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cDNA Libraries

The letter of request to obtain any of the items on the list should be sent to:

Marian F. Young, PhD
Molecular Biology of Bones and Teeth Unit, CSDB, DIR

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH/NIDCR
BUILDING 30 ROOM 228
30 CONVENT DR MSC 4320
BETHESDA MD 20892-4320

Phone: (301) 496-8860
Fax: (301) 402-0824
E-mail: Dr. Marian F. Young

 

cDNA Libraries Type

Source

Vector

Human trabecular bone cells

Normal human trabecular bone cells from the femoral neck surgically removed from a 55 year old female undergoing hip replacement. Cell cultures were generated by the method of Gehron Robey and Termine. Calcif. Tissue Int. 37: 453-460, 1985

Lambda Zap II

Human marrow stromal cells

Bone marrow stromal cells (BMCs) were established according to the method published previously (Kuznetsov, S.; Krebsbach, P.; Satomura, K.; Kerr, J.; Riminucci, M.; Benayahu, D.; Gehron Robey, P.: Single-colony derived strains of human marrow stromal fibroblasts form bone after transplantaton in vivo. J. Bone Miner. Res., 12: 1335-1347, 1997)

unity XR

UMR - 106 cell line

A rat osteogenic cell line (UMR 106-01) synthesizes a highly sulfated form of bone salioprotein. Midura, R.J.; McOuillan, D.J.; Benham, K.J.; Fisher, L.W.; and Hascall, V.C.(1990). J. Biol. Chemistry 265: 5285-5291

Lambda Zap II

Bovine odontoblast / pulp

Tissue

unity XR

Bovine bone cells

Normal human trabecular bone cells from the femoral neck surgically removed from a 55 year old female undergoing hip replacement. Cell cultures were generated by the method of Gehron Robey and Termine. Calcif. Tissue Int. 37: 453-460, 1985.

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