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Order cDNA clones for Homo sapiens gene BAD
BAD:  BCL2-associated agonist of cell death
The following clone(s) can be purchased through any of the IMAGE distributors. Some of them have provided direct order link(s) for your convenience.

Clone Sequence: EU176363.1
Vector: pDONR221
from GeneCopoeia Inc.
Clone Sequence: DQ895784.2
Vector: pDONR221
from GeneCopoeia Inc.
Clone: MGC:111080 (IMAGE:30377088)
Clone Sequence: BC095431.1
Vector: pCMV-SPORT6.1
Corresponding RefSeq mRNA: NM_032989.2
from GeneCopoeia Inc.
from PlasmID Repository at Harvard Medical School
Clone: MGC:2100 (IMAGE:3537914)
Clone Sequence: BC001901.2
Vector: pOTB7
Corresponding RefSeq mRNA: NM_004322.3
from PlasmID Repository at Harvard Medical School
from SeekQuence Research Antibodies

I.M.A.G.E. Distributors

The I.M.A.G.E Consortium, headquartered at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, has handled clone arraying, archiving, and distribution for a number of large-scale projects, including MGC and The ORFeome Collaboration.

I.M.A.G.E Homepage

Distribution of the physical reagents, either individual clones or entire collections, is handled by the following U.S. and European suppliers:

American Type Culture Collection
Life Technologies
GE Life Sciences
SourceBioscience LifeSciences

Mammalian Gene Collection

The NIH Mammalian Gene Collection (MGC) project aims to identify at least one full-ORF cDNA clone for each human and mouse gene, produce a high-accuracy sequence, and make the physical reagents easily available to researchers. The collection is augmented by a limited number of rat cDNAs and non-mammalian clones coming from the affiliated Zebrafish (ZGC) and Xenopus (XGC) projects.

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