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Immortalized mouse epididymal epithelial cell lines

These cell lines are useful for studying the regulation of tissue-specific gene expression, and may also be used to identify epididymal-specific transcription factors involved in expression of specific proteins in the epididymis.

Summary

These cell lines are useful for studying the regulation of tissue-specific gene expression, and may also be used to identify epididymal-specific transcription factors involved in expression of specific proteins in the epididymis.

Licensing manager: 
Jody Hankins
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Metabolic Labeling Reagents for Chondroitin Sulfate

Dr. Patrick Page-McCaw has developed synthetic analogs of N-acetylgalactosamine, finally enabling researchers to track the biosynthesis of chondroitin sulfate along with other glycans. These stunning images demonstrate incorporation of these metabolic labeling reagents to track neurodevelopmental processes in a zebrafish model system. Notably, the metabolic label can be detected post vivo using a standard "click" chemistry reaction. Further, Dr. Page-McCaw has optimized a background reduction strategy to complement this technology by improving the signal-to-noise ratio.

Summary

Dr. Patrick Page-McCaw has developed synthetic analogs of N-acetylgalactosamine, finally enabling researchers to track the biosynthesis of chondroitin sulfate along with other glycans.

Licensing manager: 
Mike Villalobos
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Expression vector for Leukocyte-Type 12-Lipoxygenase

This research targets 12-Lox.
Licensing manager: 
Mike Villalobos
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Expression plasmids for rat glucokinase

This research targets GK.
Licensing manager: 
Karen Rufus
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B53 CHO cell line with inducible VDJ recombinase expression

This research targets VDJ recombinase.
Licensing manager: 
Karen Rufus
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Screening assay for molecules that alter cell cycle rhythm

This research targets Cell Cycle.
Licensing manager: 
Hassan Naqvi
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Slot-Slot Assay for Malonaldehyde-Deoxyguanosine Adducts in DNA

This research targets DNA adducts.
Licensing manager: 
Mike Villalobos
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Luciferase Reporter System for viral detection in vitro and in vivo

This research targets Respiratory Syncytial Virus.
Licensing manager: 
Taylor Jordan
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Myc antigens

This research targets Myc.
Licensing manager: 
Mike Villalobos
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