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Characterization of Fragile X mental retardation antibodies for use in cross-species immunoblotting, immunohistochemistry, and electron microscopy

Bauchwitz, Dr. Robert (2009) Characterization of Fragile X mental retardation antibodies for use in cross-species immunoblotting, immunohistochemistry, and electron microscopy.

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This information is provided on Cogprints for colleagues in the Fragile X field who have requested it directly in the past. It is also a companion work to the article “Human Fragile X gene locus P1 artificial chromosome transgenic mice” from our group (manuscript to be made available on Cogprints).

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Additional Information:The information presented here is summarized from the following sources: 1) Analysis of FMR1 PAC transgenic and fmr1tm1cgr knockout mice Robert Bauchwitz M.D., Ph.D. The Banbury Center, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (2000) (Invited Lecture) 2) FMR1 Transgenesis: Animal Models and Therapeutic Considerations Robert Bauchwitz M.D., Ph.D. Proceedings of the 7th International Fragile X Foundation Conference, National Fragile X Foundation, (2000) Sec.3 (Invited Lecture and Published Summary) 3) The fmr1tm1cgr knockout mouse is not a molecular null: implications for phenotype Robert Bauchwitz M.D., Ph.D. The Banbury Center, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (2001) (Invited Lecture)
Keywords:Fragile X syndrome, antibodies, fmr1-tm1Cgr, mouse model, protein expression
Subjects:Neuroscience > Neurogenetics
ID Code:6738
Deposited By: Bauchwitz, Dr. Robert
Deposited On:19 Dec 2009 12:22
Last Modified:17 Sep 2011 17:47

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