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Perspectives: Banking on biological tools for research innovation (2014.09.27)
- The biodiversity of the natural world is an unrivaled source of inspiration and learning. Scientists in the many branches of the life sciences have spent endless hours studying many of the millions of species... >>more
Quality Examination and Information Release Policy on Our Bioresources (2014.09.01)
Surface plasmon resonance-biosensor detects the diversity of responses against epidermal growth factor in various carcinoma cell lines. (2015/6/19 T.Y)
- Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) - biosensor detects change of angle of resonance (AR) and hence intracellular signaling is monitored. To study the mechanisms of AR change along with activation of EGFR, wild type and mutant EGFR were expressed in cultured cells. To construct expression vectors, pco12 EGFR (cat# RDB01276) was used.
Hiragun T, Yanase Y, Kose K, Kawaguchi T, Uchida K, Tanaka S, Hide M. Surface plasmon resonance-biosensor detects the diversity of responses against epidermal growth factor in various carcinoma cell lines. Biosens Bioelectron. 32 (1) : 202 - 207, 2012
The KEGG (Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes) database of pathways and orthologs among human, mouse and fission yeast are now linked to our clones and can be searched by users. Click here!
Gene-constructed Recombinant Adenovirus!
- More than 250 recombinant adenoviruses are available.
They can be used for the infection of cultured mammalian cells as well as of living mice.
For example, Kumadaki, S. et al. [J. Biol. Chem., 286 (47): 40835-40846 (2011)] reported that Cre recombinase expressed by adenovirus AxCANCre (catalog # RDB01748) was used for the restricted gene disruption in the liver cells of KLF5 floxed mice.
We also provide HEK293 cell (catalog # RCB1637) for production and amplification of recombinant adenovirus and HeLa cell (catalog # RCB0007) for detection of replication competent adenovirus (RCA).
Genomic DNA - Be free from cultivation and breading!!
♦ Brachypodium distachyon (experimental plant of monocot)
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GNP Human Full-Length cDNA
C57BL/6N (B6N) BAC
Empty Backbone Vector