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pR2IIIb-1

Mouse FGF-R2 cDNA

Catalog number RDB01847
Resource name pR2IIIb-1
Alternative name Mouse FGF-R2 cDNA
Clone info. A partial sequence of FGF-R2 ORF was cloned by RT-PCR from ICR mouse RNA. It is possible to use the fragment as a probe.
Vector backbone pBluescript II SK (Plasmid)
Size of vector backbone 3.0 kb
Selectable markers Amp^r
Gene/insert name Mouse FGF-R2 cDNA
Depositor Imamura, Toru |
 
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References

original Ozawa, K., Expression of the fibroblast growth factor family and their receptor family genes during mouse brain development. Molecular Brain Research, 41, 279-288 (1996). PMID 8883961.

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Sequence information

This clone will be sequenced a portion and digested by restriction enzyme for examination.


References

References

original Ozawa, K., Expression of the fibroblast growth factor family and their receptor family genes during mouse brain development. Molecular Brain Research, 41, 279-288 (1996). PMID 8883961.

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