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Anti-human Myeloid Cell Nuclear Differentiation Monoclonal Antibody

The antibody is a rat IgG1 monoclonal, clone 3C1.


Licensing Contact

Seema Sinha

615.343.2430
Research Tools
Antibody

Rabbit-Anti-mouse Pancreatic and Duodenal Homebox Gene-1 Antibody

This research targets Pdx-1.


Licensing Contact

Seema Sinha

615.343.2430

Inventors

Christopher Wright

Endothieal Nitric Oxide Synthase Null Mice (db/db background)

This research targets eNOS.


Licensing Contact

Seema Sinha

615.343.2430

Inventors

Raymond Harris
Research Tools
Animal Model
Cardiovascular

Immortalized Mouse Epididymal Epithelial Cell Lines

These cell lines are useful for studying the regulation of tissue-specific gene expression, and may also be used to identify epididymal-specific transcription factors involved in expression of specific proteins in the epididymis.


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Seema Sinha

615.343.2430
Research Tools
Cell Line

Scn1a Knockout Mouse Genetic Model of Epilepsy

This is a unique genetically modified strain ofmice that models Dravet syndrome, a severe infant-onset epileptic encephalopathy. They are maintained on apure 129S6/SvEvTac genetic background to facilitate genetic studies.


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Seema Sinha

615.343.2430
Research Tools
Animal Model

Systems-Biology Infrastructure to Identify Drug Repurposing Opportunities as Antiviral & Anticancer Therapeutics

Vanderbilt researchers have developed an in-silico screening method to reveal new indications for existing drugs with known protein targets using a novel infrastructure. The infrastructure integrates multiple factors across system-biology models to create a drug discovery pipeline.


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Clarissa Muere

615.343.2430

Purified Bovine cAMP and cGMP Dependant Protein Kinases

This research targets PKA, PKG.


Licensing Contact

Seema Sinha

615.343.2430

Inventors

Jackie Corbin
Research Tools
Protein/Peptide

3D Junction Bipolar Membranes: More Efficient and Reliable Electrodialysis

Vanderbilt researchers have developed a unique membrane material for more efficient and reliable eletrodialysis. By utilizing a 3D junction structure, the nanofiber bipolar membrane does not degrade or delaminate during high current passage unlike commercial 2D membranes that are currently available.


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Masood Machingal

615.343.3548

Intuitive, Magnetic, Robotic Platform for Minimally-Invasive Surgery

Inventors at Vanderbilt University have developed a robotic platform capable of guaranteeing a degree of agility, mechanical stability, power, reliability, comparable to a standard robotic platform for laparoscopic surgery, but characterized by a much lower invasiveness.


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Masood Machingal

615.343.3548
Gastrointestinal

'Coffee Ring' Diagnostic for Point-of-Care Biomarker Detection

Bright minds at Vanderbilt University have unveiled a breakthrough technology that could bring sophisticated biomarker diagnostics to the developing world. The point-of-care diagnostic is designed to be used in the field; no specialized equipment, expertise, or white lab coats are required. The diagnostic is based upon the ingenous observation that evaporating liquid droplets leave behind a characteristic ring pattern, which may be familiar to our readers in the form of a coffee-ring stain.


Licensing Contact

Karen Rufus

615.322.4295
Diagnostics