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BAC Clone Set

Japanese macaque BAC clone

NBRP2National Bioresource Project Macaque Monkeys
Macaque Monkey in www.nbrp.jp

The nucleotide sequencing was done by the National Institute for Physiological Sciences and the National Institute of Genetics under the MEXT NBRP Japanese Macaques Genome Information Upgrading Program.

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Searching individual clones

Forms

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Searching Clones

Please find ID of individual clone(s) using the following databases.
Japanese macaque BAC browser
(by the National Institute of Genetics)

Order Forms

Please obtain the Form A (order form) and Form C (MTA) at this page.

Please complete following forms:

  • Material Transfer Agreement, FormC (pdf)
    • Put "NBRP Japanese macaque BAC clone MSB2" as the name of resource.
    • Put the following terms and conditions for distribution in the section 4:
    • In publishing the research results obtained by use of the NBRP Japanese macaque BAC clone, the USER must state an acknowledgement to the National BioResource Project (NBRP), Japan.
  • Order Form, FormA (MS-Word or pdf)
    • Put Id of indivisual clone(s) ex. MSB2-456A01 in this form.

Remarks:
Japanese macaque is one of the animals as the object of Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). Therefore, according to the CITES the permissions of the regulatory bodies are necessary in both exporting and importing countries.

Send forms:

    The DNA Bank, RIKEN BioResource Center,
    3-1-1 Koyadai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-0074, Japan
    Fax: (+81)-29-836-9120
    e-mail: dnabank@brc.riken.jp

Further information for sale.
Fee

Shipment

NBRP Japanese macaque BAC clone(s) is shipped as stab agar culture with 50 ug/ml Amp. in an individual tube.

Related Information

BLAST searching in National BioResource Project

Rhesus Macaque BAC and Fosmid Mappings onto the Rhesus Genome
(by the Bioinformatics Research Lab at Baylor College of Medicine)


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2013.04.13