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For more information about licensing these models please contact Robert MacWright (rmacwright@salk.edu or X1703)

Cell line Description Reference Principal Investigator Salk #
CHO-K-T1 Cell line expressing recombinant human TGFB1 Not published Emerson T09044
 
5.25 T cell line expressing CD4 receptor, CCR5, CXCR4, and tat-inducible luciferase and GFP under the HIV LTR Landau T09029
U87CD4/CXCR4, U87CD4/CCR5 Astroglioma U87 cell lines expressing CD4 and CXCR4 or CCR5
  • Unpublished
Landau T09028
 
GT1-1, GT1-3, GT1-7 Hypothalamic neuronal mouse cell lines producing GnRH, with receptors for dopamine, GABA, glutamate, etc. Mellon T09024
a-TSH Thyrotropic pituitary cell line producing a-subunit of TSH Mellon T09025
a-T3-1 Gonadotropic pituitary cell line producing a-subunit of FSH and LHRH Mellon T09026
 
B65, B103, B104 Rat nerve and glial cell lines Schubert T09030
HT22 Immortalized mouse hippocampal cell line Schubert T09031
 
Retroviral packaging cell line Packaging cell line that produces retroviral particles, especially pseuotyped particles at a higher titer than conventional packaging cell lines Verma S97022A
 
Wnt signal detection vectors Unique Reagents to Detect Wnt Signaling in Vitro and in Vivo Unpublished Wahl T11000

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