Monoclonal Antibodies: MAbs
Fuchs, et al. Available mouse strains.
Heintz, et al. Characterized BAC transgenic mice lines.
RU 304, 355, 406, 671: de Lange, et al. Vertebrate telomeric proteins involved in cancer and cellular aging.
RU 550: Friedman, et al. Bac transgenic mice with Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) labelled neurons.
For a description please refer to: Liu, et al. Transgenic mice expressing green fluorescent protein under the control of the melanocortin-4 receptor promoter. J NEUROSCI 2003 AUG 6;23(18):7143-7154.
- MCH-GFP - Bac transgenic mice in which all MCH-GFP neurons are labelled with GFP
- MC4R- GFP - Bac transgenic mice in which all MCR4-GFP neurons are labelled with GFP
- POMC-GFP - Bac transgenic mice in which all POMC-GFP neurons are labelled with GFP
- NPY-GFP - Bac transgenic mice in which all NPY-GFP neurons are labelled with GFP
RU 602: Nussenzweig, et al. Mannose Receptor knockout mice.
For a description please access: http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/295/5561/1898/DC1.
RU 657: Friedman, et al. GPR7 knockout mice.
For a detailed description please refer to: Ishii M, Fei H, Friedman JM Targeted disruption of GPR7, the endogenous receptor for neuropeptides B and W, leads to metabolic defects and adult- onset obesity. PROC NAT ACAD SCI USA 2003 SEP 2;100(18):10540-10545
RU 663: Friedman, et al. TRPV4 knockout mouse line, TRPV4 stable cell line and TRPV4full-length cDNA mice.
For a detailed description please refer to: Liedtke W, Friedman JM Abnormal osmotic regulation in trpv4(-/-) mice. PROC NAT ACAD SCI USA 2003 NOV 11;100(23):13698-13703
RU 609: Chait, et al. A peptide useful for antibody or Protein A (PrA)-tagged protein purification.
This peptide effectively competes with the interaction between IgG and PrA. It can be used to purify IgG antibodies, PrA-tagged proteins, and PrA-tagged protein complexes. As this method does not involve denaturation, the use of this peptide maintains protein complex formation and native structure.
RU 709: Steller, et al. Sept4 null mice to study the function of Sept4 proteins in vivo and terminal sperm differentiation.
For a full description, see Kissel, et al., 2005. The Sept4 septin locus is required for sperm terminal differentiation in mice. Dev. Cell, 8:353-364.
RU 783: Greengard, et al. p11 knockout mouse model for depression.
This is a genetically engineered mouse that can be used to screen for potential therapeutic agents for the treatment of depression. These mice have a decreased response to anti-depressants. For a detailed description, please refer to: Svenningson, et al. Science, 311:77-80 (2006).
RU 499: Simon, et al. Generation of specific and detectable primary antibodies.
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RU 666: Muesing, et al. Nuclear Delivery of Biomolecules using Lentiviral Integrase.
RU 681: Tuschl, et al. MicroRNA Molecules and Inhibition of their RNA Interference (RNAi) Activity.
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RU 870: Sakmar, et al. A Novel Method for the Production of Nanoscale Membrane Particles.
RU 878: Brivanlou, et al. ePiggyBac: A Novel Tool For Reprogramming Human Cells.
RU 910, 1030: Tuschl, et al. A Novel Method For MicroRNA, Non-coding RNA and mRNA Detection By In-situ Hybridization.