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Resource:Addiction Research GPCR Assay Bank

Name: Resource:Addiction Research GPCR Assay Bank
Description: This site describes data from and access to permanent cell lines containing beta-arrestin fluorescent protein biosensors. These cell lines can be used to create high content and low-to-high throughput assays to identify novel receptor ligands, or for studying the basic biology of the individual receptors. View our catalog of plasmids and cell lines, as well as information on how to request a product.


Over forty G protein coupled receptors have been associated with addictive behaviors. The GPCR Assay Bank has collected these receptors and many of them have generated permanent cell lines containing beta-arrestin fluorescent protein biosensors. These cell lines can be used to create high content and low-to-high throughput assays to identify novel receptor ligands, or for studying the basic biology of the individual receptors. Our goal is to make the plasmids, cell lines, and data generated from them readily available to the NIDA/NIH funded research community. Thus, we hope this site will provide enabling tools that facilitate the work of the research community in understanding and combating addiction.
Abbreviation: GPCR Assay Bank
Parent Organization: Duke University; North Carolina; USA
Supporting Agency: NIDA
Resource Type(s): Biomaterial supply resource, Biomaterial manufacture, Cell repository
Resource: Resource
URL: http://www.duke.edu/web/gpcr-assay/index.html
Id: nif-0000-25722
Related condition/disease: Addiction
Related to: Resource:One Mind Biospecimen Bank Listing, US Biobank
Keywords: fluorescent, addiction, assay, beta-arrstin, biology, biosensor, cell, data, g protein, g-protein coupled receptor, ligand, plasmid, protein, receptor, Catalog
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Curation status: Curated

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AbbrevGPCR Assay Bank  +
CurationStatuscurated  +
DefiningCitationhttp://www.duke.edu/web/gpcr-assay/index.html  +
DefinitionThis site describes data from and access t This site describes data from and access to permanent cell lines containing beta-arrestin fluorescent protein biosensors. These cell lines can be used to create high content and low-to-high throughput assays to identify novel receptor ligands, or for studying the basic biology of the individual receptors. View our catalog of plasmids and cell lines, as well as information on how to request a product.


Over forty G protein coupled receptors have been associated with addictive behaviors. The GPCR Assay Bank has collected these receptors and many of them have generated permanent cell lines containing beta-arrestin fluorescent protein biosensors. These cell lines can be used to create high content and low-to-high throughput assays to identify novel receptor ligands, or for studying the basic biology of the individual receptors. Our goal is to make the plasmids, cell lines, and data generated from them readily available to the NIDA/NIH funded research community. Thus, we hope this site will provide enabling tools that facilitate the work of the research community in understanding and combating addiction.
derstanding and combating addiction.
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Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Has roleBiomaterial supply resource  +, Biomaterial manufacture  +, and Cell repository  +
Idnif-0000-25722  +
Is part ofDuke University; North Carolina; USA  +
KeywordsFluorescent  +, Addiction  +, Assay  +, Beta-arrstin  +, Biology  +, Biosensor  +, Cell  +, Data  +, G protein  +, G-protein coupled receptor  +, Ligand  +, Plasmid  +, Protein  +, Receptor  +, and Catalog  +
LabelResource:Addiction Research GPCR Assay Bank  +
ModifiedDate27 July 2012  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
RelatedToResource:One Mind Biospecimen Bank Listing  +, and US Biobank  +
Related diseaseAddiction  +
SuperCategoryResource  +
Supporting AgencyNIDA  +