National BioResource Project


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Last update: March 30, 2016 

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Center for Genetic Resources Information, National Institute of Genetics
NIKI Hironori
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〒411-85401111 yata Mishima, Shizuoka Japan
(Tel) +81-55-981-6827
(Fax) +81-55-981-6826

Objectives

The National BioResource Project (NBRP) aims to enable Japan to structurally provide systematic accumulation, storage and provision of nationally recognized bioresources which are used widely in life science researches as materials.

Eshereichia coli has been studied as a versatile model organism in many fields including molecular genetics, biochemistry, and cell biology. For long time, E. coli mutants have been collected and distributed by National Institute of Genetics (NIG). When National BioResource Project started in 2002 with support from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Science, Sports and Technology, NIG had been responsible for the systematic collection, storage, and distribution of E. coli strains. Recently, post genome resources that were developed in Japan have been deposited in NBRP; E. coli. The resources including the systematic deletion and insertion mutants, and genes clones now are opened for E. coli researchers. In addition, plasmids vector collection was integrated into NBRP; E. coli. We would like to support your basic science by distribution of request materials.

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Under construction

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Collaboration

Ecoli Pec

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 Panel exhibition at the The 32nd Annual Meeting of the Molecular Biology Society of Japan.


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