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n/a pEGFP-LCa1 clathrin light chain a1 in pEGFP-C1. Received from Michael Ehlers, Duke University. Reference: Blanpied et al., Neuron (2002) 36:435
n/a pEYFP-LC-a1 clathrin light chain a1 in pEYFP-C1. Received from Michael Ehlers, duke University. Reference: Blanpied et al., Neuron (2002) 36:435
n/a W303-1A Yeast strain Wild type (Sac.Cerv.) to control for HSP104 deletion. CanR, his-, leu-, trp-, ura-, ade-
n/a Venus n/a
n/a RARB n/a
n/a n/a n/a
n/a n/a Tomato
n/a DPMX pET28HMT-46Q-CFP w/o polyproline region--constructed by Danny Hatters, and entered by Tina Tran, 06/19/07 DPMX sequence.htm DPMX protein sequence.htm
n/a CMXdel1-6 pET28HMT-46Q-CFP w/ the first 6 aa of CFP deleted--constructed by Danny Hatters, and entered by Tina Tran on 06/19/07 CMX Del 1-6 sequence.htm CMX Del 1 DNA nucleotides and protein amino acid sequences.htm
n/a pET28HMT vector alone vector obtained from Dan Minor's Lab, entered by Tina Tran 07.10.07 pET28-HMT.xls
n/a pET28HMT-scFv scFv cloned into vector w/ EcoRI and XhoI, constructed and entered by Tina Tran, 07.10.07 pET28b HMT-scFv dna sequence.doc
n/a pRSV-LacZ-MS2-Arc3'UTR 2298-2526 n/a
n/a n/a n/a
n/a ZFgateway pME GFPcaax n/a
n/a pRF(-P) Dicistronic vector from Jian-Ting Zhang (see MCB (2002) 22:7372)
n/a n/a n/a
n/a GAK kinase dead n/a
n/a pCDNA3 Caspase 9 n/a
n/a Gal4_CREB deltaLZ#1 Gal4 DBD fused to CREB w/ leucine zipper mutated
n/a n/a n/a
0 n/a n/a
0 n/a n/a
0 pJK1(pGW1 + EBF2) EBF2 cloned into pGW1 into HINDIII and ECOR1 pJK1(EBFB2+pGW1).pdf
pEYFP C1 pEYFP C1 Kan
A1 casp8 Mammalian expression plasmid for caspase 8
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