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IDNameOrganismDiseaseCommentsProper CitationReferenceCategorySexSynonymsVendorCat NumCross ReferencesHierarchyOriginate from Same Individual
CVCL_2624MRC-5 pd30Homo sapiensDiscontinued: ECACC; 84101801.ECACC Cat# 05090501, RRID:CVCL_2624Finite cell lineMaleECACC05090501ECACC; 05090501 ECACC; 84101801CVCL_0440 ! MRC-5
CVCL_2J50AG14778Homo sapiensTransformant: NCBI_TaxID; 10376; Epstein-Barr virus (EBV).Coriell Cat# AG14778, RRID:CVCL_2J50Transformed cell lineFemaleCoriellAG14778CLO; CLO_0022178 Coriell; AG14778
CVCL_2866BCNS1KOHomo sapiensNevoid basal cell carcinoma syndromeJCRB Cat# JCRB0324, RRID:CVCL_2866Finite cell lineMaleJCRBJCRB0324BioSample; SAMN03470934 JCRB; JCRB0324
CVCL_3182TIG-1-30Homo sapiensJCRB Cat# JCRB0502, RRID:CVCL_3182Finite cell lineFemaleJCRBJCRB0502JCRB; JCRB0502CVCL_0560 ! TIG-1
CVCL_AC36NYSCF-10005-478-478-Skin-mR-iPSCHomo sapiensFrom: New York Stem Cell Foundation; New York; USA.RRID:CVCL_AC36Induced pluripotent stem cellFemale
CVCL_4D20GM03180Homo sapiensCoriell Cat# GM03180, RRID:CVCL_4D20Finite cell lineFemaleCoriellGM03180CLO; CLO_0013419 Coriell; GM03180
CVCL_D435mHypoE-N3Mus musculusTransformant: NCBI_TaxID; 1891767; Simian virus 40 (SV40).RRID:CVCL_D435Transformed cell lineN3
CVCL_5936C9PVHomo sapiensRRID:CVCL_5936Finite cell lineMaleCLO; CLO_0002164 CLDB; cl601
CVCL_IT05XLC051Homo sapiensFrom: Creative Bioarray.RRID:CVCL_IT05Embryonic stem cellMaleQualiCell Human Embryonic Stem Cell-XLC051
CVCL_9438Royan N52Mus musculusFrom: Royan Institute; Theran; Iran. Breed/subspecies: NMRI.RSCB Cat# RSCB0224, RRID:CVCL_9438Embryonic stem cellRSCBRSCB0224RSCB; RSCB0224
CVCL_8530PL521Homo sapiensJCRB Cat# JCRB1423, RRID:CVCL_8530Adult stem cellMaleJCRBJCRB1423JCRB; JCRB1423
CVCL_8365LAT 1Mus musculusBreed/subspecies: C3H/An.RRID:CVCL_8365Undefined cell line typeMaleCLO; CLO_0007248 CLDB; cl3177
CVCL_9H03DD1688Homo sapiensPart of: ECACC chromosomal abnormality collection.ECACC Cat# 93122217, RRID:CVCL_9H03Finite cell lineFemaleECACC93122217ECACC; 93122217
CVCL_9S13IB C1 (clon A201)Homo sapiensFrom: Inbiomed; Gipuzkoa; Spain.RRID:CVCL_9S13Induced pluripotent stem cellMaleIBC1, BP143 clon A201, BP143 A201
CVCL_9S50STiPS-M001Homo sapiensFrom: STEMCELL Technologies, Inc.RRID:CVCL_9S50Induced pluripotent stem cellMaleSCTi002-AhPSCreg; SCTi002-A
CVCL_9Y96HCC3369Homo sapiensNeoplasmRRID:CVCL_9Y96Cancer cell line
CVCL_9V35SFTF-PI 43Ovis ariesNCBI_Iran Cat# C471, RRID:CVCL_9V35Finite cell lineMaleSFTF-PI43NCBI_IranC471NCBI_Iran; C471
CVCL_AB92NYSCF-10005-1051-1051-Skin-mR-iPSCHomo sapiensFrom: New York Stem Cell Foundation; New York; USA.RRID:CVCL_AB92Induced pluripotent stem cellFemale
CVCL_B901MA136Homo sapiensFrom: Advanced Cell Technology, Inc.RRID:CVCL_B901Embryonic stem cellMA 136ISCR; 150
CVCL_AB52BHK-MMP1Mesocricetus auratusTransfected with: HGNC; 7155; MMP1.RRID:CVCL_AB52Spontaneously immortalized cell lineMaleCVCL_1915 ! BHK-21 clone 13
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