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Research Resources

Research Tools are...
  • Not usually advertised or marketed, but are described in publications
  • Freely available to non-profits and universities through a Material Transfer Agreement (or other appropriate mechanism)
  • Available via licensing to companies
 
Research Tools may include:
  • Animal Models
  • Antibodies
  • Cell Lines
  • Libraries
  • Peptides/Proteins
  • Nucleic Acids/Vectors
  • Assays
  • Small Molecules
  • ... and more! 
 
The National Cancer Institute has assembled databases of resources available to outside researchers: