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Advillin-Cre-ER(T2)

An inducible Cre transgenic mouse useful for analysing gene function in sensory neurons

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BMI-1 transduced basal epithelial cells

BMI-1 transduced basal epithelial cells from normal healthy donors. Nasal in origin.

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Emx1-iCre

This line is useful for driving Cre-mediated recombination of reporter lines, or for deleting floxed genes, in the neuroepithelium of the embryonic cerebral cortex.

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Gsh2-iCre

This line is useful for driving Cre-mediated recombination of reporter lines, or for deleting floxed genes, in the neuroepithelium of the embryonic subcortical telencephalon.

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MIO-M1 cells

Spontaneously immortalized human Müller glia cell line

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Msx3-iCre

This line is useful for driving Cre-mediated recombination of reporter lines, or for deleting floxed genes in the dorsal spinal cord neuroepithelium.

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Pdgfb-CreER

Pdgfb-CreER mice

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Pdgfra-CreER(T2)

Pdgfra-CreER(T2) transgenic mice

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Sox10-GFP/tdTom

This is a dual-reporter mouse line Sox10-lox-eGFP-STOP-lox-tdTomato (referred to as Sox10-GFP/td-Tom), designed for studies of oligodendrocyte (OL) lineage cells and generated by PAC transgenesis. Recombination under the influence of Cre leads to the expression of tdTomato instead of GFP. A majority of OL lineage cells (95%) in the corpus callosum expresses the transgene.

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Sox10-iCreER(T2)

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