mdm-2 cDNA source?

Amy Voltz avoltz
Tue Nov 14 14:24:51 EST 1995


Dear Scott,
There is information on 2 cDNA clones for the MDM2 gene in the Human Genome
Database (http://gdbwww.gdb.org/gdb/docs/gdbhome.html).

I would recommend searching via the new interface at
http://gdbdev.gdb.org/gdb/lite/docs/home.html

Choose reagents for gene analysis and enter mdm2, select cDNA clones.
This search will return two cDNA clones - including what exactly is cloned and
who you can contact to obtain them (Kenneth Kinzler here at Hopkins). 

If you have any trouble finding this information in GDB please contact me.
Sincerely,
Amy Voltz,
avoltz at gdb.org

 


selby at lenti.med.umn.edu (Scott Selby (Med-Hem)) wrote:
>I'm looking for a source of mdm-2 cDNA.  I'd like to probe some Northern 
>blots, and haven't found a source yet.  Any help would be appreciated.
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