archive-org.com » ORG » E » EMMANET.ORG

Total: 93

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    Dr Chao Kung Chen Dr Edoardo Marcora Mr Phil Wilkinson Disclaimer 1 Content The EMMA consortium reserves the right not to be responsible for the topicality correctness completeness or quality of the information provided Liability claims regarding damage caused by the use of any information provided including any kind of information which is incomplete or incorrect will therefore be rejected Parts of the pages or the complete publication including all offers and information might be extended changed or partly or completely deleted by the EMMA consortium without separate announcement 2 Referrals and links The EMMA consortium is not responsible for any contents linked or referred to from the EMMA consortium pages unless the EMMA consortium has full knowledge of illegal contents and is able to prevent the visitors of the EMMA consortium site from viewing those pages If any damage occurs by the use of information presented there only the author of the respective page might be liable not the one who has linked to these pages 3 Copyright The EMMA consortium intended not to use any copyrighted material for the publication or if not possible to indicate the copyright of the respective object The copyright for any material created

    Original URL path: http://strains.emmanet.org/imprint.php?style=print& (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive


  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    MRC MGU KI FCG IGC HMGU IEG EMBL EBI GIE CERBM ICS Sanger Institute CNB CSIC FLEMING EMMA projects Introduction EMMAservice objectives EMMAservice activities EUCOMM EUMODIC WT Knockout Mouse Resource WTSI MGP INFRAFRONTIER FIMRe EMMA procedures Costs Legal restrictions Health monitoring Ethics Submissions of mice General information Online submission form Requests for mice EMMA strain availability EMMA strain list search engine axenic germ free service Introduction Axenic germ free service

    Original URL path: http://strains.emmanet.org/sitemap.php?style=print& (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Confirm conditions
    who requests and receives Material from the Distributor hereby expressly agrees to the following conditions 1 The Material is provided for non Commercial research and teaching purposes only The Recipient must not transfer the requested Material which is owned by the Provider and shall comprise any progeny unmodified derivatives or original material contained in modifications thereof derived by inbreeding or crossbreeding to any third party 2 The information made available by the Distributor to the Recipient along with and related to the Material is based on to the best of Distributors knowledge the corresponding information given by the Provider 3 Material is made available to Recipient on the condition that the Recipient reasonably proves their ability to comply with all relevant National International and European rules with regard to the handling breeding and manipulating the Material as evidenced by specific legal authorisations delivered by appropriate control bodies 4 The Material provided to the Recipient is experimental in nature and may have hazardous properties Provider and Distributor make no representations and extend no warranties of any kind express or implied as to the fitness of the Material for a particular purpose or that the use thereof will not infringe any patent copyright trademark or other proprietary rights of a third party 5 Except where required to ensure that the transfer to and use of such Material by the Recipient does not infringe known third party intellectual property rights or where the Recipients prior signature of a Material Transfer Agreement MTA is required by the Provider before distribution of the Material the Distributor does not restrict availability of the Material on the basis of intellectual property rights and shall not enforce any restrictions based on these rights other than prior signature of the Providers Material Transfer Agreement 6 The Recipient assumes all

    Original URL path: http://strains.emmanet.org/cgi-bin/confirmConditions.cgi?form=sumission (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    2000 Pathobiology 68 68 75 Jacobs M Brown N Allie N Guler R and Ryffel B Increased resistance to mycobacterial infection in the absence of interleukin 10 2000 Immunology 100 494 501 Jacobs M Marino M W Brown N Abel B Bekker L G Quesniaux V Fick L and Ryffel B Correction of defective host response to Mycobacterium bovis BCG infection in TNF deficient mice by bone marrow transplantation 2000 Laboratory Investigations 80 901 914 Hrabé de Angelis M H Flaswinkel H Fuchs H Rathkolb B Soewarto D Marschall S Heffner S Pargent W Wuensch K Jung M Reis A Richter T Alessandrini F Jakob T Fuchs E Kolb H Kremmer E Schaeble K Rollinski B Roscher A Peters C Meitinger T Strom T Steckler T Holsboer F Klopstock T Gekeler F Schindewolf C Jung T Avraham K Behrendt H Ring J Zimmer A Schughart K Pfeffer K Wolf E Balling R and Balling R Genome wide large scale production of mutant mice by ENU mutagenesis 2000 Nature Genetics 25 4 444 447 Reina San Martin B Degrave W Rougeot C Cosson A Chamond N Cordeiro Da Silva A Arala Chaves M Coutinho A and Minoprio P A B cell mitogen from a pathogenic trypanosome is a eukaryotic proline racemase 2000 Nature Medicine 6 8 890 897 1999 Scarabino D Crisari A Lorenzini S Williams K and Tocchini Valentini G P tRNA prefers to kiss 1999 EMBO Journal 18 16 4571 4578 Barrillot E Lesser U Lijnzaad P Cussat Blanc C Jungfer K Guyon F Vaysseix G Helgesen C and Rodriguez Tomé P A proposal for a standard CORBA interface for genome maps 1999 Bioinformatics 15 2 157 169 Clark M S Comparative genomics the key to understanding the Human Genome Project 1999 BioEssays 21 121 130 Thornton C E Brown S D M and Glenister P H Large numbers of mice established by in vitro fertilisation with cryopreserved spermatozoa implications and applications for genetic resource banks mutagenesis screens and mouse backcrosses 1999 Mammalian Genome 10 987 992 Glenister P H and Rall W F Cryopreservation and rederivation of embryos and gametes In Mouse Genetics and Transgenics A Practical Approach C A Abbot and I Jackson eds Oxford University Press Oxford 1999 Marschall S and Hrabé de Angelis M Cryopreservation of mouse spermatozoa double your mouse space 1999 Trends in Genetics 15 4 128 131 Marschall S Huffstadt U Balling R and Hrabé de Angelis M Reliable recovery of inbred mouse lines using cryopreserved spermatozoa 1999 Mammalian Genome 10 8 773 776 Rodriguez Tomé P and Lijnzaad P The Radiation Hybrid Database 1999 Nucleic Acids Research 27 1 115 118 PMID 9847154 1998 Fabbri S Fruscoloni P Bufardeci E Di Nicola Negri E Baldi MI Attardi DG Mattoccia E Tocchini Valentini GP Conservation of substrate recognition mechanisms by tRNA splicing endonucleases Science 1998 Apr 10 280 5361 284 6 PMID 9535657 Tkachuk M Bolliger S Ryffel B Pluschke G Banks T A Gisler R H and Kosco Vilbois M H

    Original URL path: http://strains.emmanet.org/references.php (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    Mutant Archive EMMA Project Coordination Office Helmholtz Zentrum München German Research Center for Environmental Health Institute of Experimental Genetics Ingolstädter Landstrasse 1 D 85764 Neuherberg Munich Germany Tel 49 0 89 3187 3628 Fax 49 0 89 3187 3500 michael

    Original URL path: http://strains.emmanet.org/contact.php?style=print& (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    that is supported by the EMMAservice project on the EMMA Mutant Request Form Closing date of the call 31 December 2011 Evaluation will be finished 15 January 2012 Number of access units in this call 24 published 01 October 2011 Tenth call for Transnational Access open The tenth call for free of charge Transnational Access to EMMA resources is now open Eligible customers can apply for Transnational Access that is supported by the EMMAservice project on the EMMA Mutant Request Form Closing date of the call 30 September 2011 Evaluation will be finished 15 October 2011 Number of access units in this call 25 published 01 July 2011 Ninth call for Transnational Access open The ninth call for free of charge Transnational Access to EMMA resources is now open Eligible customers can apply for Transnational Access that is supported by the EMMAservice project on the EMMA Mutant Request Form Closing date of the call 30 June 2011 Evaluation will be finished 15 July 2011 Number of access units in this call 22 published 01 April 2011 Eighth call for Transnational Access open The eighth call for free of charge Transnational Access to EMMA resources is now open Eligible customers can apply for Transnational Access that is supported by the EMMAservice project on the EMMA Mutant Request Form Closing date of the call 31 March 2011 Evaluation will be finished 15 April 2011 Number of access units in this call 25 published 01 January 2011 Seventh call for Transnational Access open The seventh call for free of charge Transnational Access to EMMA resources is now open Eligible customers can apply for Transnational Access that is supported by the EMMAservice project on the EMMA Mutant Request Form Closing date of the call 31 December 2010 Evaluation will be finished 15 January 2011 Number of access units in this call 22 published 01 October 2010 Sixth call for Transnational Access open The sixth call for free of charge Transnational Access to EMMA resources is now open Eligible customers can apply for Transnational Access that is supported by the EMMAservice project on the EMMA Mutant Request Form Closing date of the call 30 September 2010 Evaluation will be finished 15 October 2010 Number of access units in this call 24 published 01 July 2010 Fifth call for Transnational Access open The fifth call for free of charge Transnational Access to EMMA resources is now open Eligible customers can apply for Transnational Access that is supported by the EMMAservice project on the EMMA Mutant Request Form Closing date of the call 30 June 2010 Evaluation will be finished 15 July 2010 Number of access units in this call 22 published 01 April 2010 Fourth call for Transnational Access open The fourth call for free of charge Transnational Access to EMMA resources is now open Eligible customers can apply for Transnational Access that is supported by the EMMAservice project on the EMMA Mutant Request Form Closing date of the call 31 March 2010 Evaluation will be

    Original URL path: http://strains.emmanet.org/news.php?style=print& (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    MGP INFRAFRONTIER FIMRe Costs Deposit mice Order mice EMMA axenic germ free service FAQs EMMA protocols Cryopreservation workshop Training courses Bibliography Links Internal Site Transnational Access TA activity of the EMMAservice project Free of charge access of EMMA mouse mutant resources Please note Applications for the EMMAservice TA will only be considered from customers that are based in the following eligible countries EU Member States Associated Countries Austria AT Belgium

    Original URL path: http://strains.emmanet.org/projects/eligible-countries.php (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • EMMA - the European Mouse Mutant Archive
    EMMA procedures Sample health reports Note that these are sample health reports and not current reports Current reports will be provided upon request Additional specific health checks beyond tests recommended by FELASA are possible if required by customers for importation but will be charged to the customer CNR Monterotondo download PDF copy of example health report CNRS CDTA Orléans download PDF copy of example health report MRC MGU Harwell download

    Original URL path: http://strains.emmanet.org/procedures/sample-health-reports.php (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive



  •