WARF: P03413US

  • Assigned to WARF as biological material.

Unique, Full-Length Mouse cDNAs


Christopher Bradfield

The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) is seeking commercial partners interested in a collection of 10,000 mouse cDNA clones.
OVERVIEWThe study of full-length cDNA clones is important for determining the structure and function of genes.
THE INVENTIONA UW-Madison researcher has developed a collection of 10,000 mouse cDNA clones. Based on sequence analysis, over 90 percent of the clones are full-length.
  • Functional genomics and pharmaceutical studies
  • 90 percent of the clones are full length.
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For current licensing status, please contact Rafael Diaz at or 608-960-9847.
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