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Member Organization : U of Toronto
We are looking for a qualitative collaborator for grant applications and future work to understand barriers and facilitators of using healthcare services in a specific group.

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We are looking for a qualitative collaborator for grant applications and future work.

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Member Organization : Yale
Hi everyone, I am interesting in obtaining any vector containing the cDNA of the ERAD-related proteins SEL1L or TMEM129. It will be used for cloning, so they source vector doesn't matter. Thank you!

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Member Organization : Yale
we need mouse NFATc1 expressed in a retroviral construct like mlv to infect primary macrophages

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Norepinphrine may have several receptors, is there a beta-2 receptor knockout mouse available? The Jackson Lab maintains a Adrb1(beta1-AR)/Adrb2(beta2-AR) double knockout mouse strain..

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Member Organization : Yale
In search of someone at Yale who can perform animal stroke model experiments to test novel PET ligand

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Member Organization : NAVBO
We are interested in any construct containing the promoter sequence of lysyl oxidase gene (human, mouse, rat). Thanks!

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Member Organization : Yale
We are interested in any constructs containing the full length HA (hemagglutinin) gene of influenza A from a number of common strains. Additionally we are interested in obtaining the plasmid pDP122B, which contains the entire genome of the PR8...

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Member Organization : Yale
I am looking for micrograms of his-tagged Carbonic Anhydrase II (preferred, but other CA with his-tag is also OK); does not need to be purified, a lysate will be suitable for my needs as well. thank you, Ewa Folta-Stogniew Biophysics Core; Keck...

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