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Cite this (IMSR Cat# TIGM:IST14809G7, RRID:IMSR_TIGM:IST14809G7)

Source Database: IMSR, catalog # TIGM:IST14809G7
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: Camk1d
Genomic Alteration: Gt(IST14809G7)Tigm
Availability: mouse cells
Reference:
Notes: gene symbol note: calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase ID; unclassified: gene trap IST14809G7, Texas A&M Institute for Genomic Medicine


https://web.expasy.org/cellosaurus/CVCL_0G63

Cite this: (Coriell Cat# GM50173, RRID:CVCL_0G63)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease:
Category: Transformed cell line
Comment: Transformant: NCBI_TaxID; 10376; Epstein-Barr virus (EBV).


http://antibodyregistry.org/AB_873928

Cite this (Abcam Cat# ab43787, RRID:AB_873928)
Comments: seller recommendations: Western Blot; WB
References:
Host Organism: mouse
Clonality: polyclonal antibody
Target(s): MGC17330-like antibody



Cite this (MMRRC Cat# 024719-UCD, RRID:MMRRC_024719-UCD)

Source Database: MMRRC, catalog # 024719-UCD
Genetic Background: Gene Trap
Affected Genes: Epb41
Genomic Alteration:
Availability:
Reference:
Notes: Mutation type: Gene Trap


https://web.expasy.org/cellosaurus/CVCL_0G81

Cite this: (RRID:CVCL_0G81)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease:
Category: Induced pluripotent stem cell
Comment:


http://antibodyregistry.org/AB_2128817

Cite this (Santa Cruz Biotechnology Cat# sc-5727, RRID:AB_2128817)
Comments: validation status unknown check with seller; recommendations: ELISA; Western Blot; Immunofluorescence; Immunoprecipitation; WB, IP, IF, ELISA
References:
Host Organism: goat
Clonality: monoclonal antibody
Target(s): TIP60 (K-17)


Cite this (Butler University; Indiana; USA, RRID:SCR_011127)

URL: http://www.butler.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, university, institution


Cite this (IMSR Cat# EM:01263, RRID:IMSR_EM:01263)

Source Database: IMSR, catalog # EM:01263
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: mhdadcc5
Genomic Alteration: mhdadcc5
Availability: mouse cells
Reference:
Notes: gene symbol note: Martin Hrabe de Angelis dark coat color 5; mutant strain: Martin Hrabe de Angelis dark coat color 5


https://web.expasy.org/cellosaurus/CVCL_0L56

Cite this: (Coriell Cat# AG17875, RRID:CVCL_0L56)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease:
Category: Adult stem cell
Comment:


http://antibodyregistry.org/AB_2215118

Cite this (Santa Cruz Biotechnology Cat# sc-23862, RRID:AB_2215118)
Comments: discontinued 2016 due to animal welfare concerns see doi.org/10.1038/nature.2016.19958; validation status unknown check with seller; recommendations: Western Blot; Immunofluorescence; ELISA; WB, IF, ELISA
References:
Host Organism: goat
Clonality: polyclonal antibody
Target(s): Wnt-11 (C-20)


Cite this (Ramapo College; New Jersey; USA, RRID:SCR_011490)

URL: http://www.ramapo.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, university, institution


Cite this (BDSC Cat# 42814, RRID:BDSC_42814)

Source Database: BDSC, catalog # 42814
Genetic Background:
Affected Genes: CG34202,Scer\UAS,sc,v,y
Genomic Alteration: Chromosome/1;3, breakpoints/68A4, 3L:11070538..11070538 (r6, Ti)
Availability: Available
Reference:
Notes: Expresses dsRNA for RNAi of CG34202 (FBgn0085231) under UAS control.


https://web.expasy.org/cellosaurus/CVCL_0M16

Cite this: (Coriell Cat# GM02803, RRID:CVCL_0M16)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease:
Category: Finite cell line
Comment:


http://antibodyregistry.org/AB_2218616

Cite this (Santa Cruz Biotechnology Cat# sc-5606, RRID:AB_2218616)
Comments: discontinued 2016 due to animal welfare concerns see doi.org/10.1038/nature.2016.19958; validation status unknown check with seller; recommendations: WB, IP, IF, ELISA; Immunoprecipitation; ELISA; Western Blot; Immunofluorescence
References:
Host Organism: rabbit
Clonality: polyclonal antibody
Target(s): XRCC4 (H-233)


    WaveCNV

Cite this (WaveCNV, RRID:SCR_012244)

URL: https://github.com/WaveCNV

Resource Type: Resource, software resource

Cancer specific CNV caller for Next Generation sequence.


Cite this (MMRRC Cat# 024619-UCD, RRID:MMRRC_024619-UCD)

Source Database: MMRRC, catalog # 024619-UCD
Genetic Background: Gene Trap
Affected Genes: R3hdm1
Genomic Alteration:
Availability:
Reference:
Notes: Mutation type: Gene Trap


https://web.expasy.org/cellosaurus/CVCL_0N99

Cite this: (Coriell Cat# AG14133, RRID:CVCL_0N99)
Organism: Homo sapiens
Disease:
Category: Finite cell line
Comment:


http://antibodyregistry.org/AB_794204

Cite this (Santa Cruz Biotechnology Cat# sc-56136, RRID:AB_794204)
Comments: validation status unknown check with seller; recommendations: WB, IP, IF, IHC(P); Immunoprecipitation; Immunofluorescence; Immunohistochemistry; Immunocytochemistry; Western Blot
References:
Host Organism: mouse
Clonality: monoclonal antibody
Target(s): Ku-86 (S10B1)


Cite this (Epilepsy Foundation, RRID:SCR_000026)

URL: http://www.epilepsyfoundation.org/

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

The Epilepsy Foundation of America is the national voluntary agency dedicated solely to the welfare of the almost 3 million people with epilepsy in the U.S. and their families. The organization works to ensure that people with seizures are able to participate in all life experiences; to improve how people with epilepsy are perceived, accepted and valued in society; and to promote research for a cure. :Typical of the Foundations national programs are its Jeanne A. Carpenter Epilepsy Legal Defense Fund, the H.O.P.E. (Helping Other People with Epilepsy) Mentoring Program, a Public Policy Institute, Seniors and Womens Health Initiatives, the Kids Speak Up advocacy program, a school personnel training program, outreach to youth and to the Hispanic community, employment programs and a research grants program. Services commonly provided in local communities are information and referral, counseling, patient and family advocacy, school and community education, support groups and camps for children. Its Web site offers the most comprehensive, medically approved consumer information about epilepsy and seizures on the Internet and is the trusted source for millions of people who seek reliable information about epilepsy. : Each year the Foundation also invites research investigators to apply for grants and fellowships to test new ideas and follow new research leads. The applications, more than a hundred in an average year, are ranked according to merit by a blue ribbon panel of research scientists, and funded according to available resources. Additionally, the Epilepsy Foundation offers a series of training fellowships in basic, clinical and behavioral science to scientists at the start of their careers. These fellowships, awarded to young people at the nation's leading research institutes, have in many cases been the first steps on a lifetime commitment to solving the medical and scientific puzzle of why epilepsy develops and how it can be treated or prevented. Specifically, the Gowers Fellowship is awarded annually to a physician/scientist who is embarking on a career in academic clinical medicine and who wishes to undertake a specific project in epilepsy research. Sponsors: The Epilepsy Foundation is funded primarily through individual donations from the general public and receives restricted grant support from the federal government, foundations and private industry.


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