|Alteration at locus: Non-mutant|
Donor: Andras Nagy, Ph.D., Mt. Sinai Hospital, Toronto
This embryonic cell line is suitable for use in homologous recombination protocols.
Related ES cell lines:
MMRRC:011987, Nagy ES cell line G4 with Z/red transgene
MMRRC:011988, Nagy ES cell line G4 with DsRed.MST transgene
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