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What is abmXchange?
Welcome to abmXchange where our lab is yours! If you have materials in your lab that you no longer use, why not
trade it up for something new to use in your next research project?
Our program is designed to allow you to exchange your developed technology for one of abm's materials. It is a one-to-one material swapping program: a cell line for a cell line, a plasmid for a plasmid, or an adenovirus for an adenovirus.
Deposit your technology at abm for safety and allow our platform to bring forth your technology to the community for research use. In return you will receive benefits such as:
Cut down on your research costs
Get a FREE abm material with a complete one-to-one transfer. Exchange your material with us and receive an approved abm material to use (research use only).
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Deposit and get access to your technology with lifetime storage in abm's facility. Get depositor perks to access your material when you need it after enrollment into the abmXchange program.
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Let us help you make your research, lab and technology more visible to others on our platform. Your technology will be made available worldwide with our extensive network.
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Trading your existing lab materials is simple:
Pick your developed technology and begin filling out your submission. Let us know more about you and your technology!
Browse our catalog for cell lines, plasmids, or adenoviruses and select an abm material for trade.
Your submission will be reviewed for approval by the abmXchange team.
If your technology is approved for exchange, you will receive an email notification. You can then deposit your material at abm’s facility.
Sit back and relax as we take care of shipping your free abm material to your lab.
Your technology will now be made available to other scientists in our community!
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Dr. Yanquan Zhang is a postdoc in the Liu Lab at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. Their lab focuses on the regulation and function of the Polo-like kinase 1 (Plk1) enzyme in oncogenesis and chemoresistance. Their research provides invaluable insight into Plk1 as a drug target in prostate, pancreatic, melanoma and lung cancer.
(Cat. No. AX0010007)
A vector containing the human REST gene (N-term GST and FLAG tagged)
Dr. Yanquan Zhang
University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Molecular cloning is inevitable for many biomedical graduate students. It could be time-consuming or troublesome in many cases. I like the abmXchange program as it provides a time-saving and reliable way to get the plasmids you need for free with endorsement by abm’s strict quality control. Huitao Liu is a PhD student in Luo Lab located in the Center for Heart and Lung Innovation. His major work in the lab is to explore the potential of virotherapy for lung cancer treatment.
(Cat. No. AX0010008)
A vector containing the human CALCOCO2 gene
(Cat. No. AX0010009)
A vector containing the human CALCOCO2 gene without the first 417 bp (C-CALCOCO2)
(Cat. No. AX0010010)
A vector containing the human CALCOCO2 gene truncated with only the first 417 bp (N-CALCOCO2)
Dr. Huitao Liu
Center for Heart and Lung Innovation
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