Cardiovascular

Mice Expressing Homozygous Human SCN5A (the Canonical Cardiac Sodium Channel) for the Study of Long QT Syndrome

Transgenic mice homozygous for the human cardiac sodium channel SCN5A gene (human-SCN5A H/H mice), on a C57 and 129sv background. These mice can be used to study function of the post-depolarization sodium current and gender-dependent long QT-related arrhythmias.

Summary:

Transgenic mice homozygous for the human cardiac sodium channel SCN5A gene (human-SCN5A H/H mice), on a C57 and 129sv background.

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Jody Hankins
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Novel Fused Heterocyclic Compound as Selective BMP Inhibitors

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Mike Villalobos
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Expression vector for Leukocyte-Type 12-Lipoxygenase

This research targets 12-Lox.
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Prostaglandin E receptor-2 cDNA and Prostaglandin E receptor-4 cDNA

This research targets EP2, EP4.
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Luciferase Reporter System for viral detection in vitro and in vivo

This research targets Respiratory Syncytial Virus.
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Taylor Jordan
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Mouse anti-human A-kinase anchoring protein monoclonal antibody.

This research targets AKAP350.
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Anti-Blood vessel/epicardial substance monoclonal and polyclonal antibody

This research targets Bves.
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Anti-Armadillo repeat gene deleted in velo-cardiofacial syndrome monoclonal antibody

This research targets ARVCF.
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Karen Rufus
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Rabbit anti-human Large Neutral Amino Acid Transporter antibody

This research targets LAT-1.
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Karen Rufus
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Floxed Prostaglandin D2 receptor alleles

This research targets DP1
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