Cell Line

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.

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Jody Hankins
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HCC2429 Human Lung Cancer Cell Line

This research targets HCC2429.
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Karen Rufus
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Primary human fibroblats derived from prostate cancer tissue and normal tissue

This research targets prostate cancer.
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Karen Rufus
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MEF cell line derived from histone deacetylase-3 conditiontal knockout mice

This research targets HDAC-3.
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Hassan Naqvi
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HEK-293 cell line overexpressing neuronal potassium chloride cotransporter

KCC2 is a neuronal-specific K-CI cotransporter which plays a major role in maintaining intracellular Cl- concentration in neurons below its electrochemical equilibrium potential, thus favoring robust GABA hyperpolarizing or inhibitory responses.

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Jody Hankins
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HEK cells with stable expression of human brain sodium channel Nav1.1 subunits (SCN1A, SCN1B, and SCN2B)

This is a human embryonic kidney cell line that stably expresses the three component proteins of the brain Navl.l voltage-gated sodium channel (SCNlA, SCNlB and SCN2B).

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Karen Rufus
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Cell Line with Stable Expression of Human Brain Sodium Channel Nav1.2, SCN1B, and SCN2B

This research targets Nav1.2.
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Karen Rufus
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HEK-293 cells with stable expression of human sodium channel Nav1.3 and SNC1B, SNC2B accessory subunits

This research targets Nav1.3.
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Karen Rufus
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Cell line with stable expression of mutant human voltage gated sodium channel 1.1 (R1648H)

This research targets Nav1.1.
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Karen Rufus
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