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Read how the researchers in this paper used our Human Cep170 and Cdk5RAP2 cDNA clones to "suggest that AKAP350A acts as a scaffold for factors involved in microtubule nucleation at the centrosome and coordinates the assembly of protein complexes associating with the intercentriolar bridge."
Read how these authors used our YTHDF cDNA clones to " identify m6A editing, and the resultant recruitment of YTHDF proteins, as major positive regulators of HIV-1 mRNA expression."
See how the authors below used our human NEDD4L cDNA clone to "uncover an unappreciated regulatory mode that hinges on the interaction between DDB2 and NEDD4L in human ovarian cancer cells."

See how the researchers below used our gata2b expression clone to "reveal essential, overlapping functions for tet genes during embryonic development and uncover a requirement for 5hmC in regulating HSC production."

Read how the authors below used our MMP13 cDNA to "assess the approach of overexpressing matrix metalloproteinase-13 gene (MMP13) in rat liver to prevent liver fibrosis progression" in liver disease.

See how the researchers below used our lentiviral FGFR1 expression clone to suggest that "the therapeutic efficacy of FGFR1 targeting molecules in SQCLC may be implemented by combined treatments tackling on glucose metabolism.
Read how the authors below used our Sco2 cDNA to "provide novel insights into not only the mechanistic connection between energy deficit and Fanconi Anemia hematopoietic stem cell defect, but also the beneficial effect of p53 on FA HSC maintenance."
Read how the authors below used our SOD1 cDNA to "suggest that Ethanol extract of brazilian green propolis (EBGP) containing the active ingredient against mutant SOD1-mediated toxicity is a promising medicine or health food for prevention and treatment of ALS."
See how the researchers below used our Cyp2c29 and Cyp2c70 mammalian expression clones to study species differences in bile acid synthesis and transport.
Read how the authors below used our AP1/c‐jun expression clone to study histone deacetylase inhibitors activation mechanisms which "may lead to the development of novel therapeutic options against Nneuroendocrine cancers and facilitate the identification of clinical responders and prevent adverse effects."
Read how the authors below used our human FHIP cDNA clone to study intracellular transport mechanisms and "report that Rab5 contributes to the somatodendritic polarity of various surface receptors by mediating their retrieval from the axon".
Learn how the researchers below used our human semaphorin-7A Expression-Ready cDNA clone to "determine semaphorin-7A expression by fibroblasts and to investigate the function of endogenously expressed semaphorin-7A in primary human lung fibroblasts (HLF)."
Read how the authors of this paper used our INAVA (C1orf106) cDNA clone to discern that "Inflammatory Bowel Disease-associated polymorphisms in INAVA modulate PRR-initiated signaling, cytokines, and intracellular bacterial clearance, likely contributing to intestinal immune homeostasis."
See how the researchers below used our FAM134B cDNA clone to show that "depletion of FAM134B significantly enhances both DENV (Dengue Virus) and ZIKV (Zika Virus) replication at an early stage of the viral life cycle."
Read how the authors below used our human phosphatases cDNA gene family library to "identify PP5 (PPP5C) as a phosphatase of Dvl2."
Read how the researchers in this paper used our mouse CD321 clone to "illuminate the importance of widely-expressed CD321 as a potential target for antitumor therapy."
Read how the researchers below used our KCNIP1 cDNA clone to determine that "a common copy number variation (CNV) in KCNIP1 gene is a genetic predictor of AF (Atrial Fibrillation) risk possibly pointing to a functional pathway."
Read how the researchers in this study used our Human p56/Lck cDNA to "suggest an unappreciated role for p56/Lck in regulation of endothelial cell viability, proliferation, and angiogenesis.
Read how researchers below used our mouse Ifnb cDNA to obtain results that "indicate a protective role for IFN-β in neuronal homeostasis and validate Ifnb mutant mice as a model for sporadic Lewy body and Parkinson’s disease dementia.
Read how the authors below used our mouse cDNA clones to study astrocyte regulation in the mouse neocortex. "Astrocyte dysfunction has been implicated in neurodevelopmental diseases such as Rett syndrome and Alexander disease, neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, as well as psychiatric diseases such as major depressive disorder"
See how the customer below used a custom tagged PDZ-1 expression clone to "provide evidence for the relevance of MDA-9 in mediating EMT in breast cancer and support the potential of MDA-9 as a therapeutic target against metastatic disease."

See here how these researchers used a custom pCMV-Myc-C expression plasmid for human CD36 to explore interactive regions of transmembrane protein tyrosine phosphatase CD148.
Read how the researchers in this article used our custom Myc tagged clones to study how "RhoGDIα acetylation interferes with Rho signaling, resulting in alteration of cellular filamentous actin."
See how the authors below used our Human PAX6 cDNA clone and its relation to macrophage migration inhibitory factor to identify "CHD7 (as) a promising therapeutic target for the treatment of gliomas".
See how the authors below used our ERCC3 ORF clone for further evaluation of a mutation in this gene related to breast cancer risk.
See how the authors of this paper used our custom cloning service to elucidate the role of SC65 in collagen regulation.
See how the authors of this publication used our clone to report that "CDHR3, previously linked to wheezing illnesses and hospitalizations for childhood asthma by genetic analysis, also mediates enhanced Rhinovirus-C binding"
Read how the researchers in this publication used our cDNA clones to help show that aldose reductase (AR), the rate-limiting enzyme of the polyol pathway, competes with HDAC3 to bind the NCOR1/SMRT DAD. This work defines a distinct role for AR in lipid and retinoid metabolism through HDAC3 regulation and consequent de-repression of PPARγ and RAR.
See how in this publication, the author uses cDNA clones from Transomic to understand the role of certain genes in a molecular pathway that has been linked to deafness.