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 Strain information
  CARD ID
409 
Type of strain Transgenic. 
Strain name C57BL/6J-Tg(EP300)39Csk 
Internal Code p300Tg line39Csk
C57BL/6J-Tg(EP300)39Csk 
Submitter Unknown Unknown 
Submitter affiliation or code  
Stock Type  
Material Transfer Conditions It is necessary to consent to the submitter. 
 
Production method In-house breading.
 
Origin
(In-house)
Organization  
Organization code  
Developer  
Origin
(From other organizations)
Organization  
Organization code  
Developer  
Year introduced  
Introduced 
Generation
 
Remarks  
 
 Gene information
 Gene information 1
  Gene symbol
EP300 
Gene name E1A binding protein p300 (Human) 
Allele symbol  
Allele name  
MGI  
Chromosome Unknown  
Gene classification Gene to express(transgenic) 
Method MicroInjection 
OMIM OMIM ID: 602700
Human Gene Symbol: EP300

 
 Primer 1
  PCR Primer primerA  5'(TCTTA,gCAAA,CCTCA,ggCAC)3' 
primerB  5'(CCACC,ATTgg,TTAgT,CCCAA)3' 
 

 Reference information
 reference information 1
  Author
Teruhisa Kawamura, Koji Hasegawa, Tatsuya Morimoto, Eri Iwai-Kanai, Shoichi Miyamoto, Yosuke Kawase, Koh Ono, Hiromichi Wada, Masaharu Akao, and Toru Kita 
Title Expression of p300 protects cardiac myocytes from apoptosis in vivo 
Journal Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 
Volume 315 
Page 733-738 
Year 2004 
PMID 14975762  
 
 reference information 2
  Author
Tetsuhiko Yanazume, Koji Hasegawa, Tatsuya Morimoto, Teruhisa Kawamura, Hiromichi Wada, Akira Matsumori, Yosuke Kawase, Maretoshi Hirai, and Toru Kita 
Title Cardiac p300 Is Involved in Myocyte Growth with Decompensated Heart Failure 
Journal MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY 
Volume 23 
Page 3593-3606 
Year 2003 
PMID 12724418  
 
 Disease , Applicable field information
  OMIM OMIM ID: 602700
Human Gene Symbol: EP300
Allelic Variant Name :
COLORECTAL CANCER
RUBINSTEIN-TAYBI SYNDROME
RUBINSTEIN-TAYBI SYNDROME, INCOMPLETE