of focussed ''One Day symposia'' during the year, contributing to training courses for young neuroscientists and organising public lectures and events . 3. By regularly distributing information by the BNA Newsletter or by the BNA News E-mail Alert facility that can inform members about other relevant events, publications and topical issues. 4. By encouraging attendance at its own national meeting and those to which it is affiliated by awarding bursaries to students and young postdoctoral workers, and facilitating participation in the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting by offering sponsored abstract forms. 5. By awarding graduate and undergraduate prizes, and special awards to senior neuroscientists and to lay people who have contributed significantly through their own charitable work to the success of our discipline. 6. By constantly negotiating special discount prices of relevant books and journals, and by offering free online access to the European Journal of Neuroscience.The BNA is the fastest growing learned society, now boasting more than 2000 members, a rise of more than 40% since its relaunch as the BNA in 1997 from the former Brain Research Association. In addition to discounted journals and books and other occasional ''special offers'', the benefits of membership now include the following: 1. Reduced registration fees (up to 50%) to the National Meeting, and FREE admission to many events throughout the year including ''One Day Symposia'' and The Christmas Symposium. 2. Regular mailing of BNA Bulletin and other relevant items. 3. Regular BNA and FENs Email Alert service. 4. Student prizes, and bursaries for attendance at BNA, FENS and IBRO meetings. 5. Free on-line access to European Journal of Neuroscience. 6. Concessionary (SFN membership rate) registration fees and sponsored abstract forms for Society for Neuroscience annual meeting. 7. Free advertising in the BNA Bulletin and on the BNA Website. 8. Free (automatic) membership of the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS), the International Brain Research Organisation (IBRO) and the Biosciences Federation (BSF). educational resource; jobs.


Cite this (FlyBase Cat# FBst0469588, RRID:FlyBase_FBst0469588)

Source Database: FlyBase, catalog # FBst0469588
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes:
Genomic Alteration:
Availability: Availability unknown check source stock centers
Reference:
Notes:


https://web.expasy.org/cellosaurus/CVCL_4C69

Cite this: (Coriell Cat# HQ03056, RRID:CVCL_4C69)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease:
Category: Transformed cell line
Comment: Transformant: NCBI_TaxID; 10376; Epstein-Barr virus (EBV).


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/biosample/SAMN10023853

Cite this: (IIDP, Cat# Pancreas-SCICRC-3050, RRID:SAMN10023853)
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: 25.00 Years; Submission Date: 2018-09-09T20:11:03.534; Status of tissue: live


http://antibodyregistry.org/AB_10714037

Cite this (Aviva Systems Biology Cat# ARP53665_P050, RRID:AB_10714037)
Comments: manufacturer recommendations: WB
References:
Host Organism: rabbit
Clonality: polyclonal antibody
Target(s): PRSS21 (protease serine 21 (testisin)) (against the N terminal of PRSS21)(50ug)


Cite this (Neurodraw, RRID:SCR_006351)

URL: http://neurodraw.com

Resource Type: Resource, service resource

Web based Java implementation of biological neuron model networks.


Cite this (IMSR Cat# TIGM:IST11763C10, RRID:IMSR_TIGM:IST11763C10)

Source Database: IMSR, catalog # TIGM:IST11763C10
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: Ino80dos
Genomic Alteration: Gt(IST11763C10)Tigm
Availability: mouse cells
Reference:
Notes: gene symbol note: INO80 complex subunit D, opposite strand; unclassified:


https://web.expasy.org/cellosaurus/CVCL_4C70

Cite this: (Coriell Cat# HQ03057, RRID:CVCL_4C70)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease:
Category: Transformed cell line
Comment: Transformant: NCBI_TaxID; 10376; Epstein-Barr virus (EBV).


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/biosample/SAMN09951470

Cite this: (IIDP, Cat# Pancreas-Scharp/Lacy-3049, RRID:SAMN09951470)
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: 51.00 Months; Submission Date: 2018-09-04T12:35:04.232; Status of tissue: live


http://antibodyregistry.org/AB_10714040

Cite this (Aviva Systems Biology Cat# ARP54392_P050, RRID:AB_10714040)
Comments: manufacturer recommendations: WB
References:
Host Organism: rabbit
Clonality: polyclonal antibody
Target(s): NKAPL (NFKB activating protein-like) (against the middle region of NKAPL) (50??µg)


Cite this (University of Paris; Paris; France, RRID:SCR_006398)

URL: http://www.ens.fr/

Resource Type: Resource, university, institution


Cite this (ZIRC Cat# ZL12685.12, RRID:ZIRC_ZL12685.12)

Source Database: ZIRC, catalog # ZL12685.12
Genetic Background: disclaimer
Affected Genes: loxl1
Genomic Alteration: sa36735
Availability: frozen
Reference:
Notes: - Point Mutation


https://web.expasy.org/cellosaurus/CVCL_4C71

Cite this: (Coriell Cat# HQ03058, RRID:CVCL_4C71)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease:
Category: Transformed cell line
Comment: Transformant: NCBI_TaxID; 10376; Epstein-Barr virus (EBV).


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/biosample/SAMN09929594

Cite this: (IIDP, Cat# Pancreas-SCICRC-3047, RRID:SAMN09929594)
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: 51.00 Years; Submission Date: 2018-08-28T18:10:04.355; Status of tissue: live


http://antibodyregistry.org/AB_10714057

Cite this (Aviva Systems Biology Cat# ARP52307_P050, RRID:AB_10714057)
Comments: manufacturer recommendations: WB
References:
Host Organism: rabbit
Clonality: polyclonal antibody
Target(s): CHP (calcium binding protein P22) (against the N terminal of CHP)(50ug)


Cite this (Antibodies Incorporated, RRID:SCR_005877)

URL: http://www.antibodiesinc.com/index.html

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

An Antibody supplier


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