The RIKEN BioResource Research Center (BRC) is distributing copies of the Common marmoset cDNA clones that were deposited by Dr. Tomomi Shimogori of RIKEN Center for Brain Science (CBS). The in situ hybridization project to analyze changes in gene expression over the brain development has been conducted.
Forms for Distribution
Please find ID of individual clone(s) using the Gene Search of Marmoset Gene Atras.
Marmoset Gene Atras
- Order Form
Specify ID of clone(s) ex. MMTD00004 as the catalog number and name of clone.
Complete the form with your shipping information including your account number of an international courier (FedEx. World Courier, TNT Express and others).
Please complete the form with your shipping information including your account number of an international courier
(FedEx. World Courier, TNT Express, DHL Global Forwarding and others).
See detail in Information of Request for Distribution
The resident of the European Economic Area (EEA) and China, please read Special distribution Information to Residents of the Foreign Countries
Order Form for Credit Card Payment. (Visa or Master Card only) [Word] Order Form for Bank Transfer Payment. [Word]
- Material Transfer Agreement
We provide the clones with Exclusive MTA for the Common marmoset cDNA Clone MMTD.
|Distribution fee per clone (as of April 1st, 2023):
JPY 9,460 (For use in research for not-for-profit academic purpose).
JPY 18,920 (For use in research for-profit-research purpose).
|The DNA Bank, RIKEN BioResource Research Center (BRC),
3-1-1 Koyadai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-0074, Japan
- Okano, H., Sasaki, E., Yamamori, T., Iriki, A., Shimogori, T., Yamaguchi, Y., Kasai, K., Miyawaki, A. Brain/MINDS: A Japanese National Brain Project for Marmoset Neuroscience. Neuron 92 (3): 582-590, 2016. doi: 10.1016/j.neuron.2016.10.018. PMID 27809998.
- Mashiko, H., Yoshida, A.C., Kikuchi, S.S., Niimi, K., Takahashi, E., Aruga, J., Okano, H., Shimogori, T. Comparative anatomy of marmoset and mouse cortex from genomic expression. J. Neurosci. 32 (15): 5039-5053, 2012. doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.4788-11.2012. PMID 22496550.