IGF Type 1 receptor cDNA

Stephen R. Lasky Stephen_Lasky at brown.edu
Wed Feb 28 07:12:55 EST 1996


Tini: Have you tried looking in the literature to identify the groups who
cloned the gene you want and then writing them to ask for it?  That is the
usual method for obtaining reagents and most investigators require a
written request for reagents.  You might try doing a lit search on LeRoith
or Roberts for the rat IGF-1 receptor.  Most investigators are willing to
share their reagents.

Hope that helps

SRLasky



In article <31331DE4.B8E at reading.ac.uk>, Alan Sielicki
<sassieli at reading.ac.uk> wrote:

> Hello everybody,
> 
> I'm Tini(3rd year PhD student at Reading University), and am 
> researching on the mechanism of IGF-II action on a human breast 
> cancer cell line, ZR-75-1. I'm planning to transfect the IGF 
> Type1 Receptor into this cell line very soon.
> 
> Can anybody please send me the cDNA for the IGF Type 1 receptor?
> If anybody has some to spare, could they please contact me at 
> this address:
> 
>         e-mail= sarabnah at reading.ac.uk
> 
>         
> Any positive response will be much appreciated and i will 
> acknowledge this in my future publications.
> 
> Yours truly,
> 
> Tini.

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