subscribe cgrp gene

Amy Voltz avoltz
Tue Nov 14 09:58:25 EST 1995


Dear Huaichun Wang,
The Human Genome Database has information on the calcitonin-related
polypeptide, beta gene (symbol CALCB).  There is a cDNA clone and a genomic
clone for this gene that are publicly available.

For the cDNA (pCGRP-4),which contains exons 3, 5 and 6, the contact person is 
J. Hoppener(phone 31-30-532-577) in the Netherlands.

For the genomic clone (MGL23), which contains exons 3-5, the contact person is
Steve Legon, Dept of Clinical Pathology, Royal Postgraduate Medical School,
Hammersmith Hospital, Ducane Rd., London UK, W12 0HS.

You can view this information by accessing a new interface for GDB at
http://gdbdev.gdb.org/gdb/lite/docs/home.html

Search by *calcitonin* as the gene name to return all calcitonin genes in GDB,
select your gene of interest from the list and search for Reagents for Gene
Analysis - cDNA and genomic clones.

Please let me know if you have any trouble locating this information, or any
further questions.
Sincerely,
Amy Voltz
avoltz at gdb.org

hcwang at MED1.BMI.AC.CN wrote:
>Dear sir:
>I am urgently need human beta calcitonin gene related peptide gene
>for my method. Please tell me where to get or buy the gene.
>Thanks
>
>Sincerely
>
>Huaichun Wang
>Institute of Medical Information
>27 Taiping Road
>Beijing 100850
>China
>Fax: 8610 8213044




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