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Mouse E-cadherin full length cDNA

Mouse E-cadherin cDNA

Catalog number RDB01184 (link to web catalog)
Resource name Mouse E-cadherin full length cDNA
Alternative name Mouse E-cadherin cDNA
Clone info. Mouse E-cadherin cDNA from F9 cells cDNA library

[Data sheet: http://dna.brc.riken.jp/DataSheet/RDB01184]
Vector backbone pBluescript
Size of vector backbone 2.9 kb
Selectable markers Amp^r
Classification Plasmid
Type_of_insert fragment Mouse cDNA ()
Other clones with this gene 12550 | (indicated in NCBI Gene ID)
Deposotor's page Takeichi, Masatoshi
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Distribution information

Please check terms and conditions set forth by the depositor, which are specified in the RIKEN BRC Catalog and/or Web Catalog.
Ordering Information [in Japanese] [in English]
Terms and conditions for distribution Distributed with written consent of Depositor.
(In Japanese [open/close])
Remarks ((Additional form)) Approval Form(FormD)
(In Japanese [open/close])
Fee (non-profit org.)

This clone will be sequenced a portion and digested by restriction enzyme for verification.

References and tips

Electronic file Map RDB01184.gif from Depositor
original - reference Nagafuchi, A., Transformation of cell adhesion properties by exogenously introduced E-cadherin cDNA. Nature, 329, 341-343 (1987). PMID 3498123.
user report - reference Nag, K., E-Cadherin – Fc Chimeric Protein-Based Biomaterial: Breaking the Barriers in Stem Cell Technology and Regenerative Medicine. Advanced Materials Research, 810: 41-76 (2013).
user report - reference Jovic, D., Direct observation of cell cycle progression in living mouse embryonic stem cells on an extracellular matrix of E-cadherin. SpringerPlus, 2: 585 (2013). PMID 25674414.
user report - reference Meng, Q., The differentiation and isolation of mouse embryonic stem cells toward hepatocytes using galactose-carrying substrata. Biomaterials, 33 (5): 1414-1427 (2012). PMID 22118818.
user report - reference Jovic, D., Control of singular cell cycle synchronization of mouse ES cells for hepatocyte differentiation on E-cadherin substratum. J. Biotechnol. Biomaterial, 1: 6 (2011).
user report - reference Haque, A., The effect of recombinant E-cadherin substratum on the differentiation of endoderm-derived hepatocyte-like cells from embryonic stem cells. Biomaterials, 32, 2032-2042 (2011). PMID 21163520.
user report - reference Nagaoka M., Design of the artificial acellular feeder layer for the efficient propagation of mouse embryonic stem cells. J. Biol. Chem., 283, 26468-26476 (2008). PMID 18614540.
user report - reference Ito A., Enhancement of cell function through heterotypic cell-cell interactions using E-cadherin-expressing NIH3T3 cells. J. Biosci. Bioeng., 105, 679-682 (2008). PMID 18640611.
user report - reference Rosshart S., Interaction of KLRG1 with E-cadherin: new functional and structural insights. Eur. J. Immunol., 38, 3354-3364 (2008). PMID 19009530.
user report - reference Grundemann C., Cutting edge: identification of E-cadherin as a ligand for the murine killer cell lectin-like receptor G1. J. Immunol., 176, 1311-1315 (2006). PMID 16424155.
user report - reference Nagaoka M., E-cadherin-coated plates maintain pluripotent ES cells without colony formation. PLoS One, 1, (2006). PMID 17183641.
user report - reference Nagaoka M., Immobilized E-cadherin model can enhance cell attachment and differentiation of primary hepatocytes but not proliferation. Biotechnol. Lett., 24, 1857-1862 (2002).

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