SLATs available to more people

Sean May [ NASC ] sean_may at thale.life.nottingham.ac.uk
Thu May 17 13:17:25 EST 2001


We are pleased to announce that the Material Transfer Agreement (MTA)
for the Sainsbury laboratory Arabidopsis transposant (SLAT) collection has
been substantially modified by the donors of this very powerful resource.

The new MTA can be viewed during most stages of the seed / DNA ordering
process at NASC :

http://arabidopsis.org.uk

- or directly from:

http://seeds.nottingham.ac.uk/Nasc/information/mta/mtaSLATs.pdf

This change is now likely to make the various components of the SLAT
resource (seeds, DNA and filters) more attractive and readily
available to Universities and Institutes that may have previously
experienced internal/legal problems in accessing this collection for
forward and reverse genetics.

We would like to thank the Sainsbury Lab at the John Innes centre for
taking this move to make their resource more generally accessible, and of
course for donating these materials to the public sector in the first
place.

Sean

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Sean_May at nasc.nott.ac.uk (D.Phil.)
Director, Nottingham Arabidopsis Stock Centre (NASC)
School of Biosciences, Plant Science Division,
University of Nottingham, Biological Sciences Building,
University Park, Nottingham. NG7 2RD. UK

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